Origin of cartel
OTHER WORDS FROM cartelcar·tel·ism, noun
Words nearby cartel
How to use cartel in a sentence
Fork over a few board seats to this union, or negotiate with that cartel of suppliers—and you’re good to go.FTC commissioner: Is antitrust the next stakeholder capitalism battleground?|jakemeth|September 26, 2020|Fortune
Nor has it diminished the power or ruthlessness of the cartels.
Drug cartels and street gangs have supplanted the government in some regions.
Within hours, she had been sent back even though she says she fears persecution from drug cartels there.ICE Deported a Woman Who Accused Guards of Sexual Assault While the Feds Were Still Investigating the Incident|by Lomi Kriel|September 15, 2020|ProPublica
The number of girls living in the building would change as the girls gave birth and were sent away, and new girls were brought in to produce more children for the cartel.
How do you feel about Archer and the gang abandoning the cartel and returning to the office?‘Archer’ Creator Adam Reed Spills Season 6 Secrets, From Surreal Plotlines to Life Post-ISIS|Marlow Stern|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Did he go to the authorities to file a report against the Guerreros Unidos drug cartel?
“The government just wanted to catch the big fish [in the Juarez cartel] and they ignored everything in between,” Lozoya said.
In the meantime, there is talk that with El Chapo in prison the Sinaloa cartel has a new leader.
The notorious Sinaloa cartel boss is trying to use Mexican law to get himself out of jail—and it just might work.
You do not pretend to have made any attempt, except by the way of the cartel, the John Adams.
Their remains were shortly afterwards removed in a cartel to the United States.How Britannia Came to Rule the Waves|W.H.G. Kingston
And early on the following morning they were put on the Alert, and that vessel was sent to St. Johns as a cartel.The Cruise of the "Lively Bee"|John De Morgan
A cartel went forward August 22, 1782, and in the list of prisoners sent south appears the name "Sarah Coal."
If no general cartel has been concluded, it can not be demanded by either of them.International Law|George Grafton Wilson and George Fox Tucker
British Dictionary definitions for cartel
Word Origin for cartel
Cultural definitions for cartel
An association in which producers of a similar or identical product try to obtain a monopoly over the sale of the product.