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Adjective: commercial  ku'mur-shul
  1. Connected with or engaged in or sponsored by or used in commerce or commercial enterprises
    "commercial trucker"; "commercial TV"; "commercial diamonds"
  2. Of the kind or quality used in commerce; average or inferior
    "commercial grade of beef";
    - commercial-grade
  3. Profit oriented
    "a commercial book";
    - mercantile, mercenary, moneymaking
  4. Of or relating to commercialism
    "a commercial attaché"; "commercial paper"; "commercial law"
Noun: commercial  ku'mur-shul
  1. A commercially sponsored ad on radio or television
    - commercial message

Derived forms: commercials

See also: commerce, commercialised [Brit], commercialism, commercialized, inferior, mercantile, mercantilism, technical

Type of: ad [informal], advert [Brit], advertisement, advertising, advertizement [US, non-standard], advertizing [US, non-standard]

Antonym: noncommercial

Encyclopedia: Commercial, Technical and Allied Workers' Union