commercial


commercial
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noun
ADJECTIVE
radio, television, TV
beer, car, etc.
30-second, etc.
campaign (AmE)
VERB + COMMERCIAL
do, make

She ended up doing commercials, which ironically revived her acting career.

The company has made commercials for leading sportswear manufacturers.

air, broadcast, run (esp. AmE), show
skip (AmE)
see, watch
COMMERCIAL + VERB
air (esp. AmE), appear
feature sb/sth

The commercial features a moody young man.

COMMERCIAL + NOUN
break

The movie was so full of commercial breaks it was impossible to enjoy.

PREPOSITION
in a/the commercial

She's in a commercial for cars.

commercial for
{{Roman}}II.{{/Roman}}
adj.
Commercial is used with these nouns: ↑activity, ↑acumen, ↑advantage, ↑affair, ↑agency, ↑aircraft, ↑airline, ↑airport, ↑appeal, ↑application, ↑arena, ↑art, ↑artist, ↑aspect, ↑asset, ↑bank, ↑banking, ↑base, ↑basis, ↑break, ↑broadcaster, ↑building, ↑catering, ↑centre, ↑channel, ↑cinema, ↑company, ↑consideration, ↑context, ↑contract, ↑crop, ↑culture, ↑customer, ↑dealings, ↑debt, ↑developer, ↑development, ↑director, ↑discipline, ↑dispute, ↑district, ↑diving, ↑dock, ↑driving licence, ↑empire, ↑end, ↑endeavour, ↑enterprise, ↑entity, ↑environment, ↑establishment, ↑expansion, ↑exploitation, ↑facility, ↑failure, ↑farm, ↑farmer, ↑farming, ↑fisherman, ↑fishing, ↑flight, ↑flop, ↑footing, ↑forestry, ↑gain, ↑gallery, ↑hunting, ↑implication, ↑importance, ↑incentive, ↑instinct, ↑insurance, ↑interest, ↑issue, ↑jet, ↑laboratory, ↑launch, ↑lawyer, ↑lease, ↑licence, ↑link, ↑litigation, ↑logic, ↑manager, ↑manufacturer, ↑market, ↑marketplace, ↑message, ↑operation, ↑opportunity, ↑organization, ↑outlet, ↑photographer, ↑photography, ↑pilot, ↑plane, ↑point of view, ↑port, ↑potential, ↑premises, ↑pressure, ↑printer, ↑producer, ↑product, ↑property, ↑proposition, ↑publisher, ↑purpose, ↑radio, ↑reality, ↑reason, ↑recording, ↑release, ↑risk, ↑satellite, ↑scale, ↑sector, ↑ship, ↑shoot, ↑side, ↑site, ↑space, ↑spin-off, ↑sponsor, ↑sponsorship, ↑station, ↑strategy, ↑success, ↑system, ↑television, ↑tenant, ↑theatre, ↑tie, ↑trade, ↑traffic, ↑transaction, ↑traveller, ↑treaty, ↑truck, ↑undertaking, ↑use, ↑vehicle, ↑venture, ↑vessel, ↑viability, ↑waste, ↑website, ↑work

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  • Commercial — Com*mer cial, a. [Cf. F. commercial.] Of or pertaining to commerce; carrying on or occupied with commerce or trade; mercantile; as, commercial advantages; commercial relations. Princely commercial houses. Macaulay. [1913 Webster] {Commercial… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • commercial — COMMERCIAL, ALE. adject. Qui appartient au commerce. Parmi les Politiques, les uns donnent la préférence au système agricole, les autres au système commercial. Les effets commerciaux. Statuts commerciaux …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • commercial — [adj1] concerning business, marketing across the counter*, bartering, commissary, economic, exchange, financial, fiscal, for sale, in demand, in the market, market, marketable, mercantile, merchandising, monetary, pecuniary, popular, profitable,… …   New thesaurus

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  • commercial — (adj.) 1680s, pertaining to trade, from COMMERCE (Cf. commerce) + AL (Cf. al) (1). Meaning paid for by advertisements (in reference to radio, TV, etc.) is from 1932; meaning done for the sake of financial profit (of art, etc.) is from 1871. The… …   Etymology dictionary


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