סונכרן

HebrewEdit

EtymologyEdit

Root
ס־נ־כ־ר־ן

From the root ס־נ־כ־ר־ן(s-n-k-r-n), via various European languages ultimately from Ancient Greek συγχρονίζω (sunkhronízō), from σύνχρονος (súnkhronos), a compound of συν- (sun-, plus) +‎ χρόνος (khrónos, time; delay).

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

סונכרן \ סֻנְכְרַן (sunkhrán) (pu'al construction, active counterpart סינכרן \ סִנְכְרֵן‎)

  1. to be synchronized

ConjugationEdit