when in television, a show is sold to independant television stations, varying from city to city. Either that, or when a show can be seen on one network in one city, but another network in another city.
Family Feud used to be on WCAU-TV (CBS10, before 1995, when CBS and NBC switched from WCAU now nbc10 and KYW now cbs3), then when it went syndicated in 1999, it was on then-independant WGTW-TV (Channel 48), and now it is on WFMZ-TV (Channel 69).

Millioniare (Philbin) used to be on WPVI-TV (ABC6); now, Millionaire (Viera) used to be on KYW-TV (CBS3), now it's back on WPVI-TV. However, in Chicago, it's probably on their NBC station or something.
by italiandom72291 July 5, 2007
To combine or form into, join together
We need to syndicate in order to get through this.
by Megs December 17, 2003
The act of indicating a synergistic downsize of a corporation. Often happens in the event of a major fiscal catastrophe or significant re-organization of a corporate structure.
Did you hear PepsiCo's about syndicize their international bottling distributor?
by Poisoned77 November 11, 2010
A mid-90ies action-strategy game (PC/Amiga) taking place in a dystopia and still kicking some major ass.

From the Home of the Underdogs : "Syndicate is an outstanding, incredibly atmospheric action-strategy game by Bullfrog, one of the best of its kind. The game is set in a bleak future where "Syndicates" control the world. You're a young executive in a small European based syndicate, you must perform a series of tasks to subdue the major population centres one by one until you have driven the forces of the rival corporations out of their final strongholds."
Man that last level of Syndicate is really hard to get through
by boolfrug August 9, 2004
A group or crew of friends doing what they like the best.
The Syndicate Crew (Skateboard team in Timmins, Ontario)
by PrombaX May 29, 2004
A feeling of being addicted to Tech Syndicate
Some syndication has occured.
by SyndicateGuy November 6, 2022