Definition of corporate
noun - uncountable
- the corporate headquarters of a business, or a person or group representing the corporate headquarters. Used only by branch offices of the business.
Let's get everybody together to discuss the new memo from corporate.
- See more words with the same meaning: business (related to).
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Other terms relating to 'business (related to)':
|Definitions include: "business".|
|Definitions include: pejorative term for a person involved in marketing.|
|Definitions include: To copy or plagiarize, commonly used by emcees to indicate a plagiarist.|
|Definitions include: a "professional wrestler" who loses matches so as to build up a featured wrestler's win/loss record and crowd appeal.|
|Definitions include: without any clothing covering the torso.|
|Definitions include: to upper management.|
|Definitions include: a break in the workday when employees gather to ingest drugs.|
|Definitions include: to take something vertical, i.e. to upper management.|
|Definitions include: of an entire task, the easy portions.|
|Definitions include: the busy, hectic modern urban lifestyle.|
|Definitions include: The Salvation Army.|
|Definitions include: a person who provides illegal drugs.|
|Definitions include: a sales pitch.|
|Definitions include: the pursuit of money.|
|Definitions include: a person's primary skill.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'corporate':
|Definitions include: speech commonly found in corporations, often filled with buzzwords, jargon, and "verbed" nouns.|
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