commerciality

[kuh-mur-shee-al-i-tee]
noun
commercial quality or character; ability to produce a profit: Distributors were concerned about the film's commerciality compared with last year's successful pictures.

Origin:
1860–65; commercial + -ity

anticommerciality, noun
noncommerciality, noun
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commercial (kəˈmɜːʃəl)
 
adj
1.  of, connected with, or engaged in commerce; mercantile
2.  sponsored or paid for by an advertiser: commercial television
3.  having profit as the main aim: commercial music
4.  (of goods, chemicals, etc) of unrefined quality or presentation and produced in bulk for use in industry
 
n
5.  a commercially sponsored advertisement on radio or television
 
commerciality
 
n
 
com'mercially
 
adv

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Example sentences
There has to be a balance between commerciality and disclosure.
And in the future, with additional testing, might demonstrate commerciality.
Commerciality can impact the original contract as well as modifications.
The revised language will help contracting officers make commerciality determinations.
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