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The state or process of affiliating or being affiliated.‘the group has no affiliation to any preservation society’count noun ‘his political affiliations’
annexing, attaching, connecting, joining, bonding, uniting, combining, associating, aligning, allying, amalgamation, amalgamating, merging, incorporation, incorporating, integration, integrating, federating, federation, confederating, confederation, coupling, fusionView synonyms
- ‘This type of piercing was meant to mark life stage changes in group affiliation.’
- ‘He is man whose voting record in the Senate is consistent with his party affiliation.’
- ‘I do not know the political affiliation of most of my colleagues.’
- ‘The only affiliation I have with the company is that I'm a customer.’
- ‘I pledge myself to working hard for all my constituents, regardless of political affiliation.’
- ‘Women of all income groups, regardless of religious affiliation, have been targeted.’
- ‘They should have the right to know the political affiliation of the candidates who are standing.’
- ‘Many people without trade union affiliation were also on strike and on the streets.’
- ‘All I would say to that is that I have no political affiliation whatsoever.’
- ‘I am writing this letter on a personal level, with no affiliation, or in support of any candidates.’
- ‘No trade unionism based on political affiliation or on communal lines should be allowed in the police force.’
- ‘One of the fastest growing groups in the nation is people reporting no religious affiliation.’
- ‘His death was never avenged, even though the guilty party is known by name and affiliation.’
- ‘We, of course, accept that individual members of the taskforce are free from political affiliation.’
- ‘I can only presume documents have been lost, possibly during one of the changes of affiliation to various regiments.’
- ‘However, the demand for particular stamps also depends on regional affiliation.’
- ‘Political affiliations and economic disparity do not create barriers.’
- ‘The first is a firm having international affiliation and generally working at executive search.’
- ‘The invitation is open to all, irrespective of party affiliation.’
- ‘With this membership, you have full affiliation to Tennis, Squash and Badminton clubs.’
Late 18th century: from French, from medieval Latin affiliatio(n-), from the verb affiliare (see affiliate).
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