English - Vietnamese Dictionary
commercial /kə'mə:ʃl/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- (thuộc) buôn bán; (thuộc) thương mại; (thuộc) thương nghiệp
- commercial school: trường thương nghiệp
- commercial treaty: hiệp ước thương mại
- commercial braodcast
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) buổi phát thanh quảng cáo hàng
- commercial room: phòng khách sạn cho những người đi chào hàng
- commercial traveller: người đi chào hàng
- danh từ
- (thông tục) người chào hàng
- buổi phát thanh quảng cáo hàng
commercialskə'mɜːʃlAdvanced English Dictionary
+a commercially sponsored ad on radio or television
+connected with or engaged in or sponsored by or used in commerce or commercial enterprises
+of or relating to commercialism
+of the kind or quality used in commerce; average or inferior
adjective, nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [usually before noun] connected with the buying and selling of goods and services: the commercial heart of the city + She is developing the commercial side of the organization. + a commercial vehicle (= one that is used for carrying goods or passengers who pay) + commercial baby foods + the first commercial flights across the Atlantic
2 [only before noun] making or intended to make a profit: The movie was not a commercial success (= did not make money).
3 (disapproving) more concerned with profit and being popular than with quality: Their more recent music is far too commercial. + The show was unashamedly commercial, with little artistic merit.
4 (of television or radio) paid for by the money charged for broadcasting advertisements: a commercial radio station / TV channel
commercially adverb: commercially produced / grown / developed + The product is not yet commercially available. + His invention was not commercially successful. + Designers are becoming more and more commercially minded.
an advertisement on the radio or on television: a commercial break (= a time during or between programmes when advertisements are broadcast)
cinema, radio, television/TV | 30-second, etc.
VERB + COMMERCIAL
She ended up doing commercials, which ironically revived her acting career. The company has made commercials for leading sportswear manufacturers.
COMMERCIAL + VERB
appear | feature sb/sth
The commercial features a teenage girl with spots.
COMMERCIAL + NOUN
The film was so full of commercial breaks it was impossible to enjoy.
in a/the ~
She's in a commercial for cars.
| ~ for
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