af·​fil·​i·​at·​ed | \ ə-ˈfi-lē-ˌā-təd How to pronounce affiliated (audio) \

Definition of affiliated

: closely associated with another typically in a dependent or subordinate position the university and its affiliated medical school

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Examples of affiliated in a Sentence

costuming and set design are affiliated arts, both requiring research into the period of the play or film
Recent Examples on the Web Yet given Adidas’ free-spending pursuit of U.S. market share, its strategic emphasis on young basketball talent and its ambivalence about auditing expenses, the corporate coffers had become an invaluable recruiting resource for affiliated schools. Tim Sullivan, The Courier-Journal, "Something stinks about Brian Bowen's deposition, and U of L's NCAA case just got smellier," 5 May 2021 Of course, much has changed since the last affiliated games were played in 2019. Jake Seiner,, "Minor-league baseball returns for the 1st time since 2019. Here’s what’s new — including 40 fewer affiliates.," 3 May 2021 Scientists at Hopkins had been researching coronavirus mutations for months before they were asked to test samples from infected patients at affiliated hospitals for the massive genetic sequencing effort. Meredith Cohn,, "Anxious Maryland scientists on the hunt for next coronavirus variant," 26 Apr. 2021 Sublette County’s service was recently saved after voters approved a small tax increase, which will fund a new hospital and the affiliated ambulance. New York Times, "Rural Ambulance Crews Have Run Out of Money and Volunteers," 25 Apr. 2021 Smith agreed to fork over $139 million in taxes and penalties, and to cooperate against affiliated scofflaws like Brockman, and Kepke. Christopher Helman, Forbes, "Tax Attorney Faces 14 Years In Prison For Allegedly Helping Billionaires Robert Smith And Bob Brockman Dodge The IRS," 16 Apr. 2021 Chen is an affiliated faculty member of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. Lanhee J. Chen, CNN, "The choice no president ever wants to make," 15 Apr. 2021 The change will occur in the second half of the Atlantic League season as MLB once again will use the affiliated but independent minor league to workshop potentially massive changes to the game at the big league level. Gabe Lacques, USA TODAY, "MLB announces ambitious rules experiment for minor-league laboratory: Moving back the mound," 14 Apr. 2021 Most major real estate brokerages offer a range of affiliated services, from mortgage companies to insurance services, to help generate additional revenue. Jim Buchta, Star Tribune, "Twin Cities agents offer remodeling services amid scramble for homes to sell," 30 Mar. 2021

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First Known Use of affiliated

1767, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for affiliated

from past participle of affiliate entry 1

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The first known use of affiliated was in 1767

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9 May 2021

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“Affiliated.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 10 May. 2021.

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