synchronic

[adj] - (of taxa) occurring in the same period of geological time 2. [adj] - concerned with phenomena (especially language) at a particular period without considering historical antecedents
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synchronic

From the Greek syn-, together + chronos, time = together in time. A synchronic study is a study done all together at one point in time rather than longitudinally over the course of time. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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synchronic

adjective concerned with phenomena (especially language) at a particular period without considering historical antecedents; `synchronic linguistics`; `descriptive linguistics`
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synchronic

synchronic 1. Happening at the same time. 2. In medicine, referring to the study of the natural history of a disease by its state and distribution in a population at one time. The inferences about longitudinal course from such a study are warranted only under special conditions, notably that the longitudinal course of the disease is itself unchang...
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synchronic

Type: Term Pronunciation: sin′krōn-ik Definitions: 1. Referring to the study of the natural history of a disease by its state and distribution in a population at one time. The inferences about longitudinal course from such a study are warranted only under special conditions, notably that the longitudinal course of the disease is itself u...
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Synchronic

A synchronic study is one that provides an overview of a subject at a particular moment in time, as
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Synchronic

The examination of a subject such as literature, linguistics, or history when focusing on a single p
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synchronic

A reference to one point of time in a language. This may be the present but need not be. Forms a dichotomy with diachronic. Structural studies of language are usually synchronic and the Indo-Europeanists of the 19th century were diachronic in their approach.
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