- n. 辛迪加；企业联合；财团
- vi. 联合成辛迪加；组成企业联合组织
- vt. 把…联合成辛迪加；在多家报刊上同时发表
- syndicate:  A syndicate was originally a ‘body of syndics’ or delegates. Syndic  came via Old French syndic ‘delegate’ and late Latin syndicus ‘delegate’ from Greek súndikos ‘assistant in a court of law, public advocate’. This was a compound noun formed from the prefix sun- ‘with’ and díkē ‘judgment’.
- syndicate (n.)
- 1620s, "council or body of representatives," from French syndicat (15c.), from syndic "representative of a corporation" (see syndic) + -at (see -ate (1)). Meaning "combination of capitalists or companies to carry out some commercial undertaking" first occurs 1865. Publishing sense of "association of publishers for purchasing articles, etc., for simultaneous publication in a number of newspapers" is from 1889. As a synonym for "organized crime, the Mob" it is recorded from 1929.
- syndicate (v.)
- 1889, "form into a syndicate," from syndicate (n.). Meaning "sell for simultaneous publication" is from 1889. Earlier it meant "to judge, censure" (1610s), from Medieval Latin syndicatus, past participle of syndicare. Related: Syndicated; syndicating.
- 1. They formed a syndicate to buy the car in which they competed in the race.
- 2. The One Australia syndicate is to become the sixth challenger for the 1995 Americas Cup.
- 3. A syndicate of local businessmen is bidding for the contract.
- 4. The crime syndicate has the goods on the governor and is blackmailing him.
- 5. A first - class team of syndicate chairmen was provided by the banks.
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