company car

company car
company car ˌcompany ˈcar noun [countable]
a car provided by a company to an employee, especially a manager

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company car UK US noun [C] TRANSPORT
a car that is owned or paid for by a company and given to an employee to use: »

Amongst other benefits, the package includes 5 weeks' annual leave and a company car.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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