What Is a Sentence for Commerce?

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To use the word commerce in a sentence, you could say 'Banking is a very common form of commerce in the United States.' The word means an interchange of goods or services. Commerce can also refer to sexual intercourse between two people. 
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What recommends commerce to me is its enterprise and bravery.
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