of, for, or belonging to a or corporations:
a corporate executive; She considers the new federal subsidy just corporate welfare.
forming a corporation.
pertaining to a united group, as of persons:
the corporate good.
united or combined into one.
a bond issued by a corporation.
And despite his anti-hero, anti-corporate persona, the iconic Cobain is not the exception.
Inside Kurt Cobain’s $450M empire CNBC April 6, 2014
But the youthful, anti-corporate passion that could propel her candidacy will be there either way.
The Rise of the New New Left Peter Beinart September 11, 2013
Pro-bank conservatives face a predictable foe in the anti-corporate left.
The People Vs. the Bank of Walmart James Poulos September 30, 2014
forming a corporation; incorporated
of or belonging to a corporation or corporations: corporate finance
of or belonging to a united group; joint
early 15c., “united in one body,” from Latin corporatus, past participle of corporare “form into a body,” from corpus (genitive corporis) “body” (see corporeal).
the act of or state of being . moral perversion; depravity. perversion of integrity. or dishonest proceedings. . debasement or alteration, as of language or a text. a debased form of a word. putrefactive decay; rottenness. any influence or agency. Contemporary Examples “He wrote a lot about anti-corruption and anti-big business,” Seattle fan Danny Hernandez […]
the state or quality of being cruel. cruel disposition or conduct. a cruel act. Law. conduct by a spouse that causes grievous bodily harm or mental suffering. Contemporary Examples Behind any veneer or acts of cruelty, we care for our partners and playmates very deeply and wish them no harm. The Legal Dangers of Rough […]
of or relating to or cultivation. adjective of or relating to artistic or social pursuits or events considered to be valuable or enlightened of or relating to a culture or civilization (of certain varieties of plant) obtained by specialized breeding adj. 1868, in reference to the raising of plants or animals, from Latin cultura “tillage” […]
to move one’s feet or body, or both, rhythmically in a pattern of steps, especially to the accompaniment of music. to leap, skip, etc., as from excitement or emotion; move nimbly or quickly: to dance with joy. to bob up and down: The toy sailboats danced on the pond. to perform or take part in […]