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Commercial – definition of commercial by The Free Dictionary #commercial #office #rental


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adj Handels- ; custom also, ethics, training kaufmännisch ; language, premises, vehicle Geschäfts- ; production, radio, project, success, attitude, farming, whaling, fishing kommerziell ; (pej) film, music etc kommerziell ; the commercial world die Geschäftswelt ; of no commercial value ohne Verkaufswert ; to think in commercial terms kaufmännisch denken ; it makes good commercial sense das lässt sich kaufmännisch durchaus vertreten ; has Christmas become too commercial. ist Weihnachten zu kommerziell geworden.

n (Rad, TV) Werbespot m ; during the commercial s während der (Fernseh)werbung

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n Werbegrafik f

n Werbegrafiker(in) m(f)

commercial centre. (US) commercial center

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commercial traveller. (US) commmercial traveler

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the exchange of goods between nations or people; trade on a large scale. He is engaged in commerce. handel تِجارَه търговия comércio obchod(ování) der Handel handel εμπόριο comercio kaubavahetus, kaubandus تجارت؛ بازرگانی kaupankäynti commerce מסחר वाणिज्य trgovina kereskedelem perdagangan verslun, viðskipti commercio 商業 상업 prekyba, komercija komercija; tirdzniecība perdagangan handel handel handel سودا ګرى، تجارت، معامله comércio co­merţ коммерция obchod trgovina trgovina handel, varuutbyte การค้าขายสินค้า ticaret 貿易,商業 торгівля, комерція تجارت thương mại 贸易

commercial ( kəˈməːʃəl ) adjective

1. connected with commerce. Private cars are allowed to use this road but not commercial vehicles. kommersiële تِجاري търговски comercial obchodní, užitkové Geschäfts-. erhvervsmæssig; handels-; forretningsmæssig εμπορικός comercial kauba-, kaubanduslik بازرگانی kauppa- commercial מסחרי व्यापारिक trgovinski, trgovački kereskedelmi komersial viðskipta- commerciale 商業の 상업적인 prekybinis, krovininis komerciāls; tirdzniecības- kenderaan perdagangan handels- handels-. forretnings-. kommersiell handlowy تجارتى، دسوداګرۍ comercial co­mercial грузовой obchodný trgovski komercijalan kommersiell, yrkesmässig เกี่ยวกับการค้า ticarî 商業的 торговельний, комерційний تجارتی thuộc thương mại 商务的

2. (likely to be) profitable. a commercial proposition. handel مُربح تِجاريّا комерсиален rentável obchodnický kaufmännisch indbringende εμπορικός. επικερδής rentable tulus سودمند liiketoiminnallinen d’affaires מסחרי व्यवसायिक poslovni nyereséges menguntungkan vænlegur commerciale 営利の 이익이 되는 pelningas, pelną žadantis rentabls membawa keuntungan zakelijk innbringende. kommersiell korzystny. dochodowy گتونکی rentável profitabil, comercial коммерческий obchodnícky donosen poslovni affärsmässig ซึ่งมีจุดประสงค์เพื่อหวังกำไร kârlı (可能)獲利的 вигідний امکانی طور پر منافع بخش có lãi 获利的

3. paid for by advertisements. commercial television. kommersiële تِجاري،مَدْفوع التَّكاليفُ من الأعْلانات التِّجاريّه издържащ се от реклами comercial komerční Werbe-. reklame- εμπορικός. ιδιωτικός comercial kommerts- خصوصی؛ انتفاعی kaupallinen commercial שִידוּר מִסחָרִי विज्ञापन से अदायगी komercijalni kereskedelmi komersial fjármagnaður af auglÿsanda, auglÿsinga- commerciale 広告の 광고에 의한 komercinis komercijas-; reklāmas- komersil commercieel reklame- opłacany z reklam شخصی comercial comercial коммерческий komerčný komercialen komercijalan reklamfinansierad, kommersiell จ่ายโดยการโฆษณา radyo/televizyon reklâmı 廣告付費的 комерційний اشتہاروں سے آمدنی buổi phát thanh quảng cáo 广告付费的

