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Corporal and corporate


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Corporal is an adjective which means physical or that which is related to the body. The term is used as a noun which means a person in the military service.

Corporate means united, or combined, also related to a large company. The term is used as an adjective.
Adverb: corporately.


Sample Usage

Usage of corporal
1.The court has banned corporal punishment in schools.
2.The people who take part in antisocial activities should be given corporal punishment.
3.The former corporal tried to maintain peace among the people during the disaster.

Usage of corporate
1.The inauguration of shopping mall by the corporates have alarmed the local business men.
2.The number of corporates are increasing in the new economy.
3.Major corporates are controlling the government in our nation.


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