Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
commission /kə'miʃn/
  • danh từ
    • lệnh, mệnh lệnh
    • nhiệm vụ, phận sự
      • to be on the commission: đang thi hành nhiệm vụ (của một quan toà)
    • sự uỷ nhiệm, sự uỷ thác; công việc uỷ nhiệm, công việc uỷ thác
      • in commission: được uỷ nhiệm
    • hội đồng uỷ ban
      • commission of inquiry: hội đồng (uỷ ban) điều tra
      • to put an offices in commission: đặt một cơ quan dưới sự quản lý của một hội đồng
    • tiền hoa hồng
      • sale on commission: sự bán hàng ăn tiền hoa hồng
    • sự phạm, sự can phạm
      • the commission of a crime: sự phạm tội
    • (quân sự) bằng phong các cấp sĩ quan
    • (hàng hải) sự trang bị vũ khí
      • to be in commission: đã được trang bị đầy đủ, sẵn sàng chiến đấu (tàu chiến)
      • to be out of commission: không được trang bị đầy đủ, không sẵn sàng chiến đấu (tàu chiến)
  • ngoại động từ
    • uỷ nhiệm, uỷ thác
      • to commission someone to do something: uỷ thác ai làm việc gì
    • (hàng hải) ra lênh (cho một chiếc tàu) gia nhập đội tàu thường trực; bổ nhiêm (một sĩ quan) chỉ huy tàu chiến; nhận chức chỉ huy (một chiếc tàu)
    • đặt làm, đặt mua (một bức tranh...)
Concise Dictionary
+a special group delegated to consider some matter
+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)
+the act of granting authority to undertake certain functions
+the state of being in good working order and ready for operation
+a group of representatives or delegates
+a formal statement of a command or injunction to do something
+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
+put into commission; equip for service; of ships
+place an order for
+charge with a task

Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
official group
1 (often Commission) [C] an official group of people who have been given responsibility to control sth, or to find out about sth, usually for the government: the European Commission + (BrE) The government has set up a commission of inquiry into the disturbances at the prison. + a commission on human rights
2 [U, C] an amount of money that is paid to sb for selling goods and which increases with the amount of goods that are sold: You get a 10% commission on everything you sell. + He earned £2 000 in commission last month. + In this job you work on commission (= are paid according to the amount you sell).
3 [U] an amount of money that is charged by a bank, etc. for providing a particular service: One per cent commission is charged for cashing traveller's cheques.
for art / music, etc.
4 [C] a formal request to sb to design or make a piece of work such as a building or a painting: a commission to design the new parliament building
in armed forces
5 [C] an officer's position in the armed forces: He resigned his commission when he got married.
of crime
6 [U] (formal) the act of doing sth wrong or illegal: the commission of a crime
Idioms: in / out of commission available/not available to be used: Several of the airline's planes are temporarily out of commission and undergoing safety checks.
+ verb
piece of art / music, etc.
1 to officially ask sb to write, make or create sth or to do a task for you: [VN to inf] She has been commissioned to write a new national anthem. + [VN] Publishers have commissioned a French translation of the book. + The survey on consumer taste was commissioned by local stores.
in armed forces
2 [usually passive] ~ sb (as) sth to choose sb as an officer in one of the armed forces: [VN] She was commissioned in 1992. + [VN-N] He has just been commissioned (as a) pilot officer.
Collocation Dictionary

1 asking sb to do a piece of work for you


private, public


accept, get, receive
I have received a private commission to paint the prince's family.
| give sb

2 official group asked to report on sth


international, national | joint | independent | government, judicial, official, parliamentary, royal | permanent, standing | special | roving | working | economic, election, electoral, fact-finding, investigating, investigative, planning


appoint, establish, set up
The government has set up a joint commission to consider the problem.
| chair, head, preside over


~ for
the commission for racial equality
| ~ on
a commission on domestic violence


a commission of enquiry

3 money for selling sth/providing a service


big, high | small | fixed


earn, get, receive | pay | charge
That bank charges a high commission for cashing traveller's cheques.
| deduct


in ~
She earned £2,000 in commission last month.
| on ~
Most of the salespeople are on commission.
| ~ for/on
They get a 10% commission on every encyclopedia they sell.


on a commission basis
to work on a commission basis



specially commissioned works


The report was commissioned from scientists in five countries.

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