a TV or radio advertisement. I enjoyed the play but the commercials irritated me. advertensies, reklame إعْلان تِجاري тел./рад. реклама comerciais reklama die Werbung reklame διαφήμιση anuncio reklaam آگهی بازرگانی mainos publicité פרסומת विज्ञापन reklama reklám iklan sjónvarp– eða útvarpsauglÿsing pubblicità コマーシャルの 광고 reklama reklāmraidījums iklan reclamespot reklame reklama د سوداګړی اعلانونه anúncio reclamă реклама reklama reklama reklama reklam โฆษณาทางโทรทัศน์หรือวิทยุ reklâm 電視或廣播廣告 реклама ڑی وی یا ریڈیو کا اشتہار sự quảng cáo trên truyền hình hoặc đài phát thanh 电视或广播广告

commercialize. commercialise ( kəˈməːʃəlaiz ) verb

to try to make (something) a source of profit. Christmas has become commercialized. kommersialiseer يَجْعَلُهُ تِجاريّا използвам за търговски цели comercializar (z)komercionalizovat vermarkten gå forretning i; kommercialisere εμπορευματοποιώ comercializar äriks muutma بصورت تجاری در آوردن kaupallistua commercialiser מְמוּסחַר व्यवसायिकरण komercijalizirati üzleti alapokra helyez mengkomersilkan gera að einskærri söluvöru commercializzare 商業化する 상업화하다 paversti pelno šaltiniu pārvērst par peļņas avotu; komercializēt memperdagangkan vercommercialiseren kommersialisere komercjalizować تجارتى كولك تجارتى كېدل (دګټى دپاره comercializar a transforma într-o afacere превращать в источник дохода skomercializovať komercializirati komercijalizovati kommersialisera ทำเพื่อผลกำไรเป็นหลัก kazanç işi hâline getirilen 商業化 комерціалізувати thương mại hóa 商业化

commercialism ( kəˈməːʃəlizəm ) noun

kommersialisme الكَسْبُ التِّجاري комерсиалност comercialismo komercialismus der Kommerzialismus handel; kommercialisme εμπορευματοποίηση mercantilismo kaubanduslikkus تجارت گرایی kaupallisuus mercantilisme מִסחָרִיוּת व्यवसायवाद komercijalizam, trgovački duh üzleti szellem komersialisme kaupsÿsla, verslunarstefna mercantilismo 商業主義 상업화 komercializmas komerciālisms perdagangan commercialisering kommersiell utnytting. kjøpmannsånd komercjalizm سوداگری comercialismo mer­can­tilism коммерциализация komercializmus trgovski duh komercijalizam kommersialism ระเบียบปฏิบัติการเพื่อการพาณิชย์ işi ticarete dökme 商業主義 вираз, що вживається в комерції کسی چیز کو منافع بخش بنانا tính thương mại 商业主义

a travelling representative of a business firm. handeldrywende reisiger وَكيل تِجاري مُتَجَوِّل търговски пътник caixeiro viajante obchodní cestující der Handlungsreisende handelsrejsende περιοδεύων εμπορικός αντιπρόσωπος viajante de comercio proovireisija فروشندۀ سیار edustaja voyageur/-euse de commerce סוֹכֵן נוֹסֵע व्यवसायिक प्रतिनिधि trgovački putnik kereskedelmi utazó pedagang keliling farandsali rappresentante di commercio. commesso viaggiatore 販売外交員 외판원 komivojažierius komivojažieris jurujual kembara handelsreiziger handelsreisende agent podróżujący د سیار خرڅونکی caixeiro viajante comis-voiajor коммивояжёр obchodný cestujúci trgovski potnik trgovački putnik handelsresande ผู้แทนเจรจาการค้า gezici satış memuru (公司行號的)外務員 комівояжер کسی کاروباری ادارے کا نمائندہ người đi chào hàng 旅行推销员

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The Boys’ Home was the best hotel on our branch of the Burlington, and all the commercial travellers in that territory tried to get into Black Hawk for Sunday.

