commercially


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com·mer·cial

 (kə-mûr′shəl)
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to commerce: a commercial loan; a commercial attaché.
b. Engaged in commerce: a commercial trucker.
2. Relating to or being goods that are produced and distributed in large quantities.
3.
a. Having profit as a chief aim: a commercial publisher.
b. Intended for or appealing to a large audience: commercial art.
4. Sponsored by an advertiser or paid for by advertising: commercial television.
n.
An advertisement in audio or video form.

com·mer′cial·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.commercially - in a commercial manner; "the product is commercially available"
Translations

commercially

[kəˈmɜːʃəlɪ] ADV [viable, competitive, produced] → comercialmente
it is not commercially availableno puede adquirirse en el mercado

commercially

[kəˈmɜːrʃəli] adv
[viable] → commercialement
[available] → dans le commerce
[produce] → à échelle commerciale
to be commercially-minded → avoir le sens des affairescommercial television n (channels)chaînes fpl privées (financées par la publicité)commercial traveller nvoyageur/euse m/f de commercecommercial vehicle nvéhicule m utilitaire

commercially

advgeschäftlich; manufacture, succeedkommerziell; to be commercially mindedkaufmännisch veranlagt or kommerziell eingestellt (usu pej)sein

commercially

[kəˈmɜːʃəlɪ] advcommercialmente
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In those countries which are but little developed, industrially and commercially, these two classes still vegetate side by side with the rising bourgeoisie.
Brain, and not brawn, endures; and those best fitted to survive are the intellectually and commercially powerful.
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The attackers' aim appears to be covert gathering and transmitting of commercially or economically valuable information," the warning stated.
We report results of testing commercially available surface-barrier silicon detectors for energy resolution and timing performance, and measurement of the dead-layer thickness of ion-implanted silicon detectors with a 3.
15, 2004, Federal Register notice of a proposed rule on the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) for commercially available off-the-shelf items.
In this issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases, two articles analyze tularemia outbreaks, and one examines the pathologic features of monkeypox in commercially traded prairie dogs.
This concentration is approximately 10 times stronger than the gentamicin in commercially available drops in the United States.
Benefits are said to include generating more and better product ideas and moving commercially viable products to market faster.
Gloucester says the layout of rollers is more compact than on any other commercially available MOO unit.
A team of Japanese researchers has now overcome one obstacle to using so-called superplastic ceramics commercially.
9-504 -- This section of the law is the more common method for foreclosing upon a co-op, Under this section, the lender may dispose of the collateral at a public or private sate, as long as it does so in a commercially reasonable manner.

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