comercio


comercio
m.
1 trade.
comercio de pieles fur trade
libre comercio free trade
comercio electrónico (computing) e-commerce
comercio exterior/interior foreign/domestic trade
comercio justo fair trade
2 shop, store (tienda).
3 shops (British), stores (United States).
el comercio cierra mañana por ser festivo the shops o (British) stores are closed tomorrow because it's a holiday (United States)
4 commerce, trade, dealing, business.
5 commercial institution, business, business establishment, commerce.
6 place of business, shop.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: comerciar.
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comercio
nombre masculino
1 (ocupación) commerce, trade
2 (tienda) shop, store
3 figurado (trato sexual) dealings plural, intercourse
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FRASEOLOGÍA
comercio al por mayor wholesale trade
comercio al por menor retail trade
comercio exterior foreign trade
libre comercio free trade
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noun m.
1) commerce, trade
2) store
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SM
1) (=actividad) trade, commerce

medidas para favorecer el comercio con Francia — measures to promote trade o commerce with France

defensores del libre comercio — champions of free trade

el comercio de textiles — the textile trade

comercio de exportación — export trade

comercio de importación — import trade

comercio E, comercio electrónico — e-commerce

comercio exterior — foreign trade

comercio interior — domestic trade

comercio internacional — international trade

comercio justo — (Com) fair trade

comercio minorista — retail trade

cámara 1., 3)
2) (=tienda) shop, store (EEUU)

¿a qué hora cierran hoy los comercios? — what time do the shops o stores close today?

ha comenzado la huelga del comercio — the shopkeepers' o (EEUU) storekeepers' strike has started

3) (=intercambio)

comercio carnal — sexual intercourse

comercio social — social intercourse

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masculino
a) (actividad) trade

el mundo del comercio — the world of commerce

el comercio de armas/pieles — the arms/fur trade

b) (tiendas)

hoy cierra el comercio — the stores (AmE) o (BrE) shops are closed today

c) (tienda) store (AmE), shop (BrE)
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= business [businesses, -pl.], commerce, shop, store, trade, trading, retailer, commercial outlet, merchandising, trafficking, traffic, parlour [parlor, -USA].
Ex. The treatise arose from Kaiser's work in indexing information relating to business and industry.
Ex. Non-bibliographic data bases are particularly used for businesses and industry to extract information in the fields of business, economics, trade and commerce.
Ex. In strong contrast to, say, television sets and instant coffee, where the consumer may save by shopping around, there is no advantage to be gained by going to one shop rather than another for a book so far as price is concerned.
Ex. The cheapest of these machines costs under $100 and they can be bought in stores, supermarkets and by mail-order.
Ex. Non-bibliographic data bases are particularly used for businesses and industry to extract information in the fields of business, economics, trade and commerce.
Ex. The detailed analysis of the figures of turnover for 1979 give only a cross-sectional analysis of one year's trading.
Ex. Nowadays there is a clear three-part division of the book trade into publishers, wholesalers, printers, and retailers, but in the hand-press period the functions of book traders overlapped to a much greater extent.
Ex. People do not come to the public library for alternative material to the high street commercial outlet.
Ex. Another main trend emerging is merchandising, where the public library is set up in a similar way to a retail store with items on sale.
Ex. The author calls for state and federal laws to make the trafficking in fraudulently obtained subscriber IDs and Passwords.
Ex. She wrote for the daily press on the manners and morals of society, on the plight of London's working women and children, and on the international traffic in women.
Ex. This article focuses especially on cultural practices that encourage reading in social settings, including the school, Sunday school, public library, and domestic parlour.
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* Acuerdo General sobre Aranceles y Comercio (GATT) = General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
* cadena de comercios = retail chain.
* cajero de comercio = checkout cashier.
* cámara de comercio = chamber of commerce.
* comercio agrícola = agribusiness.
* comercio de armas = arms trade.
* comercio de drogas = drug trade.
* comercio de esclavos = slave trade.
* comercio de la música = music trade.
* comercio del libro = bookselling [book selling], book trade [booktrade].
* comercio del libro, el = book business, the.
* comercio de pieles = fur trade.
* comercio electrónico = electronic commerce (e-commerce), electronic business (e-business), online business.
* comercio en línea = online business.
* comercio exterior = foreign trade.
* comercio internacional = world trade, international trade, international business.
* comercio justo = fair trade.
* comercio sexual = sex trade.
* Comisión Federal de Comercio = Federal Trade Commission.
* Denominación de Productos para las Estadísticas del Comercio Externo de la = Nomenclature of Goods for the External Trade Statistics of the Community and Statistics of Trade between Member States (NIMEXE).
* directivo del comercio minorista = retail executive.
* EFTA, la (Asociación Europea para el Libre Comercio) = EFTA (European Free Trade Association).
* libre comercio = free trade, free movement of goods.
* Ministerio de Comercio = Department of Trade.
* Ministerio de Comercio e Industria = Department of Trade and Industry.
* mundo del comercio del libro = book-trade life.
* Oficina para el Mejor Comercio = Better Business Bureau.
* Organización Mundial para el Comercio = World Trade Organization (WTO).
* paso del comercio = flow of commerce.
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masculino
a) (actividad) trade

