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com·mer·cial / kəˈmərshəl/ (abbr.: comm.) • adj. 1. concerned with or engaged in commerce: a commercial agreement. 2. making or intended to make a profit: commercial products. ∎  having profit, rather than artistic or other value, as a primary aim. 3. (of television or radio) funded by the revenue from broadcast advertisements. 4. (of chemicals) supplied in bulk and not of the highest purity. • n. a television or radio advertisement. DERIVATIVES: com·mer·ci·al·i·ty / kəˌmərshēˈalitē/ n. com·mer·cial·ly adv.

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