- [C]授权,委托 action, task or piece of work given to sb to do
- [C]委员会 a group of people authorized to carry out a task
- [C][U]佣金,回扣 payment to sb for selling goods which increases with the quantity of goods sold
- vt. 委任,委托 give a commission to (a person or group of people)
- a special group delegated to consider some matter;
"a committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours"
- a fee for services rendered based on a percentage of an amount received or collected or agreed to be paid (as distinguished from a salary);
"he works on commission"
- the act of granting authority to undertake certain functions
- the state of being in good working order and ready for operation;
"put the ships into commission"
"the motor was out of commission"
- a group of representatives or delegates
- a formal statement of a command or injunction to do something;
"the judge's charge to the jury"
- an official document issued by a government and conferring on the recipient the rank of an officer in the armed forces
- the act of committing a crime
- a special assignment that is given to a person or group;
"a confidential mission to London"
"his charge was deliver a message"
- put into commission; equip for service; of ships
- place an order for
- charge with a task
- Do not deduct any commission from the consignment value.
- The report was submitted to the commission for consideration.
- He had received the commission to build a new bridge over the river.
- We all approve of the commission of authority to him.
- He was commissioned captain of the United States Air Force.
- Some wartime vessels are still commissioned in that area.
- The musician was commissioned a new symphony for the festival.
The commission for the new theater was given to a well-known architect.
The commission is made up of five people, including two women.
The salesman can get commission on everything he sells.
I commissioned a statue of you.
The king commissioned a portrait of the queen.
The nuclear plant now being built is expected to be commissioned in five years' time.
I was commissioned (as a) general in 1944.
My father commissioned a real estate agent to sell our house.
- in〔into〕 commission
在使用中,服现役 in〔into〕 service
Some wartime vessels are still in commission. 有些战时的军舰仍在服役。
- 在使用中,服现役 in〔into〕 service
- on commission
抽取佣金; 寄售 (earnings) for sales made; selling by posting
Door-to-door salesmen usually have a low basic wage and earn most of their money on commission. 推销员的基本薪资很低,他们挣的大部分钱来自佣金。
The shop sells secondhand goods on commission. 这家店代售旧货。
- 抽取佣金; 寄售 (earnings) for sales made; selling by posting
- out of commission
不在使用中,退役 not in service
With so many ships out of commission how can we win this war? 这么多船不能用,我们怎能打胜仗呢?
不能得到,不能工作 not available; not working
A flat tire put my bicycle out of commission. 车胎跑气使我的自行车无法使用。
- 不在使用中,退役 not in service
- allow〔charge〕 a commission 给予〔收〕回扣
- divide〔pay〕 a commission 分〔付〕佣金
- earn〔get, win〕 a commission 获得委任状
- resign one's commission 辞去职务
- battlefield commission 战场任职令
- commission agent 代办人
- go beyond one's commission 越权
- in commission 服役的,可用的
- on commission 委托
- out of commission 退役的,不能用的
- under commission from 奉…命令
- with a commission from 受…的委任
- commission for … 佣金
- commission of enquiry 调查委员会
- commission of full power 全权委任书
- commission on a sale 销售佣金
Dundee..had summoned all the clans which acknowledged his commission.出自：Ld Macaulay
Giles was commissioned to find a boat.出自：G. Vidal
- ☆ 1344年入英进语，直接源自古典拉丁语的commissionem，意为商务代表团。
- commission:commission n. 委任, 委托, 代办(权), 代理(权), 犯(罪), 佣金vt. 委任, 任命, 委托, 委托制作, 使服役习惯用语come into commission 【军】参加服…