Meaning: "Chron" means "time".
Pronunciation: > The "o" usually is pronounced like the "a" in "father".
Example 1: A "chronicle" is a description of someone or something over a period
of time, often with new information given each day. "He wrote a very interesting chronicle of his
trip through Asia".
Example 2: The adjective "chronic", or adverb "chronically", describes a bad
situation that continues and won't stop. "He had chronic pain in his right shoulder after playing
tennis every day for three years".
Example 3: When two or more things are "synchronized", they are doing something
at the same time. "The synchronized swimmers were very beautiful as they moved effortlessly in
Other useful words:
chronological - describes things that happen in order, first one thing, then another second and
another third, etc.
chronometer - a very, very precise watch
anachronism - a mistake in a book or movie concerning time
diachronic - something that happens across time or that changes over time