Pronunciation of Corporation
/kˌɔːpəɹˈe͡ɪʃən/, /kˌɔːpəɹˈeɪʃən/, /k_ˌɔː_p_ə_ɹ_ˈeɪ_ʃ_ə_n/
Synonyms for corporation:
employer, NGO, parliament, municipality, the judicial branch, treasury, bureau, officialdom, national assembly, council, public body, the civil service, secret service, NDPB, the judiciary, local government, high commission, the executive branch.
administration (of an estate).
Other synonyms and related words:
commode, good deal, mint, plenty, belly, stack, tum, sight, sens, breadbasket, paunch, foundation, bow window, interior, employer, stool, great deal, peck, flowerpot, community, potbelly stove, society, gage, participation, hatful, club, batch, council, muckle, trust, raft, branch, stomach, ministry, association, mass, directorate, wad, lot, throne, spate, executive, pile, weed, mickle, fraternity, manufacturer, agency, grass, crapper, gut, mess, deal, skunk, bay window, quite a little, mountain, heap, kitty, outfit, sess, house, legation, flock, tidy sum, potbelly, corp, locoweed, union, office, alliance, abdomen, potentiometer, slew, green goddess, potty, connection, jackpot, conjunction, parliament, smoke, organization, potful, bureau, can, treasury, municipality, tummy.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
career, position, situation, interest, enterprise, selling, service, partnership, exchange, company, posting, job, occupation, firm, holding, business, consortium, calling, retailing, specialty, management, negotiation, assignment, vocation, profession, market, practice, transaction, labor, concern, establishment, affair, activity, commerce, commission, venture, busy work, barter, trade, employment, livelihood, proprietorship, merchant, station, industry.
business concern (noun)
business establishment (noun)
business organization, usually large (noun)
bay window, tummy, potbelly, corp.
Usage examples for corporation:
- All the other prominent bills- distribution, bankrupt, fiscal corporation, new tariff act, called revenue- were served the same way; every proposed amendment made an issue. - "Thomas Hart Benton", Theodore Roosevelt.
- All the religious live in common after the manner of a corporation; so that whatever the priest receives, goes to the support of all, and to maintain their colleges and seminaries in Spain. - "The Friars in the Philippines", Ambrose Coleman.
- A man signing himself " William Morgan, Manager Excelsis Motion Picture Corporation" offered her the " lead" in a forthcoming production. - "Lord John in New York", C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson.