Adjective(1) of or relating to the economic system of mercantilism(2) profit oriented(3) relating to or characteristic of trade or traders
(1) Despite its great girth, Mr. Chernow's opus is less suitable for more advanced students, particularly those of a mercantile or financial bent.(2) In the old Fort area of Bombay, where the British once had their mercantile offices, is a stately stone building called Bombay House.(3) William did not assume his grandfather's title, which had lapsed on his death, but he did inherit the residue of the baronet's extensive property, and his mercantile and shipbuilding businesses at Kittery.(4) The policy itself, however, was a devastating blow to China's coastal economy and her once thriving maritime mercantile ventures, creating a void later to be filled by the European trading powers.(5) Though not a rich man, my brother had earned a sufficient income in mercantile pursuits.(6) Attracted by the spice trade, English mercantile interests spread first to the Far East.(7) In this respect, A Chaste Maid in Cheapside seems in effect to mirror an early phase of the radical expansion and rise to economic prominence of London's commercial and mercantile estates.(8) The economic infrastructure to support its mercantile potential is not in evidence in Dublin.(9) This close analysis of commercial patterns and practices not only supports the author's thesis about regional identity, it also offers a first-rate case study of mercantile practice on the frontier.(10) Siberian woolly mammoths made their way over the Bering land bridge to the New World long before mercantile ships made the journey.(11) My Mom's garage is sort of like a cool vintage mercantile , but my Mama's so generous, I never have to pay for any of it.(12) As prices fall further, bank loans turn sour, and one or more mercantile houses, banks, discount houses, or brokerages fail.(13) By mercantile usage, a bank has a lien over commercial paper deposited by the customer in the ordinary course of banking business.(14) In the space of a generation we changed from an agrarian to a mercantile culture, from a stay-at-home society to one on the move.(15) It also represents the Min-Yue culture characterized by its contacts with the outside world and great emphasis on mercantile entrepreneurship.(16) The construction of a railroad inspired the establishment of freight and mercantile businesses, and farmers grew fields of hay for horses and other pack animals.
(1) mercantile man :: تاجر
1. commercial ::
2. trade ::
4. business ::
5. merchant ::
6. sales ::
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