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
References in classic literature ?
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.
Envelope: two commercially available, nine emerging;
In a letter to Erik Sorensen, executive producer of "The CBS Evening News," Boyle called attention to the extensive testing and monitoring of commercially harvested shellfish in Washington state.
But to make the technology commercially applicable required the full-scale, full-time business effort of an interdisciplinary team such as that organized by D-Wave Systems.
However, some provide the ability to use commercially available packages, such as PATRAN, ANSYS or ABAQUS.
The X-34 program had great potential to demonstrate critical technologies for NASA while being commercially profitable for the industry partnership.
The company has not initiated customer based product testing, finalized plans for product production, commenced or completed market research, or developed a complete business strategy for commercially exploiting the Converter.
to test commercially available natural gas burners in ceramic tube/burner assemblies tor immersed tube melters;
Gloucester says the layout of rollers is more compact than on any other commercially available MOO unit.
Benefits are said to include generating more and better product ideas and moving commercially viable products to market faster.

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