[sin-di-kuh l]


of or relating to a union of persons engaged in a particular trade.
of or relating to syndicalism.

Origin of syndical

From French, dating back to 1860–65; see origin at syndic, -al1 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for syndical

Historical Examples of syndical

  • The declaration of toleration gave free scope to the workingmen to form their syndical chambers.

  • The main function of the syndical chamber was to promote the organization of co-operative societies.

  • First the members of one and the same trade were to form a syndical chamber of their trade.

  • The Bourses du Travail met an important want in the syndical life of France.

  • The more important factors, however, were the conditions of the French syndical movement itself.