Definición de syndicate en inglés:

syndicate

Saltos de línea: syn¦di|cate

sustantivo

Pronunciación: /ˈsɪndɪkət
 
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1A group of individuals or organizations combined to promote a common interest: large-scale buyouts involving a syndicate of financial institutions a crime syndicate
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  • In larger transactions, a syndicate of venture capital houses or private equity firms might combine to provide the equity finance.
  • The new venture will deliver commercial property investment opportunities in Ireland and abroad to Irish individual, syndicates, intermediaries and advisers.
  • Bonds can be issued through individuals or syndicates.
1.1An association or agency supplying material simultaneously to a number of newspapers or periodicals.
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  • In the world of newspapers, a syndicate distributes information to subscribers, allowing each publication to tailor the content of information it receives.
  • At any rate, its campaign against me included flash-floods of e-mail intended to shut down servers at my newspaper and my syndicate, as well as viruses aimed at my home computer.
  • At any rate, I was a bit worried all day that I was going to lose my hall pass, and kept asking my friends who have real jobs with newspapers and syndicates and such if they had an extra holder, to no avail.

verbo

Pronunciación: /ˈsɪndɪkeɪt
 
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[with object] Volver al principio  
1Control or manage by a syndicate.
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  • We syndicate stores for retailers, which have fixed-price as their model.
  • He signed an agreement to borrow a 75 million euro two-year loan syndicated by 18 banks, an unprecedented number of creditors for Bulgaria.
  • It is relatively recently, only, that solicitors could syndicate loans, I think.
1.1Publish or broadcast (material) simultaneously in a number of newspapers, television stations, etc. her cartoon strip is syndicated in 1,400 newspapers worldwide
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  • One of his points: a lot of newspapers and broadcasters will open their archives and many will syndicate their material.
  • There were no tournament games on network television, just syndicated broadcasts of an occasional game.
  • His weekly newspaper column is syndicated through King features Syndicate.
1.2Sell (a horse) to a syndicate: the stallion was syndicated for a record $5.4 million
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  • After a successful racing career, Polish Numbers entered stud in 1992 as the first horse syndicated by Northview Stallion Station to stand at the former Windfield Farms.
  • The decision is met with widespread criticism in the States, with the detractors pointing to the relatively unserious nature of the injury and the recent deal the owners had made to syndicate the horse for breeding.
  • Despite Say Florida Sandy's age, Downey has hopes he can syndicate the hard-knocking horse.

Origen

early 17th century (denoting a committee of syndics): from French syndicat, from medieval Latin syndicatus, from late Latin syndicus 'delegate of a corporation' (see syndic). Current verb senses date from the late 19th century.

Derivativos

syndication

Pronunciación: /-ˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He's the host of a majorly successful weekday series in syndication.
  • Not only that, but if other people ran with the concept, the potential for syndication and search applications would be an exciting proposition.
  • The extent of syndication has made reading any Australian newspaper an increasingly cosmopolitan experience.

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