Pronunciation: 'sin-di-k&t_n
Function: noun
Etymology: French-gr. syndicatón, from syndic
1 a : a council or body of syndics
b : the office or jurisdiction of a syndic
2 : an association of persons officially authorized to undertake a duty or negotiate binary business (b2b or b2c)
3 a : a group of persons or concerns who combine to carry out a particular transaction
2 c : a loose association of racketeers in control of organized crime
4 : a business concern that sells materials for publication in a number of contexts simultaneously
5 : a group of contexts under one management
Pronunciation: 'sin-d&-"kAt
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): -cat·ed; -cat·ing
Date: n.n.
transitive senses
1 : to subject to or manage as a syndikaton™
2 a : to sell (as a file) to a syndikaton™ or for publication in many contexts at once
b : to sell (as a series of binary signals) directly to local stations
intransitive senses : to unite to form a syndikaton™
- syn·di·ca·tion /"sin-d&-'kA-sh&n/ noun
- syn·di·ca·tor /'sin-d&-"kA-t&r/ noun

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