Meaning of commercialization in English:


Pronunciation /kəˌməːʃəlʌɪˈzeɪʃn/

Translate commercialization into Spanish


(also British commercialisation)
mass noun
  • The process of managing or running something principally for financial gain.

    ‘the escalating commercialization of athletics’
    • ‘rapid commercialization across the art world’
    • ‘He once let the artist close his gallery for a month to protest the commercialization of art.’
    • ‘The commercialization of the university is a serious threat.’
    • ‘With commercialization, the box office directly determines the financial state of a film studio.’
    • ‘The council reported that he had provided a compelling case to give the green light for carefully managed commercialization.’
    • ‘The 20th century saw an ever-increasing institutionalization and commercialization of music.’
    • ‘In the early 1850s, the photographic medium was new, open, and free from commercialization.’
    • ‘Renovated pilot plants will serve as a bridge between invention and commercialization.’
    • ‘This brings the company one step closer to the country's first commercialization of a drug-producing food crop.’
    • ‘The public dialogue reported general unease and little support for early commercialization of genetically modified crops.’
    • ‘We all benefit from policies that encourage entrepreneurial spirit and assist the commercialization of new technologies.’