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Company Noun Synonyms
guest(s), visitor(s), caller(s)
Are you having company for dinner tonight.
assemblage, party, band, group, retinue, entourage, suite, train, coterie, ensemble, troop, followers, following, flock, circle, assembly, gathering, convention, body, crowd, throng, troupe, cast, players, actors, performers
The king arrived with his company at the gate of the city. The speaker addressed the assembled company. The company leaves today for a month on the road.
companionship, society, fellowship, attendance, presence, associates, friends, companions, comrades
It was a stormy night, I was only too glad to have his company. A man is known by the company he keeps.
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Business / Construction / Mortgage company : A company that borrows money from a bank, lends it to consumers to buy homes, then sells the loans to investors. MORE
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Business / Accounting / Parent Company: A company that owns or maintains control over other companies, known as subsidiaries, which are themselves separate legal entities: control generally refers to more than 50 percent ownership of the st MORE
Business / Real Estate / Mortgage Broker-Company: A person or firm that acts as an intermediary between borrower and lender, one who, for compensation or gain, negotiates, sells or arranges loans and sometimes continues to service the loans, also cal MORE
Health / Health Insurance / Physician Practice Management (PPM) Company: A company, owned by a group of investors, that purchases physicians' practice assets, provides practice management services, and, in most cases, gives physicians a long-term contract to continue worki MORE