French translation of 'syndicate'
Example Sentences Including 'syndicate'
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He was representing a syndicate that was buying up a lot of real estate all over the country.SORT OF RICH (1990)
Melbray was a large manor house just outside town, now owned by a syndicate.DEATH SPEAKS SOFTLY (1990)
Seven or eight people, Mrs Dennison among them, Paul Renaud, two underwriter syndicate chairmen, others.DOUBTFUL MOTIVES (1990)
`Leo seems to have something to do with hotels in Las Vegas, some syndicate or other.A WORM OF DOUBT (1990)
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Used Occasionally. syndicate is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'syndicate' in Other Languages
British English: syndicate NOUN
A syndicate is an association of people or organizations that is formed for business purposes or in order to carry out a project.
They formed a syndicate to buy the car in which they competed in the race.
British English: syndicate VERB
When newspaper articles or television programmes are syndicated, they are sold to several different newspapers or television stations, who then publish the articles or broadcast the programmes.
Today his programme is syndicated to 500 stations.
- American English: syndicate
- Brazilian Portuguese: distribuir
- Chinese: 同时发表
- European Spanish: distribuir
- French: distribuer sous licence
- German: an mehrere Interessenten verkaufen
- Italian: vendere a vari giornali o emittenti televisive
- Japanese: いろいろな媒体に流す
- Korean: 텔레비젼 프로그램 등을 다른 방송사나 신문사에 팔다
- European Portuguese: distribuir
- Spanish: distribuir
Translation of syndicate from the Collins English to French Dictionary