English → English - commerce

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n. trade, buying and selling
n. commerce, trade, traffic
v. trade, deal, merchandise

English → Spanish - commerce

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s. comercio, compra y venta, compraventa, intercambio de bienes, mercado, trueque

English → French - commerce

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n. commerce, les affaires

English → German - commerce

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n. Handel

English → Indonesian - commerce

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n. perniagaan, perdagangan, niaga, dagang

English → Italian - commerce

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s. commercio; rapporto, contatti

English → Polish - commerce

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n. handel, kupiectwo, styczność, stosunek płciowy

English → Portuguese - commerce

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s. comércio

English → Romanian - commerce

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n. comerţ, afacere, negustorie, relaţii sociale

English → Russian - commerce

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с. торговля, оптовая торговля, коммерция, общение

English → Turkish - commerce

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i. ticaret, iş, alım satım; ilişki; cinsel ilişki

English → Ukrainian - commerce

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n. торгівля, комерція, спілкування

French → English - commerce

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(m) n. commerce, trade, traffic

English → Dutch - commerce

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zn. handel

English → Greek - commerce

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ουσ. εμπόριο

French → German - commerce

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n. handel, handeln, geschäft

French → Russian - commerce

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n. коммерция (m), торговля (m), знакомство (m)

French → Turkish - commerce

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[le] alışveriş, alımsatım, ticaret

English → Arabic - commerce

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‏تبادل تجاري، تجارة، متاجرة، صلا ت إجتماعية‏

English → Chinese - commerce

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(名) 商业, 贸易, 商务

English → Chinese - commerce

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(名) 商業, 貿易, 商務

English → Hindi - commerce

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n. वाणिज्य, तिजारत, व्यापार

English → Japanese - commerce

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(名) 商業; 交際

English → Korean - commerce

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명. 상업, 거래, 사고 팔기

English → Vietnamese - commerce

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n. thương nghiệp, buôn bán, sự giao cấu

Definition of commerce

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Noun
1. The exchange or buying and selling of commodities; especially the exchange of merchandise, on a large scale, between different places or communities; extended trade or traffic.
2. Social intercourse; the dealings of one person or class in society with another; familiarity.
3. Sexual intercourse.
4. A round game at cards, in which the cards are subject to exchange, barter, or trade.
Verb
5. To carry on trade; to traffic.
Beware you commerce not with bankrupts. -B. Jonson.
6. To hold intercourse; to commune.
Commercing with himself. -Tennyson.
Musicians ... taught the people in angelic harmonies to commerce with heaven. -Prof. Wilson.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: commercing
Present: commerce (3.person: commerces)
Past: commerced
Future: will commerce
Present conditional: would commerce
Present Perfect: have commerced (3.person: has commerced)
Past Perfect: had commerced
Future Perfect: will have commerced
Past conditional: would have commerced
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