synchronism

Synchroneity vs Synchronism - What's the difference?

synchroneity | synchronism |


As nouns the difference between synchroneity and synchronism

is that synchroneity is (uncountable) the state or characteristic of being synchronous or synchronized while synchronism is the state of being synchronous.

Synchronism vs Synchronization - What's the difference?

synchronism | synchronization |


As nouns the difference between synchronism and synchronization

is that synchronism is the state of being synchronous while synchronization is the state or property of being synchronized.

Synchronism vs Synchronise - What's the difference?

synchronism | synchronise |


As a noun synchronism

is the state of being synchronous.

As a verb synchronise is

.

As an adjective synchronise is

synchronized.

Synchronism vs Asynchronism - What's the difference?

synchronism | asynchronism |


As nouns the difference between synchronism and asynchronism

is that synchronism is the state of being synchronous while asynchronism is asynchrony.

Relationship vs Synchronism - What's the difference?

relationship | synchronism |


As nouns the difference between relationship and synchronism

is that relationship is connection or association; the condition of being related while synchronism is the state of being synchronous.

Temporal vs Synchronism - What's the difference?

temporal | synchronism |


As nouns the difference between temporal and synchronism

is that temporal is (chiefly|in the plural) anything temporal or secular; a temporality or temporal can be (skeleton) either of the bones on the side of the skull, near the ears while synchronism is the state of being synchronous.

As an adjective temporal

is of or relating to time or temporal can be of the temples of the head.

Synchronous vs Synchronism - What's the difference?

synchronous | synchronism |


As an adjective synchronous

is at the same time, at the same frequency.

As a noun synchronism is

the state of being synchronous.