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commercial

adjective business, businesslike, economic, engaged in commerce, financial, in the market, industrial, jobbing, manufactured for sale, mercantile, merchandising, monetary, pecuniary, perraining to business, pertaining to merchants, pertaining to trade, prepared for sale, skilled in commerce, supplying, trade, trading
Associated concepts: commercial agency, commercial bank, commercial bribery, commercial business, commerrial consumption, commercial endorsement, commercial frustration, commercial insolvency, commercial law, commercial letter of credit, commercial loan, commercial mark, commercial partnership, commercial purpose, commercial use, commercial zone
See also: industrial, marketable, mercantile, retail
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