Having profit, rather than artistic or other value, as a primary aim
their work is too commercial
(of television or radio) Funded by the revenue from broadcast advertisements
(of chemicals) Supplied in bulk and not of the highest purity
A television or radio advertisement
connected with or engaged in or sponsored by or used in commerce or commercial enterprises; "commercial trucker"; "commercial TV"; "commercial diamonds"
a commercially sponsored ad on radio or television
The typographic character @, called the at sign or at symbol, is an abbreviation of the word at or the phrase at the rate of in accounting and commercial invoices (e.g. "7 widgets @ $2 = $14"). Its most common modern use is in e-mail addresses, where it stands for "located at". ...
(Commercially) Pertaining to business, used for a business purpose when referring to real estate
(Commercially) basalt is a natural stone as per the scientific definition of basalt and other rocks such as basalt, picrites, diabases, dolerites and microgabbros.
(Commercials) Business’s advertising messages, they are recorded or live. Lengths are usually 15, 30 or 60 seconds, and sometimes 2 minutes.
(Commercials) Marketing messages brought to you on television or radio. Marketers pay for the time to broadcast their message to you.
(Commercials) Most commonly 30 or 60 seconds in length, also referred to as a “spot” or “traffic.”
An entity involved in the production, processing, or merchandising of a commodity.
Vehicle was registered for business purposes.
A field which on the basis of current technical and commercial conditions, is sufficiently profitable to the participants to develop it.
Service to customers who are primarily engaged in wholesale or retail trade, agriculture, forestry, fisheries, transportation, communications, sanitary services, finance, insurance, real estate, personal services, government and service that does not fall directly within one of the other ...
Property whose primary use is in commercial activity (shops, offices, etc.) as opposed to industrial, residential or agricultural activities.
buildings, which are built for commerce, including offices, malls, shopping centers, restaurants, etc.
A sectional overhead type door which is intended for vehicular use at entrances of buildings such as loading docks and service stations, and is normally operated less than 5,000 cycles per year
Good wear resistance, suitable for domestic and commercial use.
Presentation of an advertisement. Email, web video, and podcasts are just a few mediums through which a commercial may communicate the content of an advertisement.
The commercial sector is generally defined as nonmanufacturing business establishments, including hotels, motels, restaurants, wholesale businesses, retail stores, and health, social, and educational institutions. ...
a website, server, web application or web service that is for public or corporate access.
Generally refers to advertisements for goods and services, although definitions of the term vary considerably, and some types of advertisements (such as employment notices) may be excluded from many definitions. ...
Includes bars, restaurants, entertainment uses (except for sport facilities, which have their own category), public accommodations, retail, automobile sale lots and other miscellaneous commercial uses; however it excludes office buildings, which also have a separate category
Not a derogatory expression, but rather an indicator of a crowd-pleaser, and what can be better than that?
To offer waste transport or management to other businesses or facilities, who will pay for the service.
A film, television, or radio advertisement created to market a product and or service.
An energy-consuming sector that consists of services providing facilities and equipment for non-manufacturing businesses. ...