›relating to businesses and their activities: Planning issues continue to stall the company's proposed commercial development.commercial sales/services/transactions etc.
›used to describe a product or service that can be bought by the public: The airport handles 663 commercial flights a day.
›[before noun]for making a profit or relating to making a profit: The business was never intended to be a commercial enterprise.commercial success/valueSome traditional producers are finally enjoying commercial success.
›[before noun]used to describe radio or television that is paid for by the advertisements it broadcasts: The commission, which licenses and regulates commercial TV, ordered the ad off air.
›disapproving used to describe a product, especially a record, film, or book, which is made to make a profit rather than be of a high artistic quality: Their music is a little too commercial for me.