Origin of affiliated
verb (used with object), af·fil·i·at·ed, af·fil·i·at·ing.
verb (used without object), af·fil·i·at·ed, af·fil·i·at·ing.
- a business concern owned or controlled in whole or in part by another concern.
- a subsidiary.
Origin of affiliate
Examples from the Web for affiliated
Contemporary Examples of affiliated
Tuchman, of course, never earned a Ph.D.; nor was she ever affiliated with a university history department.Barbara Tuchman’s ‘The Guns of August’ Is Still WWI’s Peerless Chronicle
James A. Warren
September 29, 2014
It no longer looks at whether a detainee is affiliated with al Qaeda.A Navy Lawyer Cries Foul on Gitmo’s Kafkaesque Legal System
September 26, 2014
His fixer, who Barfi said was affiliated with the Islamist Tawhid brigade, was set free 15 days later.Obama Administration and Sotloff Family Battle Over Blame for Journalist’s Kidnapping
September 22, 2014
Donnison tweeted that Rosenfeld told him that while the cell on the West Bank was operating alone, it was affiliated with Hamas.Israel Still Swears Hamas Kidnapped Those Teens
July 27, 2014
Haskins is affiliated with the liberal Brookings Institution, but he worked on poverty issues in the Bush White House.Paul Ryan’s Plan: Rebooting Compassionate Conservatism
July 24, 2014
Historical Examples of affiliated
"The same, in fact, I am affiliated to," remarked the student.
"He may be affiliated to the police," was the thought that passed through his mind.
Late in 1585 the Theatre was affiliated with the adjacent Curtain.Shakespearean Playhouses
Joseph Quincy Adams
He's affiliated with crooks who operate all over the country.The Mask
In blood, the Mongasques are affiliated to their Provenal and Italian neighbors.Riviera Towns
Herbert Adams Gibbons
noun (əˈfɪlɪɪt, -ˌeɪt)
- a person or organization that is affiliated with another
- (as modifier)an affiliate member
Word Origin for affiliate
1761, from Latin affiliatus, past participle of affiliare "to adopt" (see affiliation). Outside legal use, always figurative. Related: Affiliated; affiliating.
1858, from affiliate (v.).
1846, from affiliate (v.).