But there was something pitifully small in this old Pyncheon’s mode of setting about his commercial operations; it was whispered, that, with his own hands, all beruffled as they were, he used to give change for a shilling, and would turn a half-penny twice over, to make sure that it was a good one.

In my native town of Salem, at the head of what, half a century ago, in the days of old King Derby, was a bustling wharf — but which is now burdened with decayed wooden warehouses, and exhibits few or no symptoms of commercial life; except, perhaps, a bark or brig, half-way down its melancholy length, discharging hides; or, nearer at hand, a Nova Scotia schooner, pitching out her cargo of firewood — at the head, I say, of this dilapidated wharf, which the tide often overflows, and along which, at the base and in the rear of the row of buildings, the track of many languid years is seen in a border of unthrifty grass — here, with a view from its front windows adown this not very enlivening prospect, and thence across the harbour, stands a spacious edifice of brick.

The uncounted isles of all Polynesia confess the same truth, and do commercial homage to the whale-ship, that cleared the way for the missionary and the merchant, and in many cases carried the primitive missionaries to their first destinations.

In the commercial world it was a Juggernaut car; it wiped out thousands of businesses every year, it drove men to madness and suicide.

In a week or two now, cents, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars, and also a trifle of gold, would be trickling in thin but steady streams all through the commercial veins of the kingdom, and I looked to see this new blood freshen up its life.

This thing of using the common beggar’s trick and the common beggar’s shibboleth to put you on your liberality when you were expecting a simple straightforward commercial transaction, adds a little to your prospering sense of irritation.

I was a sort of commercial traveler myself once,–years ago,–and I like to see the thing well done.

To me it would seem only a commercial exchange, in which each wished to be benefited at the expense of the other.

So he drifted away into the misty commercial future — as aimless, as helpless, as gentleman-like as ever.

Micawber put up, and he occupied a little room in it, partitioned off from the commercial room, and strongly flavoured with tobacco-smoke.

This friend,” I pursued, “is trying to get on in commercial life, but has no money, and finds it difficult and disheartening to make a beginning.



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Vacant Building Enforcement #commercial #property #for #lease #or #sale


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Vacant Building Enforcement

DCRA’s Vacant Building Enforcement Unit (VBE) is charged with investigating and classifying vacant and blighted buildings within the District of Columbia. VBE’s mission is to bring buildings back to productive use. VBE responds to complaints from citizens, Council, and other District agencies and makes a determination of a buildings occupancy status through building surveys. VBE reaches out to owners of vacant buildings, and maintains a list of all vacant and blighted buildings within the District of Columbia. This list is used by the Office of Tax and Revenue in reclassifying vacant buildings to the higher property tax rate of Class 3 (vacant) or Class 4 (blighted), as mandated in the DC Official Code.

If you own a vacant building, have been contacted by VBE, or want to report a vacant building, please follow one of the links below:

To register your building or appeal for an exemption or “occupied” status, refer to one of the following pages:

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Buying Government Surplus #commercial #apeal


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You have your business, but now you need supplies. Purchasing surplus goods from the government is an easy and affordable way to equip your new and expanding business. From computers to cars to gently used medical equipment, just about anything you can think of that your business might need is sold by the government at or below cost, or fair market value.

A Small Business Guide to Government Auctions and Sales

When a federal or state agency has extra equipment, seized goods, or forecloses on a piece of property, the goods are either transferred to another government agency or sold to the public. These items are sold “as is” by auction or negotiated sale, either online, in-person or both. Online auctions work much the same way as other auction sites, such as eBay. You visit an agency’s auction site, register your name and place your bid.

Unlike most state governments, there is no single online auction web site in the federal government. Federal agencies responsible for disposing of excess government property, such as the General Services Administration (GSA) or Department of Defense (DoD), have their own auction sites. Federal law enforcement agencies also run auction sites for seized property.

The following websites offer government surplus goods and real estate for sale.