el mundo del comercio — the world of commerce

el comercio de armas/pieles — the arms/fur trade

b) (tiendas)

hoy cierra el comercio — the stores (AmE) o (BrE) shops are closed today

c) (tienda) store (AmE), shop (BrE)
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= business [businesses, -pl.], commerce, shop, store, trade, trading, retailer, commercial outlet, merchandising, trafficking, traffic, parlour [parlor, -USA].

Ex: The treatise arose from Kaiser's work in indexing information relating to business and industry.

Ex: Non-bibliographic data bases are particularly used for businesses and industry to extract information in the fields of business, economics, trade and commerce.
Ex: In strong contrast to, say, television sets and instant coffee, where the consumer may save by shopping around, there is no advantage to be gained by going to one shop rather than another for a book so far as price is concerned.
Ex: The cheapest of these machines costs under $100 and they can be bought in stores, supermarkets and by mail-order.
Ex: Non-bibliographic data bases are particularly used for businesses and industry to extract information in the fields of business, economics, trade and commerce.
Ex: The detailed analysis of the figures of turnover for 1979 give only a cross-sectional analysis of one year's trading.
Ex: Nowadays there is a clear three-part division of the book trade into publishers, wholesalers, printers, and retailers, but in the hand-press period the functions of book traders overlapped to a much greater extent.
Ex: People do not come to the public library for alternative material to the high street commercial outlet.
Ex: Another main trend emerging is merchandising, where the public library is set up in a similar way to a retail store with items on sale.
Ex: The author calls for state and federal laws to make the trafficking in fraudulently obtained subscriber IDs and Passwords.
Ex: She wrote for the daily press on the manners and morals of society, on the plight of London's working women and children, and on the international traffic in women.
Ex: This article focuses especially on cultural practices that encourage reading in social settings, including the school, Sunday school, public library, and domestic parlour.
* Acuerdo General sobre Aranceles y Comercio (GATT) = General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT).
* cadena de comercios = retail chain.
* cajero de comercio = checkout cashier.
* cámara de comercio = chamber of commerce.
* comercio agrícola = agribusiness.
* comercio de armas = arms trade.
* comercio de drogas = drug trade.
* comercio de esclavos = slave trade.
* comercio de la música = music trade.
* comercio del libro = bookselling [book selling], book trade [booktrade].
* comercio del libro, el = book business, the.
* comercio de pieles = fur trade.
* comercio electrónico = electronic commerce (e-commerce), electronic business (e-business), online business.
* comercio en línea = online business.
* comercio exterior = foreign trade.
* comercio internacional = world trade, international trade, international business.
* comercio justo = fair trade.
* comercio sexual = sex trade.
* Comisión Federal de Comercio = Federal Trade Commission.
* Denominación de Productos para las Estadísticas del Comercio Externo de la = Nomenclature of Goods for the External Trade Statistics of the Community and Statistics of Trade between Member States (NIMEXE).
* directivo del comercio minorista = retail executive.
* EFTA, la (Asociación Europea para el Libre Comercio) = EFTA (European Free Trade Association).
* libre comercio = free trade, free movement of goods.
* Ministerio de Comercio = Department of Trade.
* Ministerio de Comercio e Industria = Department of Trade and Industry.
* mundo del comercio del libro = book-trade life.
* Oficina para el Mejor Comercio = Better Business Bureau.
* Organización Mundial para el Comercio = World Trade Organization (WTO).
* paso del comercio = flow of commerce.

