Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Commission"

The meaning of "Commission" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does commission(verb,noun) mean?
A:


commission





noun

1.

an official group of people who are asked to find out about something



example : A Commission was appointed to investigate the causes of the accident.


2.

money that you get for selling something


example : the company's agents get 10% commission on everything they sell.



as verb

to ask an artist, writer, etc. to do a piece of work



example : to commission an architect to design a building



Q: What does earn a commission mean?
A: Instead of getting paid in regular paychecks, sometimes you can earn a commission. It basically means you're paid each time you do your job. Many artists are paid by commission!

For example, if you draw portraits, you will be paid for every portrait you draw. You're earning a commission!
Q: What does commission a feasibility study mean?
A: A "feasibility study" is a study to see whether or not something can be done. To commission a feasibility study means to pay someone (or a group of people) to do a feasibility study.
Q: What does out of commission mean?
A: "Broken", "unable to function", "out of order".

"I think my T.V. is out of commission, the sound doesn't work!"
"There's no more candy in the vending machine... it's totally out of commission."
"Ichiro broke his arm, so he is out of commission this baseball season."
Q: What does commissioned mean?
A: I think it means given like an order given

Example sentences using "Commission"

Q: Please show me example sentences with commission.
A: thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with commission.
A: You have to pay commission to your broker if you buy shares of stock in a company.
Q: Please show me example sentences with commission.
A: I don't know if these are common expressions, but here are some example sentences:
http://skellm.sketchengine.co.uk/run.cgi/concordance?lpos=&query=commission

Synonyms of "Commission" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between commission and entrustment and consignment ?
A: I think commission is an order for someone to do something and get paid.
Entrustment is to charge or invest with a trust or responsibility; charge with a specified office or duty involving trust: We entrusted him with our lives.
Consignment is a batch of goods destined for or delivered to someone.
Q: What is the difference between commission and fee and charge ?
A: Commission: Additional pay for extra things someone sells, and it's used to motivate salespeople.
Fee: A payment made to a person/company for services.
Charge: A price asked for goods or services.
Q: What is the difference between commission and committee and council ?
A:

Okay, let's try this source.

https://painintheenglish.com/case/3801

As this source points out, “committee” and “commission” seem to have some overlap between them. But a commission does not have a single, permanent administrator, and it does not have any independent or constitutional authority of its own. It operates under the authority of another part of the government.

So, let me ask you this. Do any of the 委員会 have a single, permanent administrator? Do any of them have any independent or constitutional authority of their own? This might help in distinguishing between them.
Q: What is the difference between commission and committee ?
A: the committee is a group that manages a company or group of people, and a commission are several peoplein charge of a specific job, within de same company.
Q: What is the difference between commission and committee ?
A: A commission is an order or a request for something to happen.
For example, to commission a painting means to order a painting from someone.
A committee is a group of people usually tasked with solving a problem, or another kind of goal. For example, a Student's Committee is a group of students who work together to solve problems or plan events for a school.

Translations of "Commission"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Ура, выходные! Я могу приступать к commission
A: Yay, it's the weekend! I can start on a/the commission.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what's does I don't do commissions means (oque significa isso ai que acabei que colocar)
A: Commissions are artworks that you pay to have made.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? commission, incompetence, flexibility and premonition.
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Other questions about "Commission"

Q: I would like to know about when you can pay for the commission. Does this sound natural?
A: × I would like to know about when you can pay for the commission.
✓ I would like to know (about) when can you pay for the commission.

Putting ‘can’ before ‘you’ in this makes it sound more like a question. Having ‘you’ before ‘can’ makes it more like a statement. For example, I would ask ‘When can you go to the store?’ and as a statement I would say ‘When you can go to the store, please don’t forget to buy milk.’

The ‘about’ can make it seems a little passive aggressive, or at least a little impatient or rough. A softer way to ask it would be something like this

‘When would you be able to pay for this commission

Or

‘I would like to know when could you pay for this commission.’
Q: If you would like to commission me, please visit *URL* for an application. Does this sound natural?
A: This sounds very natural!
Q: I will send you ''a or an'' updated commission for you. Does this sound natural?
A: an

when the sound after has a vowel sound(a e i o u;not a y sound) then an is used.
Q: Skilled to test and commission different types of ... Does this sound natural?
A: Skilled in testing and commissioning different types of ...
Q: "Thank you for taking on my commission!" (Art wise) Does this sound natural?
A: i would say: thank you for the commission

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