Definition of corporate
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Definitions include: pejorative alteration of "venture capitalist".
Definitions include: fully equipped and ready to go.
Definitions include: to hit.
Definitions include: a pejorative term for both the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) and RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America), likening them to the mafia.
Definitions include: pejorative term used for management / consulting / executive types, who are more likely to wear business suits than the average worker.
Definitions include: to take something vertical, i.e. to upper management.
Definitions include: in marketing, a satisfied customer who tells others about his positive experience with products of a particular brand name.
Definitions include: to start one's work shift.
Definitions include: a female.
Definitions include: acronym for "patient fell over", a notation used by doctors in the UK on medical charts.
Definitions include: the contract involved in an agreement.
Definitions include: acronym for "end of business", i.e. the end of the business day.
Definitions include: clothing
Definitions include: to offer a promotion in a job or position in life.
Definitions include: "I see".
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Definitions include: speech commonly found in corporations, often filled with buzzwords, jargon, and " verbed" nouns. Definitions include: One who has sold more than their labor to a corporation or corporations, who has forsaken personal values and done something for corporate money that is unethical, illegal, or immoral.
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