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corporate

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈkɔːpərət/
relating to a business, especially a large business: corporate bosses Analysts are expecting share prices to fall in the first quarter of next year because of poor corporate earnings.
Corporate America/Britain/Germany, etc. used to refer to large companies that have a lot of influence in the economy of the US, Britain, Germany, etc.: Corporate America is starting to look at the millions of cars it owns for traveling salesmen as an area where it can save money.
Translations of “corporate”
in Vietnamese đoàn thể…
in Spanish conjunto…
in Thai ที่ร่วมกัน…
in Malaysian korporat…
in French unifié…
in German vereinigt…
in Chinese (Traditional) (大)公司的, 團體的, 全體的,集體的…
in Indonesian bersatu…
in Russian корпоративный…
in Turkish büyük şirket veya gruba ilişkin…
in Chinese (Simplified) (大)公司的, 团体的, 全体的,集体的…
in Polish przedsiębiorstw/a…
(Definition of corporate adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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