Word Scramble - Companies Quiz

Can you unscramble the names of these corporations?
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Last updated: January 1, 2020
First submittedJuly 13, 2011
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Scramble
Company
ELPPA
Apple
XFDEE
FedEx
OHYAO
Yahoo
TEILN
Intel
EROXX
Xerox
EPSIP
Pepsi
NHIEZ
Heinz
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Company
KNIAO
Nokia
HCCAO
Coach
PARAD
Prada
ONIKN
Nikon
TRAFK
Kraft
RAYEB
Bayer
SCETO
Tesco
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Company
RCEMK
Merck
IGCUC
Gucci
BOEAD
Adobe
COCIS
Cisco
NOHAD
Honda
TARMK
Kmart
AIPRX
Pixar
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Company
SELHL
Shell
OVOLV
Volvo
MAADZ
Mazda
IZSUU
Isuzu
ASHPR
Sharp
TEALD
Delta
ANONC
Canon
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Level 67
Jul 13, 2011
@Wildman: I think Tesco is a British thing.
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Level 73
Jul 18, 2013
Currently it's the second largest retailer in the world measured by profits (after Wal-Mart).
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Level 62
Apr 29, 2014
Yeah, but queenmaeree's statement is still true. It is a British thing.
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Level 79
Apr 5, 2016
There are Tescos in other countries now, like China, oddly enough.
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Level 67
Jul 13, 2011
@xolkan: Isuzu is an auto company. They used to make SUVs in America, but I think they just do commercial vehicles now. (Correct me if I am wrong.)
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Level 48
Apr 29, 2014
I see Isuzu all over semitrailers in Australia
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Level 44
Oct 27, 2011
Actually, I think Tesco has opened in a couple major cities in the US.
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Level 71
Apr 29, 2014
But they pulled out when the stores didn't take.
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Level 3
Aug 4, 2012
Tesco for British people is like Target or Walmart for Americans
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Level 82
Apr 29, 2014
Here we don't have any of those but we've got Carrefour (French), Panda and HyperPanda (Chinese), Danube Hypermarket (German?) and a couple others. Apparently non-English speakers think hyper means "big."
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Level 64
Nov 2, 2014
"hyper" normally means extra or more than is normal
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Level 22
Jul 31, 2013
TARMK could also be amtrak
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Level 65
Oct 27, 2019
You sure about that?
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Level 89
Apr 29, 2014
Yesh!! There was Nokia.
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Level 47
May 2, 2014
I kept putting 'DARPA' (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency - US gov't) for 'PRADA'. Guess I'm more of a conspiracy theorist than fancy purse kind of guy ;)
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Level 50
Jun 19, 2014
Me too! And I'm a girl!
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Level 81
Jun 3, 2014
Just couldn't make sense of TARMK. It had one vowel too little for my liking.
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Level 78
Jan 29, 2015
Same here. The only one I missed.
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Level 18
Mar 11, 2015
TARMK is K-Mart
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Level 50
Mar 16, 2017
I'm so terrible at word scrambles. D:
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Level 46
Mar 16, 2017
ym smyapthsie
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Level 44
Mar 16, 2017
What is Merck?
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Level 78
Mar 16, 2017
International pharmaceutical company.
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Level 30
Mar 17, 2017
I put Conan for Canon. I forgot fedex and pepsi. Sometimes, I question my knowledge.
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Level 12
Mar 20, 2017
Pixar... I feel Stupid
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Level 67
Dec 15, 2018
never heard of quite a few of these, but still managed to guess all but pixar (do not think of it as a brand, but as a name, guess thats why) isuzu (no clue) and kmart, I tried markt...
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Level 72
Aug 24, 2020
'chaco' also works for 'coach'