envy ratio
 n.— «There is a lexicon of private equity doing the rounds. My copy bears the imprint of a big player in the field that I am assured is not involved. I will reproduce some entries over the next few days, such as E is for Envy Ratio, “the ratio between how much money a management team makes and how many workers they make unemployed.”» —“Railing at profits” by Martin Waller Times (London, England) Mar. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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