  • GovSales.gov
    This resource aims to help you find everything you need for your small business in one place. It catalogs most surplus items and real estate for sale by the federal government, from cars and commercial real estate to furniture, computers and office equipment.
  • Military Surplus
    Offers excess/surplus property received from U.S. military services, sold by the U.S. Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service. Items include furniture, appliances, camping gear, vehicles, computers, office supplies and radios.
  • U.S. Marshals Service – Seized Asset Information
    Sells property to the public that has been seized by federal law enforcement agencies. The property for sale can be residential and commercial real estate, business establishments, and a variety of personal property such as motor vehicles, boats, aircraft, jewelry, art, antiques and collectibles.
  • U.S. Treasury – Seized Vehicles Sales
    Lists vehicle auctions that take place in a variety of states. U.S. Treasury seized vehicles are usually offered for sale at the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Edison, New Jersey; Los Angeles, California; El Paso, Texas; Nogales, Arizona; and Chula Vista, California auction sales centers.
  • U.S. Treasury – IRS
    Offers properties that have been seized due to tax defaults at the IRS auction.
  • Bid4Assets
    Enables you to bid on a wide variety of forfeited, surplus, tax-defaulted and foreclosed property online using Bid4Assets’ online auction marketplace. Federal, state and local government agencies selling goods on the site include the U.S. Marshall Service, U.S. Dept. of Treasury, U.S. Dept. of Energy, the State of New Jersey and more than 40 counties nationwide.

Guides to Government Auctions

  • Guide to Federal Government Sales: Consumer Tips
    Offers a tip sheet from the General Services Administration (GSA) so that you know what to expect at government sales or auctions and how to buy.
  • Government Auctions and Sales by Agency
    Provides a full list of online retail stores and auctions run by U.S. government agencies.
  • State and Local Surplus Property
    Identifies more surplus property sales and auctions run by state and local governments.


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Here – s How to Buy Vacant Property from the City for $1 – Curbed Philly #what #is #a #commercial #product


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Here’s How to Buy Vacant Property from the City for $1

The Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority finally started putting its holdings up for sale publicly last May. What does that mean for you? If you’re looking for a place to build a new house. rehab a crumbling vacant property, or if you just want a yard next door, you’re in luck. Though the process is a little convoluted, there are great properties for very low prices available, and if you’re willing to go through the extra hassle. buying from the city is a great option.

How to Search: The PRA does offer some of its holdings through brokers, via its “Featured Properties” program, but most of its holdings are simply put down on a list. If you have a specific lot in mind, you can search at the PRA website. However, if you’re just browsing, the process is a little more difficult. The PRA does have a map of all its available holdings, but the only information available is the street address, which means you can either plug it into Google Maps and check out a street view, or scout the old fashioned way and visit the property yourself. All the properties are sold as-is, and there’s no chance you’re getting a tour of any structures on the property, so you’ll have to evaluate any buildings from the outside.

How to Buy: If you’re buying one of the PRA Featured Properties, you might go through a broker, or, if the property is particularly high profile, you might have to submit a response to a Request for Proposals detailing how you would execute the city’s vision for the property. However, most PRA properties are bought directly from the PRA, so there’s some extra paperwork involved for the buyer. The first step is to submit an online “Expression of Interest” by clicking on a property’s listing. You will be asked to submit basic information about yourself, as well as a general outline of your plans for the property and how you expect to finance them. Then, you will need to fill out a Tax Status Disclosure Form. so that the city can ensure you don’t have any liens on any of your current properties, and that you’ve never been involved in a crime-related foreclosure. The City Council representative for the district the property falls in will need to approve the sale, and you can petition for their support if you want. At some point, the city will call you up, and ask for additional information if they need it, and review. If they approve your request, they will send an agreement to be signed, which you will need to send back with a “good faith deposit.”

How to Buy for $1: The city offers homeowners with vacant lots adjacent to their property the opportunity to turn those lots into sideyards that they own. If the property is valued at less than $15,000, shares a border with your property, and is less than 3,000 sq ft, you may be able to buy it for a dollar. It should be noted, however, that total costs will probably run you about $1000, once all the fees for the transaction are added up.
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