Concerned with or engaged in commerce
the vessels were originally built for commercial purposes
The symbol @, so called from its use in calculating prices (as ‘four apples at ——’).
= commercial A.
Art used in advertising and selling
A bank that offers services to the general public and to companies
A bill of exchange issued by a commercial organization to raise money for short-term needs
Not having a commercial objective; not intended to make a profit
A person engaged in commercial banking.
The business of providing banking services (such as the receipt of deposits and the administration of current accounts, loans, etc.), especially to major corporations and institutions.
An interruption in the transmission of a broadcast programme, or an intermission between programmes, during which advertisements are broadcast
Short-term unsecured promissory notes issued by companies
A vehicle used for carrying goods or fare-paying passengers
A travelling sales representative
Commercial paper issued in a eurocurrency.
The body of laws governing commercial transactions in the US
Not making, intended to make, or allowing a profit
An area rented or sold as business premises