Translation of corporation in Spanish:


sociedad anónima, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkɔrpəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/ /kɔːpəˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

See Spanish definition of panza


  • 1

    (in US) sociedad anónima feminine
    (in UK) compañía feminine
    (in UK) empresa feminine
    (in UK) corporación feminine
    Law persona jurídica feminine
  • 2British

    (municipal council)
    corporación (municipal) feminine
    municipio masculine
    ayuntamiento masculine
    (bus) (before noun) municipal
    • The Municipal Corporations Act of 1835 had given elected corporations to the large towns.
    • Holland was ruled by the Regent corporations of the eighteen cities represented in the Holland States.
    • Thirty-three years ago he even won a seat on the city corporation for one term at a time when the Tories were serious contenders for power in George Square.
    • Incidentally, now that we are paying all these corporations to run the city, when are we to see redundancies among our councillors?
    • Workers had been locked out by the Crown corporation for 11 days before the government stepped in.
    • He said there was a plan to increase the budgetary allocation for city corporations.
    • Perhaps, the city corporation would do well to consider the suggestion.
    • And if the council wins backing from the Government, the corporation will be up and running by the end of the year.
    • It is how we as democratic citizens monitor and police the actions of our governments and corporations.
    • The majority of creditors are large corporations and insurance and reinsurance companies.
    • The applicant was the largest creditor of the corporation and substantially financed its incorporation.
    • Multinational corporations have taken over the economy while being protected by the law.
    • In 1989 he was a director of Asea Brown Boveri Ltd, a multinational corporation.
    • As a general rule a corporation is a legal entity distinct from its shareholders.
    • The plaintiff is a corporation with its head office in Stratford.
    • A corporation is an entity separate from other persons who are its shareholders or associated with it.
    • We cheer Indian companies that hold their own against multinational corporations.
    • Many large corporations have avoided federal income taxes in recent years due to this deduction.
    • This is the crux of the debate between federal prosecutors and corporations.
    • These payments were treated as income to the corporation and then ordinary income to the shareholders.
    • When he resigned, he was Chief Operating Officer of the corporation.
    • It was the whole concept of selling to marketing managers at big corporations.
    • In addition, the corporation will lose its corporate name and its right to use the California courts.
    • At various times, Mr. Abraham was an officer, director or shareholder of these two corporations.
    • Many corporations are using defamation laws as a cheap and convenient way to silence their critics.
    • They can accommodate the individual, the small business, and the multinational corporation.
    • Many of them cannot compete with salaries and benefits offered by multinational corporations.
    • It's been nice, though to my chagrin not a single multinational corporation has offered me an endorsement deal of any kind.
    • We accept for the purposes of this case that the relevant corporation was a trading corporation.
  • 3British humorous

    panza feminine informal