n. An award given simply for participation.
Jimmy - "I entered this contest hoping to win gold, but all I got was this lousy enterprise."
by TangClock February 06, 2009
The space vessel ("Starship") which serves as the main setting for the television and movie series Star Trek. Within Star Trek canon there have been 7 "Starships" with that designation: NX-01, NCC-1701 A-E, and the original NCC-1701 ("No bloody A, B, C or D").
Kirk to Picard: "A bit of advice: Don't let them promote you, don't let them retire you, don't let them do anything to take you off the bridge of (the Enterprise)".
- Star Trek Generations
by Hudson_22 June 23, 2003
A television series on UPN where Captain J. Archer is kidnapped and beaten up at least once every episode
"Tucker to bridge. Captain Archer has been kidnapped...again...ugh!"
by WilRic October 20, 2003
A name which has quite a legacy, almost any kind of ship has had the "Enterprise", including the shuttle, the name has been around for hundreds of years and will be around for hundreds more.
Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Enterprise
by Anonymous September 18, 2003
Noun: (U.S.S.) Enterprise. Starship constructed by the United Federation of Planets. Currently the flagship of the Federation. Sixth starship in it's line.
Enterprise > j00!
by Mewtant December 08, 2002
most badass ship of the whole starfleet, but not of the show
bitch, i dont need an example
by 5ki11i0nz0r February 15, 2004
A large, successful company.
Not related to Star Trek.


I mean it.
Microsoft is the world's biggest, most ebil enterprise!
by KnightDelta May 19, 2004

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