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comercio
masculine
1 (actividad) trade
durante este período se desarrolló el comercio entre los dos países during this period trade between the two countries developed
el mundo del comercio the world of commerce, the business world
el comercio de armas/pieles the arms/fur trade
libre1 (↑ libre (1))
2
(conjunto de establecimientos): hoy cierra el comercio the stores (AmE) o (BrE) shops are closed today
el comercio no secundó la huelga the storekeepers (AmE) o (BrE) shopkeepers did not support the strike
3 (tienda) store (AmE), shop (BrE)
Compuestos:
comercio carnal
sexual intercourse
comercio electrónico
e-commerce
comercio exterior
foreign trade
comercio interior
domestic trade
comercio justo
(Econ) fair trade
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Del verbo comerciar: (conjugate comerciar)

comercio es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

comerció es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
comerciar    
comercio
comerciar (conjugate comerciar) verbo intransitivo
to trade, do business;
comercio en algo to trade o deal in sth
comercio sustantivo masculino
a) (actividad) trade;

el comercio de armas the arms trade;

el mundo del comercio the world of commerce
b) (tiendas):

hoy cierra el comercio the stores (AmE) o (BrE) shops are closed today

c) (tienda) store (AmE), shop (BrE)

comerciar verbo intransitivo to trade: comercian con antigüedades, they trade in antiques
comercio sustantivo masculino
1 (establecimiento) shop
2 (relación) commerce, trade
comercio exterior, foreign trade
comercio interior, domestic trade
'comercio' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cámara
- cambiar
- interior
- libertad
- local
- minorista
- mostrador
- mundial
- recaudación
- red
- rótulo
- abierto
- abrir
- cerrar
- cuenta
- exterior
- falluca
- impulsar
- impulso
- liberalizar
- libre
- marítimo
- propietario
- subdirector
- sucursal
English:
arm's length
- brisk
- business
- Chamber of Commerce
- commerce
- develop
- development
- DTI
- embargo
- export
- free trade
- FTC
- overseas
- promote
- promotion
- slave-trade
- trade
- trading
- trading nation
- wholesale trade
- chamber
- e-commerce
- free
- good
- shop
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comercio nm
1. [de productos] trade;
comercio de aceite/esclavos oil/slave trade;
libre comercio free trade
Comp
Informát comercio electrónico e-commerce;
comercio exterior foreign trade;
comercio interior domestic trade;
comercio internacional international trade;
comercio justo fair trade
2. [actividad] business, commerce
Comp
comercio mayorista wholesale trade;
comercio minorista retail trade
3. [tienda] shop, store
Comp
comercio on-line o en línea on-line shop
4. [conjunto de tiendas] Br shops, US stores;
el comercio cierra mañana por ser festivo the Br shops o US stores are closed tomorrow because it's a holiday
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comercio
m
1 actividad trade; fig
dealings pl ;
libre comercio free trade
2 local store, shop
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comercio nm
1) : commerce, trade
2) negocio: business, place of business
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comercio n
1. (negocio) trade
el comercio de los automóviles the car trade
2. (tienda) shop
algunos comercios cierran los sábados por la tarde some shops shut on Saturday afternoons
3. (conjunto de tiendas) shops
el comercio del centro the shops in the town centre

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