Definitions for corporate
ˈkɔr pər ɪt, -prɪtcor·po·rate
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word corporate.
of or belonging to a corporation
"corporate rates"; "corporate structure"
bodied, corporal, corporate, embodied, incarnateadjective
possessing or existing in bodily form
"what seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind"- Shakespeare; "an incarnate spirit"; "`corporate' is an archaic term"
done by or characteristic of individuals acting together
"a joint identity"; "the collective mind"; "the corporate good"
organized and maintained as a legal corporation
"a special agency set up in corporate form"; "an incorporated town"
A bond issued by a corporation
of, or relating to a corporation
formed into a corporation; incorporated
unified into one body; collective
Etymology: From corporatus, past participle of corporare, which in turn was formed from corpus. See also corpse.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
United in a body or community; enabled to act in legal processes as an individual.
Etymology: from corpus, Latin.
Breaking forth like a sudden tempest, he over-run all Munster and Connaught, defacing and utterly subverting all corporate towns that were not strongly walled. Edmund Spenser, on Ireland.
They answer in a joint and corporate voice,
That now they are at fall. William Shakespeare, Timon.
The nobles of Athens being not at this time a corporate assembly, therefore the resentment of the commons was usually turned against particular persons. Jonathan Swift.
Corporate refers to characteristics, activities, or attributes relating to a corporation. A corporation is a large company or group of companies authorized by law to act as a single entity and recognized as such in law, with its own powers, liabilities, and legal rights distinct from its owners. "Corporate" can also relate to matters such as structure, management, or affairs related to a corporation or the corporate world.
formed into a body by legal enactment; united in an association, and endowed by law with the rights and liabilities of an individual; incorporated; as, a corporate town
belonging to a corporation or incorporated body
united; general; collectively one
to become incorporated
Etymology: [L. corporatus, p. p. of corporare to shape into a body, fr. corpus body. See Corpse.]
Corporate is a Bollywood film released in July 2006. The film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar stars Bipasha Basu, Kay Kay Menon, Payal Rohatgi, Minissha Lamba and Raj Babbar.
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Rank popularity for the word 'corporate' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #2219
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'corporate' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3963
Rank popularity for the word 'corporate' in Adjectives Frequency: #294
The numerical value of corporate in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of corporate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
The essential element of successful strategy is that it derives its success from the differences between competitors with a consequent difference in their behavior. Ordinarily, this means that any corporate policy and plan which is typical of the industry is doomed to mediocrity. Where this is not so, it should be possible to demonstrate that all other competitors are at a distinct disadvantage.
Many businessmen fail to understand Python principles--the ultimate absurdity was an offer from America to buy the 'format' of the Python shows, that is, Monty Python without the Pythons--corporate methods do not have the conceptual framework to deal with an anarchist collective, run by intelligent and arrogant comedians who have proved that their method works.
The trouble in corporate America is that too many people with too much power live in a box (their home), then travel the same road every day to another box (their office).
I refuse to believe that trading recipes is silly. Tunafish casserole is at least as real as corporate stock.
Since coming on, I’ve had a few years getting to do some very interesting work, this has been an opportunity to really hone the skills that I had developed kind of from a startup and business development consulting world. I’d always been corporate adjacent, never in corporate. Just getting to see kind of the processes in a corporate structure, in a big company like Visa that gets to touch like every other company in the world is very eye-opening.
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- корпоративен, общ, колективенBulgarian
- yritys, yhdistetty, yhteinen, yhtiö, yhtiömuotoinen, yhtiöitetty, yhteis-Finnish
- общий, коллективный, корпоративныйRussian
- công tyVietnamese
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