Pronunciation of Commercial
/kəmˈɜːʃə͡l/, /kəmˈɜːʃəl/, /k_ə_m_ˈɜː_ʃ_əl/
Antonyms for commercial:
Synonyms for commercial:
profiteer, boom, cash cow, off-the-shelf, machine-made, cream off, zero-rated, disposable, marketable, commercialize, commercially, mass-market, handcrafted, cut in, cash in, store-bought, unsold, wholesale, rack up, earner, cash-and-carry, sewing machine, pay, promotional, pre-enjoyed, refined, off-brand, turnkey, profit from, custom-made, returnable, branded, breakeven, discontinued, unbranded, rake off, profitability, handmade, tie in, rate of return, commercialism, asset-stripping, profit center, unpriced, above-the-line, custom-built, ring up, mass-produced, home-made, speculation, lose, arbitrage, profits warning, well-stocked.
Other synonyms and related words:
popular, moneymaking, refined, unpriced, disposable, mercenary, promotional, unsold, custom, spoiler, commercialized, unbranded, merchantable, open, trade, proprietary, licensed, one-size-fits-all, brand name, wholesale, unsalable, consumable, discontinued, commercialism, store-bought, technical, earner, business, monetary, retail, cash-and-carry, speculation, picture, mercantile, marketable, generic, lose, liquid, handcrafted, commercial message, pecuniary, salable, financial, economic, mobile, branded, inferior, commercialised, fiscal, mass-market, machine-made, commercially.
concerning business, marketing (adjective)
intended for financial gain (adjective)
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
journal, broadcast, gazette, organ, newspaper, promotion, bulletin, announcement, promulgation, herald, post, publication, periodical, newsletter, brief, propaganda, journalism, newsmagazine, handbill, notice, review, report, advertisement, dissemination, circular.
Usage examples for commercial:
- It was Christmas Eve, and the four commercial travellers were spending the holiday at Grassminster. - "Amusements in Mathematics", Henry Ernest Dudeney.
- In the east were wide lands and powerful states and military dangers and political problems and commercial opportunities. - "The Romanization of Roman Britain", F. Haverfield.
- Jimmie cut in, his commercial instinct getting the better of his awe of Tolstoy. - "Abroad with the Jimmies", Lilian Bell.