Noun(1) a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities(2) an association of companies for some definite purpose(3) a news agency that sells features or articles or photographs etc. to newspapers for simultaneous publication
Verb(1) join together into a syndicate(2) organize into or form a syndicate(3) sell articles, television programs, or photos to several publications or independent broadcasting stations
(1) The 7,430 square metre building is being bought for ├ö├®┬╝14.1 million by Harvest Financial Services, which will syndicate the investment.(2) A written business plan may also help you obtain bank financing, expansion, bring in partners or syndicate a horse.(3) Tell me how can an illegal gambling syndicate operate and flourish with police as patrons?(4) But there are cheaper ways of ownership, such as joining a syndicate .(5) The National Stud plans to syndicate both Pastoral Pursuits and Bahamian Bounty.(6) It is a lucrative business for the syndicate involved.(7) Always the editor is responsible for touching the ethical line with the writer, members say, whether that is an editor of a single newspaper's editorial page or of a syndicate .(8) a crime syndicate(9) It is relatively recently, only, that solicitors could syndicate loans, I think.(10) The Bank of England governor attempted to syndicate a rescue throughout the weekend.(11) In addition, lenders are now able to issue more debt without needing to syndicate to other banks.(12) Often a commercial bank will syndicate a large loan by forming a credit group made up of a number of other banks, with each bank providing a certain percentage of the total loan.(13) They've already turned down millions to sell or syndicate Alex and kept him running.(14) So far as the individual syndicate was concerned, the effect of the spiral was to magnify many times the impact of a particular loss.(15) Industry sources said the real damage would be done to smaller players in the breeding industry who syndicate stallions in order to reduce the risk.(16) His syndicate declined to publish the second of the two columns.
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Different Formssyndicate, syndicated, syndicates, syndicating
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