syndicate po angielsku
v. form a syndicate; sell photographs or other material to a number of different newspapers and magazines for simultaneous publication
A group of foreign banks has extended to Vneshtorgbank a syndicated loan of US$ 240 000 000.
Arno lived in a tower; in fact his father was a member of its owning syndicate.
Collecting material for the book, the director of the Centre for Russian and post-Soviet Studies at the University of Miami in Oxford, Ohio state, Karen Dawisha devoted years to the study of the KGB/FSB and crime syndicates in Russia.
It's over and done with now, and none of the syndicate know how hard up I was.
Maisie could only contribute half a crown to the syndicate for the purchase of a hundred cartridges.
A syndicated loan of USD 14 398 thousand was received by the Group in October 2006 from the above two Croatian banks.
'And I most of all,' said the new artist of the Central Southern Syndicate.
He represented the Central Southern Syndicate in the campaign, as he had represented it in the Egyptian war, and elsewhere.
There's no extradition treat between Hong Kong and Taiwan. However, we may be able to arrest the whole syndicate. We just got some important information.
If we stop, the ‘no’ syndicate will say that it has won and that is a risk we cannot accept.