Pronounced: Corp-ro-mise

When politicians, decision makers, or individuals compromise their own personal values in order to bow to corporate greed.
1) Recently a plan was announced to limit the number of servings of potatoes in school provided lunches to two servings per week. The goal was to help improve children's diets and foster a healthier lifestyle. The senate voted this plan down due to pressure from the potato industry and lobbyists. This is an example of corpromising.

2) Today at work I corpromised my values by not speaking up as I knew my political opinions differed from those of my manager.
Por jasmineisawesome 20 de octubre de 2011

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