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a lack of or coincidence in time.
Historical Examples

asynchronism, a-sin′kro-nizm, n. want of synchronism or correspondence in time.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various

a lack of synchronism; occurrence at different times


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    a lack of or coincidence in time. noun a lack of synchronism; occurrence at different times

  • Asynchronous logic

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  • Asynchronous transmission

    electronic communication between digital devices, as two separate computers that run at different speeds, that requires start and stop bits for each character transmitted.

  • Asynchronous

    not occurring at the same time. (of a computer or other electrical machine) having each operation started only after the preceding operation is completed. Computers, Telecommunications. of or relating to operation without the use of fixed time intervals (opposed to ). adj. 1748, from a-, privative prefix, + synchronous. architecture Not synchronised by a shared […]

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