commercialised : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make commercial
- s organized principally for financial gain
News & Articles
- New Campagnolo EPS battery expected before September
Campagnolo are closing in on a release date for the new-generation hidden battery and control centre for their EPS electronic gear systems. The new version – which will replace the bulky component often mounted on the down tube, by the bottom bracket – will bring parity between Campagnolo and their rivals, Shimano, who have already commercialised a pen-shaped Dura-Ace 11-speed groupset battery ...
July 4, 2013 - BikeRadar
- Katsuaki Watanabe in AFP
When we first started the research and development of fuel-cell cars, some people predicted that they may be commercialised by around 2010. But that's difficult,Toyota Motor Corp. president Katsuaki Watanabe said.
- Suresh Kalmadi in Times of India
Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Kalmadi said: "I feel that the decision that they (BCCI) will not attend the Asian Games is a problem, because there is no prize money there. Cricket is now become commercialised. They don't play without prize...
- Linda Colley in BBC News
Surely the more crucial issues are that we invented soccer, so feel a proprietorial interest in it,says Colley, speaking to the BBC News website. "And secondly soccer is hyped and commercialised more here than in many other countries. The...