- 1Concerned with or engaged in commerce: a commercial agreementMore example sentences
- A commercial agreement is between the parties concerned and should have nothing to do with what anyone else wants.
- These people were employed by the government in the lower levels of the colonial bureaucracy and engaged in local commercial activities.
- For example, we moved into investment banking, and when commercial banking was opened, we moved into commercial banking.
- 2Making or intended to make a profit: commercial productsMore example sentences
- Given that, we are very happy with the final products and commercial success of the series.
- Time to market is essential to the commercial success of the products, and is shrinking all the time.
- Composers of ‘serious’ operas turned their hands to works of a light and tuneful nature intended for a wider audience and for commercial success.
- 2.1Having profit, rather than artistic or other value, as a primary aim: their work is too commercialMore example sentences
- However, Williams insists any decision concerning the player's future will be based on football issues rather than his commercial value.
- Rahul is seen as a ‘serious’ actor who stars in art films rather than mainstream commercial Bollywood releases.
- Today most of the films are having more of commercial value than quality and are packed with themes and scenes that can match the taste of youth.
- 3(Of television or radio) funded by the revenue from broadcast advertisements.More example sentences
- The adventure has been covered by a film crew for a documentary to be broadcast on satellite and commercial television stations across Italy.
- Unlike commercial radio and television it is not a series of advertisements put on with programmes in between to keep them listening to the advertisements.
- And one area where tastes are met and diversity can be seen in some ways is in the increasing strength of commercial talkback radio.
- 4(Of chemicals) supplied in bulk and not of the highest purity.More example sentences
- In its most broad definition, Mr. James believes, to garden organically is to do so without the aid of commercial chemicals.
- The shipping costs of both bulk chemicals and commercial formulas have been omitted.
- An alternative to the commercial fungicide would be a mixture of baking soda and water.
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- A television or radio advertisement.More example sentences
- Its mass marketing includes print advertisements and radio and television commercials.
- The television commercial will hit the screens tomorrow.
- In fact, the company featured her in a television commercial promoting its contributions to these communities.
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- This has been a slow process as it was initiated several years ago and has raised doubts about the commerciality of the project.
- I love the gesture, but I hate the commerciality of a day that should be about love.
- We are trying to encourage a greater degree of commerciality at race courses.
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- The whole situation at the club would commercially spell bankruptcy for anyone.
- At present such tests have been confined to research laboratories and are not commercially available.
- There is nothing new or radical in any of this: it's all technically and commercially feasible.