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plcnoun [C]

(also PLC) uk   us   /ˌpiː.elˈsiː/
abbreviation forpubliclimitedcompany: a British ​company whose shares can be ​bought and ​sold by the ​public and whose ​debts are ​limited if it ​failsfinancially: J Sainsbury plc
(Definition of plc from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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plcnoun

(also PLC) uk   us   /ˌpiːelˈsiː/
abbreviation for publiclimitedcompany: a ​form of ​company in the UK whose ​shares can be ​bought and ​sold by the ​public and whose ​debts are ​limited if it goes ​bankrupt: J Sainsbury plc
abbreviation for product life cycle
(Definition of plc from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “plc”
in Spanish Sociedad Anónima…
in Vietnamese công ty đại chúng…
in Malaysian syarikat berhad awam…
in Thai บริษัทจำกัด…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公开股份有限公司…
in Indonesian PT…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公開股份有限公司…
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