To combine or form into, or manage as, a syndicate.
To acquire or control for or by, or to subject to the management of, a syndicate; as, syndicated newspapers.
To unite to form a syndicate.
The office or jurisdiction of a syndic; a council, or body of syndics.
An association of persons officially authorized to undertake some duty or to negotiate some business; also, an association of persons who combine to carry out, on their own account, a financial or industrial project; as, a syndicate of bankers formed to take up and dispose of an entire issue of government bonds.
I used to write a monthly column for the 'New York Times' syndicate. But I stopped because I found it really hard to have one extreme opinion a month. I don't know how these columnists have two or three ideas a week; I was having difficulty having 12 things to say a year. Salman Rushdie
The first syndicating I tried was when two partners and I created a production company in 1952. We wanted to syndicate famous Bible stories and sell them for $25 a show. Casey Kasem
At one time Tribune Syndicate emptied out their storeroom. They put tables full of original cartoons down in the lobby and said take one if you want one. The comics were simply a burden to them. Mort Walker
The American people might have a criminal syndicate running their government. Cynthia McKinney
I actually used to be a front for the largest national sports-betting syndicate in America. Ashton Kutcher
syndicate in Danish is fagforening
syndicate in Dutch is syndicaat, vakvereniging, vakbond
syndicate in French is syndicat
syndicate in German is Syndikat
syndicate in Spanish is sindicato
syndicate in Swedish is syndikat