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EtymologyEdit

commerce +‎ -ial. From French commercial(of, or pertaining to commerce).

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commercial (plural commercials)

  1. An advertisement in a common media format, usually radio or television.
  2. (finance) A commercial trader, as opposed to an individual speculator.

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commercial (comparative more commercial, superlative most commercial)

  1. Of or pertaining to commerce.
    • 1900, Charles W. Chesnutt, The House Behind the Cedars, Chapter I,
      A two minutes' walk brought Warwick--the name he had registered under, and as we shall call him--to the market-house, the central feature of Patesville, from both the commercial and the picturesque points of view.
  2. (aviation) Designating an airport that serves passenger and/or cargo flights.
  3. (aviation) Designating such an airplane flight.

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commerce +‎ -ial

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commercial m (feminine singular commerciale, masculine plural commerciaux, feminine plural commerciales)

  1. commercial

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commercial m (plural commerciaux)

  1. a salesman, sales representative

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commercial m (plural commerciaes or commerciais)

  1. Obsolete spelling of comercial

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commercial m f (plural commerciaes or commerciais)

  1. Obsolete spelling of comercial