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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “commercial”

commercial

adjective
 
 
/kəˈmɜː.ʃəl/ US  /-ˈmɝː-/
related to buying and selling things
商業的;商務的;貿易的
a commercial organization/venture/success
商業組織/企業/成功
commercial law
商法
The commercial future of the company looks very promising.
這家公司的商業前景看起來非常光明。
Business and commerce - general words
disapproving describes a record, film, book, etc. that has been produced with the aim of making money and as a result has little artistic value
(唱片、電影、書等)商業化的,以營利為目的的
Business and commerce - general words
[before noun] describes a product that can be bought by or is intended to be bought by the general public
(產品)商品化的
Business and commerce - general words
commercially
 
 
/kəˈmɜː.ʃəl.i/ US  /-ˈmɝː-/ adverb
Does the market research show that the product will succeed commercially (= make a profit)?
市場調查顯示該產品有利可圖嗎?
The drug won't be commercially available (= able to be bought) until it has been thoroughly tested.
該藥在沒有經過徹底檢驗之前不會上市供應。
Business and commerce - general words
(Definition of commercial adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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