Associations to the word «Commercial»
COMMERCIAL, noun. An advertisement in a common media format, usually radio or television.
COMMERCIAL, adjective. Of or pertaining to commerce.
COMMERCIAL AT, noun. The symbol @, read "at", used to denote per unit price:
COMMERCIAL AT, noun. This symbol used in e-mail addresses to separate the domain name from the rest of the address.
COMMERCIAL BANK, noun. (banking) A bank whose chief business is accepting demand deposits and making short-term loans.
COMMERCIAL BANKS, noun. Plural of commercial bank
COMMERCIAL BREAK, noun. An interval, during, or between television or radio programmes, during which advertisements are aired
COMMERCIAL BUSTER, noun. A device that allows viewer to record television programs without commercials.
COMMERCIAL BUSTER, noun. A device the temporarily changes the channel during a live TV broadcast until the commercial break is over.
COMMERCIAL INVOICE, noun. (trade) A document containing details of the goods.
COMMERCIAL MODEL, noun. (in many parts of Asia) a person (usually a female actress or singer) who stars in a product advertisement (posters, TV advertisement spots etc.).
COMMERCIAL OFF-THE-SHELF, adjective. Systems which are manufactured commercially, and then tailored for specific uses.
COMMERCIAL PAPER, noun. (finance) A negotiable instrument with short maturity.
COMMERCIAL RESUPPLY SERVICES, proper noun. (space) (NASA) Name of contracts signed by NASA for the delivery of cargo to the International Space Station by commercial companies.
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLER, noun. (British) (dated) Travelling salesman.
COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS, noun. Plural of commercial traveller
COMMERCIAL, noun. A commercially sponsored ad on radio or television.
COMMERCIAL, adjective. Connected with or engaged in or sponsored by or used in commerce or commercial enterprises; "commercial trucker"; "commercial TV"; "commercial diamonds".
COMMERCIAL, adjective. Of or relating to commercialism; "a commercial attache"; "commercial paper"; "commercial law".
COMMERCIAL, adjective. Of the kind or quality used in commerce; average or inferior; "commercial grade of beef"; "commercial oxalic acid".
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