A commercial business
he works for the world's biggest oil company
The branch of law relating to the formation and operation of companies.
US Mining a worker employed by the day (now historical).
A company which produces or supplies gas for lighting, heating, or cooking.
Used after a person’s name to denote those people usually associated with them
With another person or a group of people
Occurring or existing within a company
A car provided by a firm for the business and private use of an employee
British a lodging house; (also euphemism) a brothel (now rare).
Time during which a company employee is paid to work; work time.
A town which is dependent on a particular commercial company for almost all of its employment, housing, etc.
A trade union whose membership is restricted to employees of a particular company, with no links to any larger union structure.
Needlework, embroidery, etc., which is carried out in the presence of guests.
A company of mercenaries or other soldiers without fixed allegiance.
A life-insurance company.
= regulated company.
A travelling theatrical company.
(In the UK) a corporation descended from an ancient trade guild of London
Extending throughout a company
North American term for fire brigade.
A company that hires things out to people
A company that provides broadcasting, film, and Internet services
A gathering of people consisting of members of both sexes
A group of singers and musicians who perform in an opera together
(Of two or more people) cease to be together; go in different directions
A non-trading company used as a vehicle for various financial manoeuvres or kept dormant for future use in some other capacity
The crew of a ship
A repertory company that is largely based in one theatre
A company formed to act as a trustee or to deal with trusts
A person who socializes, especially regularly, convivially, or boisterously; a reveller.
The action or fact of socializing or associating with another or others, especially boisterously or convivially; specifically revelry, carousing.
Fond of socializing or being in the company of others; gregarious, sociable, friendly.
A company or organization which owns or controls a number of subsidiary companies or organizations.
A body of armed troops employed in ranging over a tract of country for reconnaissance, defence, or to conduct raids.
An army officer serving within an infantry company
A company concerned primarily with providing money, e.g. for hire-purchase transactions
A company that is growing rapidly in comparison to other companies in its field or the economy as a whole
A business concerned with the commercial transport of goods
A company created to buy and own the shares of other companies, which it then controls
A private company whose owners are legally responsible for its debts only to the extent of the amount of capital they invested
(In the UK) any of a number of Companies of the City of London descended from the medieval trade guilds. They are now largely social and charitable organizations
A company whose shares may not be offered to the public for sale and which operates under legal requirements less strict than those for a public company
A company whose shares are traded freely on a stock exchange
An artillery detachment; specifically (as Artillery Company; frequently more fully Honourable Artillery Company) an artillery unit of the Territorial Army (the oldest regiment in the British Army).
The commanding officer of a company (sense 4b(b)).
The action or process of securing support or investment for the formation of a new company; the work of a company promoter.
A company which generates electricity.
A company which is identified by a number, especially as the only means of identification; (Canadian) a corporation which is identified only by its registration number and the province in which it is registered.
A company authorized to make programmes and advertisements for broadcasting on British commercial television.