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Definition of corporate

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.

    Last edited on Aug 11 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Aug 11 2011.

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Definitions include: to offer a promotion in a job or position in life.
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Definitions include: of a product, as-is rather than custom-built.
Definitions include: without any clothing covering the torso.
Definitions include: busy.
Definitions include: acronym for "another bloody cathedral" or "another bloody church".
Definitions include: pejorative term for a person involved in marketing.
Definitions include: of an entire task, the easy portions.
Definitions include: fully equipped and ready to go.
Definitions include: to go free from a criminal charge.
Definitions include: a bathroom break.
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: general malaise felt on the first day back to work after the weekend.
Definitions include: a person who provides illegal drugs.

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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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