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adjective [only before noun] corporate pronunciation in American English /ˈkɔrp(ə)rət/
  1. 1
    relating to large companies, or to a particular large company

    Our corporate headquarters are in Madrid.

    a powerful group that represents corporate America (=big businesses in the U.S.)

    Some companies are introducing ethics into their corporate culture in a big way.

  2. 2
    formal shared by or including all the members of a group

    Is there a corporate identity shared by all Asian countries?

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