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Translation of "commerce" - English-Spanish dictionary

commerce

noun [no plural]   /ˈkɒm·ɜːs/
the activities involved in buying and selling things comercio
(Definition of commerce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

commerce

noun /ˈkoməːs/
(business) the exchange of goods between nations or people; trade on a large scale comercio He is engaged in commerce.
commercial /kəˈməːʃəl/ adjective
(business) connected with commerce comercial Private cars are allowed to use this road, but not commercial vehicles.
(business) (likely to be) profitable rentable a commercial proposition.
(business) paid for by advertisements comercial commercial television.
commercialize /kəˈməːʃəlaiz/ verb ( (also commercialiseBritish))
to try to make (something) a source of profit comercializar Christmas has become commercialized.
commercialism /kəˈməːʃəlizəm/ noun
mercantilismo the ever-increasing commercialism of a global culture.
commercial traveller noun
(British, old-fashioned ) a travelling representative of a business firm; sales representative viajante de comercio He worked as a commercial traveller for a Manchester cotton house.
(Definition of commerce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “commerce”
in Korean 상업…
in Arabic تِجارة…
in Malaysian perdagangan…
in French commerce…
in Russian торговля, коммерция…
in Chinese (Traditional) 商業, 商務, 貿易…
in Italian commercio…
in Turkish ticaret…
in Polish handel…
in Vietnamese thương mại…
in Portuguese comércio…
in Thai การค้าขายสินค้า…
in German der Handel…
in Catalan comerç…
in Japanese 商業…
in Chinese (Simplified) 商业, 商务, 贸易…
in Indonesian perdagangan…
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