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  • v. Alternative spelling of commercialize.

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  • n. same as commercialize.

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  • v. make commercial


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commercial +‎ -ise


  • While denim rules the casual trouser roost, corduroy is not being given the chance to reinvent itself; there is not enough of it on the high street and pitiable attempts to 'commercialise' it (for example, branding cord trousers not as 'cords' but as 'jeans') have not paid off.

    Men's Flair

  • Miriam brokers relationships between external entrepreneurs and internal experts to invent and commercialise sustainable products and services.

    Interview: Miriam Turner, InterfaceFLOR

  • This involves brokering relationships between external entrepreneurs and innovators and our internal experts to successfully invent and commercialise sustainable products and services that customers love.

    Interview: Miriam Turner, InterfaceFLOR

  • The deal is a turning point for the 32-year-old firm poised to commercialise its novel drug programmes.

    Deal Boost for Biocon

  • If it does we will take it up and hopefully commercialise it.

    Sir James Dyson funds £1.4m professorship at Cambridge University

  • The World Bank and its financial allies are already pushing Bangladesh to privatise and commercialise power, water and education, which will leave the poorest people unable to access essential services.

    Why Bangladesh doesn't want climate adaptation loans | Rezaul Karim Chowdhury

  • The popular view of our universities is poisonous: peopled by idle, ivory tower academics who are careless of their students and who only with the greatest of prodding can be induced both to teach and furnish the ideas that industry can commercialise and so drive the economy forward.

    The quest for knowledge is good in itself and helps the country thrive

  • "And this will be the best place in the world to do research into that and commercialise it, if that investment is used properly…"Exactly how the investment will be used is currently being debated.

    Could graphene be the new silicon?

  • Surely we don't have Benedict Arnolds among us who are hoping to commercialise the heat beam, sell uranium to the aliens have we?

    David Horton: Step Away From the Heat Beam

  • High-profile entrepreneurs create and commercialise new technologies such as automobiles and semiconductors -- major innovations that spawn new industries.

    How Governments Should Spur Entrepreneurship


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