federateverb [ I or T ]uk /ˈfed.ər.eɪt/ us /ˈfed.ə.reɪt/
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- Either smaller groups with related aims may federate for the larger purpose, or the larger may itself be the primary group, and may subdivide into sections each with its specified object.
- Either the two States federate and form a united State, or one of them conquers and annexes the other.
- In all the leading industries of the country labor was organized into trade unions and federated in a national organization.
- We told you some time ago about England's idea of federating her colonies.