Syndicate definitions

sĭn'dĭ-kĭt
An association of people or firms formed to promote a common interest or carry out a business enterprise.
noun
1
0
A loose affiliation of gangsters in control of organized criminal activities.
noun
1
0
An agency that sells articles, features, or photographs for publication in a number of newspapers or periodicals simultaneously.
noun
1
0
A company consisting of a number of separate newspapers; a newspaper chain.
noun
1
0
To syndicate is to publish or broadcast something across many channels simultaneously.

When you broadcast your radio show on 30 different stations throughout the U.S., this is an example of a situation where you syndicate your radio show.

verb
0
0
The definition of a syndicate is a group that was designed or established to serve a common purpose, or is an entity that supplies news information to many newspapers and other media outlets all at the same time.

An example of a syndicate is when a group of people come together to try to promote and raise money for the arts.

An example of a syndicate is a company that provides news to many different newspapers and media outlets.

noun
0
0
The office, position, or jurisdiction of a syndic or body of syndics.
noun
0
0
To sell (a comic strip or column, for example) through a syndicate for simultaneous publication in newspapers or periodicals.
verb
0
0
To sell (a television series, for example) directly to independent stations.
verb
0
0
To organize into or manage as a syndicate.
verb
0
0
To sell (a horse) to a syndicate.
verb
0
0
To create a feed for (a website), allowing users to include content from the website in other websites or to view the content.
verb
0
0
To include (the contents of a website) on another website by using a feed.
verb
0
0
To join together in a syndicate.
verb
0
0
A group or council of syndics.
noun
0
0
An organization that sells special articles or features for publication by many newspapers or periodicals.
noun
0
0
An association of individuals or corporations formed to carry out some large-scale project requiring much capital.
noun
0
0
Any group organized to further some undertaking.
noun
0
0
An informal association of criminals controlling a network of vice, gambling, etc.
noun
0
0
A group of newspapers, owned as a chain.
noun
0
0
To manage as or form into a syndicate.
verb
0
0
To sell (an article, feature, etc.) through a syndicate for publication in many newspapers or periodicals.
verb
0
0
To sell (a program, series, etc.) to a number of radio or TV stations.
verb
0
0
To form a syndicate.
verb
0
0
A group of corporations that band together for a single enterprise that each alone would be unwilling or incapable of performing. For example, it took a syndicate of motor vehicle makers and aircraft companies to produce America’s warplanes of World War II. In the negative sense it is used to denote organized crime. To organize into a syndicate or to sell shares in.
verb
0
0
A group of individuals or companies formed to transact some specific business, or to promote a common interest; a self-coordinating group.
noun
0
0
A similar group of gangsters engaged in organized crime.
noun
0
0
A chain of newspapers, or an agency that distributes features to multiple newspapers.
noun
0
0
The office or jurisdiction of a syndic; a council or body of syndics.

noun
0
0
(intransitive) To become a syndicate.
verb
0
0
To put under the control of a group acting as a unit.
verb
0
0
To release media content through a syndicate to be published or broadcast through multiple outlets.
verb
0
0

Origin of syndicate

From French syndicat (“office of syndic, board of syndics, trade union"), from French syndic (“administrator"), from Latin syndicus, from Ancient Greek σύνδικος (syndikos, “caretaker of issue").