Corporate meaning

kôr'pər-ĭt, kôr'prĭt
Of or relating to a corporative government or political system.
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United; combined.
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Formed into a corporation; incorporated.
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Of a corporation or corporations; specif., of, suitable for, or characteristic of large business corporations.
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Shared by all members of a unified group; common; joint.

Corporate responsibility.

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Of or relating to a particular corporation or to corporations in general.
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The common law principle that the directors, officers, employees, and agents of a corporation may not use any information obtained in their corporate capacity to exploit for their own personal benefit a business opportunity that belongs, or should in fairness belong, to the corporation.
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The legal principle that a corporation is distinct from its owners and that the corporation’s shareholders are not personally liable for the corporation’s acts and debts. See also alter ego, piercing the corporate veil, charter, and seal.
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Of, or relating to a corporation.
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Unified into one body; collective.
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(finance) A bond issued by a corporation.
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(obsolete) To incorporate.

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The definition of corporate is something related to a business group or a business that operates as a single legal unit.

An example of corporate is a culture in an office.

An example of corporate is a company that has filed papers and become incorporated.

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Formed into a corporation; incorporated.

The corporate companies of industrial America.

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Of or relating to a corporation.

Corporate assets; corporate culture.

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United or combined into one body; collective.

Made a corporate effort to finish the job.

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Having the nature of, or acting by means of, a corporation; incorporated.
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The substantive law concerning business organizations and transactions.
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(obsolete, intransitive) To become incorporated.
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Origin of corporate

Latin corporātus past participle of corporāre to make into a body from corpus corpor- body kwrep- in Indo-European roots