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subsidiarynoun [C]

 us   /səbˈsɪd·iˌer·i/
a company that is owned by a larger company
subsidiary
adjective  us   /səbˈsɪd·iˌer·i/
All the major record companies had subsidiary labels under their control.
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subsidiarynoun [C]

uk   /səbˈsɪdiəri/  us   /səbˈsɪdieri/ (plural subsidiaries) (also subsidiary company) FINANCE
a company that is controlled by another: a banking/foreign subsidiary a majority-owned/wholly owned subsidiarysubsidiary of sth California First Bank is a 77%-owned subsidiary of Bank of Tokyo.

subsidiaryadjective

uk   /səbˈsɪdiəri/  us   /səbˈsɪdieri/
FINANCE owned or controlled by another company: a subsidiary bank/business/outlet The company yesterday said its strategy is to grow subsidiary businesses for future sale.
used to describe something less important than something else, with which it is connected: Psychometric tests used at interview are not always accurate and only provide subsidiary information.subsidiary to sth The group wants the protocol to be subsidiary to the WTO.
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