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subsidiary company

  

      n   a company with at least half of its capital stock owned by another company  
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subsidiary  
      adj  
1    serving to aid or supplement; auxiliary  
2    of lesser importance; subordinate in function  
      n   pl   , -aries  
3    a person who or thing that is subsidiary  
4       short for       subsidiary company  
     (C16: from Latin subsidiarius supporting, from subsidium subsidy)  
  subsidiarily      adv  
  subsidiariness      n  


subsidiary coin  
      n   a coin of denomination smaller than that of the standard monetary unit  
subsidiary company  
      n   a company with at least half of its capital stock owned by another company  

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subsidiary

  
  
aiding, ancillary, assistant, auxiliary, contributory, cooperative, helpful, lesser, minor, secondary, serviceable, subordinate, subservient, supplemental, supplementary, useful  
  
Antonyms     
   central, chief, head, key, leading, main, major, primary, principal, vital  

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