Affiliation (noun)

  1. The act of being connected with or associated with a particular group, organization, or society.
  2. A close relationship or association between two organizations, companies, or individuals.
  3. The state of being affiliated or connected with a particular group, organization, or society.

Origin:

The word 'affiliation' originated from the latin word 'affiliare' which means 'to associate with or adopt as a son.'.

Examples:

  1. The company's affiliation with the industry association helped them to stay updated with the latest developments.
  2. She was proud of her affiliation with the organization and its mission.
  3. The affiliation between the two companies allowed for greater collaboration and sharing of resources.
  4. The university's affiliation with the research institute provided opportunities for students to gain practical experience.
  5. The political affiliation of the candidates was a major issue in the election.
Some random words: aeronautical, refinance, glimpse