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Date: 1600-1700
Language: French
Origin: syndicat, from syndic 'someone who does business for another', from Late Latin syndicus, from Greek, from syn- ( SYN-) + dike 'judgment, law case'

syndicate

1 noun
     
Related topics: Business Basics
syn‧di‧cate1 [countable]
BB a group of people or companies who join together in order to achieve a particular aim
syndicate of
a syndicate of banks

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