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syndicate

[ noun sin-di-kit; verb sin-di-keyt ]
/ noun ˈsɪn dɪ kɪt; verb ˈsɪn dɪˌkeɪt /
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noun
verb (used with object), syn·di·cat·ed, syn·di·cat·ing.
verb (used without object), syn·di·cat·ed, syn·di·cat·ing.
to combine to form a syndicate.
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Origin of syndicate

First recorded in 1600–10; from Middle French syndicat “office of syndic, board of syndics,” from Medieval Latin syndicātus; see syndic, -ate3

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British Dictionary definitions for syndicate

syndicate

noun (ˈsɪndɪkɪt)
verb (ˈsɪndɪˌkeɪt)

Derived forms of syndicate

syndication, noun

Word Origin for syndicate

C17: from Old French syndicat office of a syndic
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