Definition of corporate
- a plan to reorganize the corporate structure
- the latest trend in corporate America
- corporate rock music
- corporate art
- Human law arises by the corporate action of a people …
- —George H. Sabine
We have to change the corporate structure to survive.
A bunch of corporate types in suits were sitting at the table in the conference room.
He is one of the most powerful men in corporate America.
The business is a corporate entity.
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: involving or associated with a corporation
: consisting of or including large corporations
: produced by or associated with large corporations
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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