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    Commercially speaking Vs commercial speaking

    What is the difference between commercially speaking and commercial speaking?
    Do they have the same meaning or different meaning?
    Which one is correct to use or normally used (if they have the same meaning)?

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    Re: Commercially speaking Vs commercial speaking

    Quote Originally Posted by Piak
    What is the difference between commercially speaking and commercial speaking?
    Do they have the same meaning or different meaning?
    Which one is correct to use or normally used (if they have the same meaning)?

    Thank you.
    Best regards, Piak.
    I am unfamiliar with either commercially speaking or commercial speaking However, commercial speech means (to me) things like marketing and advertising.


    I hope that helps.

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    In BE, 'commercially speaking' would be used to refer to whether a project, etc, made sense financially or in other business terms. 'Commercial speak' is used to refer to the way business people speak, and is generally used negatively.

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    Hi, :D. If you were commercially speaking you would be using phrases, terms and words that are of concern and related to the world of commerce or business. e.g. "Market trends are on the up." "Buy low sell high." "The bulls are to the fore." This would be described, in some parts of the English speaking world as "commercial speak". Your other expression Commercial speaking as a phrase or term does not seem to be in common use.


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    Re: Commercially speaking Vs commercial speaking

    Yes Mr. John is right that Commercial speech is the business talk that one guys is explain about the product and convince to buy it this is only commercial and the next one is commercially speech is speaking with the friend and some other else apart from the business.
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    Re: Commercially speaking Vs commercial speaking

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    Re: Commercially speaking Vs commercial speaking

    Commercally speaking means that speaking in commercial way / manner or from the point of commercial way. Rright?


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    Re: Commercially speaking Vs commercial speaking

    Quote Originally Posted by Adana View Post
    Commercally speaking means that speaking in commercial way / manner or from the point of commercial way. Rright?
    Welcome to the forums.

    As clearly stated above, it means that the discussion is concerned with a project, etc, made sense financially or in other business terms.

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