Definition of suit
- pejorative term used for management / consulting / executive types, who are more likely to wear business suits than the average worker.
I better talk to a suit.
Citation from "Search Committee 1", The Office (US TV), Season 7 Episode 25 (2011) blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: business (related to).
- A person that has sold out, and now is a shill for a corporation, where he/she is required to wear a suit. Similar in meaning to yuppie.
I don't want to be a suit.
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Other terms relating to 'business (related to)':
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|Definitions include: to do nothing of value.|
|Definitions include: the contract involved in an agreement.|
|Definitions include: pejorative alteration of "venture capitalist".|
|Definitions include: a sales pitch.|
|Definitions include: easy or unchallenging.|
|Definitions include: "I see".|
|Definitions include: a meeting.|
|Definitions include: a request.|
|Definitions include: to take something vertical, i.e. to upper management.|
|Definitions include: a bathroom break.|
|Definitions include: "business".|
|Definitions include: to upper management.|
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Other terms relating to 'suit':
|Definitions include: nudity.|
|Definitions include: a business suit.|
|Definitions include: a tuxedo.|
|Definitions include: the upper management of any business|
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