affiliated

adjective
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 But other companies that Mr. Rothner owns charged the home $1.4 million in rent as well as $138,000 in professional fees and $335,000 in fees to an affiliated pharmaceutical supply company, among other charges, according to those filings. Matthew Goldstein, New York Times, "Push for Profits Left Nursing Homes Struggling to Provide Care," 7 May 2020 None of those affiliated companies had announced similar moves by 8 a.m. Alaska time Monday. James Brooks, Anchorage Daily News, "Carnival Cruise Line cancels its final Alaska sailings for 2020," 4 May 2020 The three main minor leagues (ranked, from lowest to highest, class A, AA, and AAA) had long become affiliated with Major League Baseball and its individual teams; raw recruits started at Single-A, and the next step up from Triple-A is the majors. Richard Brody, The New Yorker, "“The Battered Bastards of Baseball,” a Lively and Cautionary Documentary About Sports and Movies," 14 Apr. 2020 Our ruling: False There is no evidence that PBS or the affiliated CPB have donated to the Democratic Party or any other political organization. Matthew Brown, USA TODAY, "Fact check: Did PBS donate coronavirus stimulus money to the Democratic Party?," 24 Apr. 2020 The HERO Foundation is a non-profit formed in 1998 by HMC employees and its affiliated companies to provide assistance to individuals and families in crisis from natural disaster, medical condition or temporary financial hardship. William Thornton | Wthornton@al.com, al, "Harbert Management Corp. offering $1 million in small business relief," 23 Apr. 2020 The full three-round draft will be televised on ESPN, instead of ESPN2 or another affiliated network, for the first time. Jeff Metcalfe, azcentral, "WNBA takes sports center stage Friday with draft featuring Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu," 16 Apr. 2020 At the general election in December, one of Labour’s oldest affiliated societies, the Jewish Labour Movement, refused to campaign for the party. Helen Lewis, The Atlantic, "Healing the Rift With Britain’s Jews," 9 Apr. 2020 Up, upwards of 70% of CrossFit affiliated gyms across the globe have already closed their doors, with the number expected to rise. Will Edmonds, CNN, "Professional CrossFit unites in common cause during the coronavirus pandemic," 2 Apr. 2020

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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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30 May 2020

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“Affiliated.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/affiliated. Accessed 4 Jun. 2020.

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