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  1. commission

    • IPA[kəˈmiSHən]

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    • n.
      an instruction, command, or duty given to a person or group of people;an order for something, especially a work of art, to be produced
    • v.
      give an order for or authorize the production of (something such as a building, piece of equipment, or work of art);order or authorize (a person or organization) to do or produce something
    • noun: commission, plural noun: commissions

    • verb: commission, 3rd person present: commissions, gerund or present participle: commissioning, past tense: commissioned, past participle: commissioned

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an instruction, command, or duty given to a person or group of people:

      he received a commission to act as an informer

      his commission to redesign the building

    • 2. an order for something, especially a work of art, to be produced:

      Mozart at last received a commission to write an opera

    • 3. a work produced in response to a commission:

      in that year Zeuxis painted his most famous commission

    • 4. the authority to perform a task or certain duties:

      the divine Commission of Christ

    • 5. a group of people officially charged with a particular function:

      the United Nations High Commission for Refugees

    • 6. an amount of money, typically a set percentage of the value involved, paid to an agent in a commercial transaction:

      foreign banks may charge a commission

      he sold cosmetics on commission

    • 7. a warrant conferring the rank of officer in an army, navy, or air force:

      he has resigned his commission

    • 8. the action of committing a crime or offense:

      use of a deadly weapon in the commission of a felony

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give an order for or authorize the production of (something such as a building, piece of equipment, or work of art):

      the portrait was commissioned by his widow in 1792

    • 2. order or authorize (a person or organization) to do or produce something:

      they commissioned an architect to manage the building project

    • 3. bring (something newly produced, such as a factory or machine) into working condition:

      we had a few hiccups getting the heating equipment commissioned

    • 4. bring (a warship) into readiness for active service:

      the aircraft carrier

    • 5. appoint (someone) to the rank of officer in the armed services:

      he was commissioned after attending midshipman school

    • adj. (especially of a work of art) produced specially to order:

    • she was painting commissioned portraits in her late teens

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    • adj. (especially of a work of art) produced specially to order:

    • she was painting commissioned portraits in her late teens

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    • ph. a group, appointed by agreement among the governments of the European Union, which initiates Union action and safeguards its treaties. It meets in Brussels.

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    • in use or in service

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    • adj. (of an officer in the army, navy, or air force) not holding a rank conferred by a commission.

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    • n. an authorization given to someone conducting an inquiry to travel as is necessary.

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    • ph. (in the UK) a board established to control charitable trusts.

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    • n. an embassy of one Commonwealth country in another:

    • the Australian High Commission in Port Vila

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    • IPA[kəˈmɪʃ(ə)n]

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    • n.
      an instruction, command, or role given to a person or group:
    • one of his first commissions was to redesign the Great Exhibition building

      he received a commission to act as an informer

    • v.
      order or authorize the production of (something):
    • the portrait was commissioned by his widow in 1792

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