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Definition:

     Quick way to say "mergers and acquisitions," when two companies combine.

Example Dialogue:

    A:    Last year, we purchased another company.
    B:    Does your company do a lot of M&A?
    A:    Yes, on average, we acquire four or five companies per year. 

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