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syn·ton·ic

 (sĭn-tŏn′ĭk)
adj.
1. Psychology Characterized by a high degree of emotional responsiveness to the environment.
2. Electricity Of or relating to two oscillating circuits having the same resonant frequency.

[From Greek suntonos, high-strung, intense, attuned, from sunteinein, to draw tight : sun-, syn- + teinein, to stretch; see ten- in Indo-European roots.]

syntonic

(sɪnˈtɒnɪk)
adj
(Psychology) psychol emotionally in harmony with one's environment
[C20: from Greek suntonos in harmony with; see syn-, tone]
synˈtonically adv
Translations
syntone
sintonico

syn·ton·ic

a. sintónico-a, rel. a un tipo de personalidad estable que se adapta normalmente al ambiente.
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