Definition of corporate speak
noun - uncountable
- speech commonly found in corporations, often filled with buzzwords, jargon, and "verbed" nouns.
I can't stand all the corporate speak used in press releases.
- See more words with the same meaning: business (related to).
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'business (related to)':
|Definitions include: as a greeting, a rhetorical question asking about what's happening.|
|Definitions include: The Salvation Army.|
|Definitions include: of a product, as-is rather than custom-built.|
|Definitions include: to take something vertical, i.e. to upper management.|
|Definitions include: to upper management.|
|Definitions include: a person attaches themselves to high profile task or project in order to enhance their own career.|
|Definitions include: a break in the workday when employees gather to ingest drugs.|
|Definitions include: a lucrative endeavor that requires little work.|
|Definitions include: to hire a new employee or bring someone onto a team.|
|Definitions include: money used to start a business.|
|Definitions include: a residence or work place.|
|Definitions include: easy or unchallenging.|
|Definitions include: an unenthusiastic worker, especially in an office setting.|
|Definitions include: to invent ideas and solutions, usually by coming up with as many as possible while not rejecting any out of hand.|
|Definitions include: work (in a professional or educational setting) that is designed to keep a person busy, but to not permit that person to accomplish anything of note.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'corporate':
|Definitions include: the corporate headquarters of a business, or a person or group representing the corporate headquarters.|
Other terms relating to 'speak':
|Definitions include: technical language.|
|Definitions include: a form of chat writing in which letters are replaced with similar-looking numbers and punctuation.|
|Definitions include: a variant of written language that replaces letters with similar looking numbers or symbols, or similar sounding letter combinations.|
|Definitions include: to vomit.|
|Definitions include: said when a person who was recently being discussed appears.|
|Definitions include: to be able to use the terminology used in a particular line of work, field of business, field of study, etc.|
|Definitions include: to have the same beliefs.|
|Definitions include: the words and phrases that are (mostly) unique to communication on the world wide web.|
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