Commission：[kə’mɪʃn] 商务短语搭配：on commission/in commission/out of commission/commission sb to do sth
常用语义：A group of people who have been given the offical job of finding out about something or controlling something. （委员会）
商务语义1：An extra amount of money that is paid to a person or organization according to the value of the goods they have sold or the services they have provided; or the amount of money that is charged by a bank. （佣金、手续费）
Woman: I expect we both need to talk to a recruitment consultant in the near future.
Man: They are the ones with the contacts…
Woman: Mm-hm, yeah, but often in a specialized field… I mean more that they’re in a position to make you see what employers actually require… you know, take you out of your dream world…
Woman: … and get you into the business of focusing the value of what you offer more precisely onto what a company’s looking for. Though their commission can be sky-high.
商务语义2：To formally ask someone to write an offical report, produce a work of art for you etc（委托）
用例：The survey on consume taste was commissioned by local stores. （消费者口味调查是由当地商店委托进行的）