corporative

[kawr-puh-rey-tiv, -per-uh-tiv, -pruh-]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to a corporation.
2.
of or pertaining to a political system under which the principal economic functions, as banking, industry, or labor, are organized as corporate unities.
Also, corporate.


Origin:
1825–35; < Late Latin corporātīvus, equivalent to Latin corporāt(us) corporate + -īvus -ive

noncorporative, adjective
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corporative (ˈkɔːpərətɪv, -prətɪv)
 
adj
1.  of or characteristic of a corporation
2.  (of a state) organized into and governed by corporations of individuals involved in any given profession, industry, etc

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corporative
1833, from L. corporativus, from pp. stem of corporare (see corporate).
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Example sentences
Beards would make the corporative world much more interesting.
We can refer to this as an integrated system because all data are stored in the corporative data warehouse.
Be corporative when resolving conflicts between contractor and school staff.
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