DICTIONARY

commission

名詞
  • ja

    手数料、歩合

    Globify による定義
  • en

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

    Globify による定義
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I usually get 5% commission but I'll do it for 3%.
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- Friends and family discount. - Make it 5%.
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Miss Wexler, I closed on that nail article.
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You made $400 in commission.
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Perfect.
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So how much do I get paid, $25 a car?
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Paid? You don't get paid.
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Are you kidding? You work on commission.
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You're the manager of your daughters.
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- You get 20% of everything they do. Ten percent. - Ten. But I like your number better.
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You've been criticized for that.
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- Uh-huh. - But that's pretty standard, that a manager would get a commission for the work they do.
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I don't like when my clients call me to help them use the website.
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I'm not seeing commissions on that.
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I hear you Stanley, that is a great observation.
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Problems like that will not happen when we launch Dunder Mifflin Infinity 2.0.
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If I buy physical gold or sell physical gold, I pay a commission to a dealer that's as much as 3.5%.
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And then I have to pay to store it, and then I have to pay to ensure it.
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We are the third largest e-commerce company in China.
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And we only sell our own products through that channel.
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- Yeah. - That allows us to sell direct to consumer.
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We have a direct relationship with a consumer.
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We don't have intermediaries, so we don't have to pay commissions and so on and so forth.
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You see, by forcing every single app developer to use Apple’s store, which charges a 30% commission,
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Apple is effectively extracting economic rent.
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It is not increasing the value of the Spotify music
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or the Audible audiobooks you listen to on your iPhone.
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No, it's just artificially inflating the price of content to the detriment of the consumer.
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    委任、委託

  • en

    a group of people directed to perform a particular duty

  • We're from the Federal Trade Commission.

    From Matchstick Men (2/10) Movie CLIP - Open Window (2003) HD

  • The Florida Wildlife Commission sent us a permit for a gator at a plant nursery.

    From Huge 8ft Long Alligator Spotted On Woman’s Plant Nursery | Gator Boys

  • I once tried to start a commission to try to get more jobs for women in city government.

    From Men Are Better Than Women - Parks and Recreation

  • さらに5つの例を表示
動詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    委託する、依頼する

  • en

    to order or authorize someone or something (like an organization) to do or produce something

  • on, effectively, a sculpture that they have commissioned.

    From Abstract: The Art of Design | Es Devlin: Stage Design | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

  • Yeah, we’re trying to commission a traffic study in Koreatown.

    From Ken Jeong Korean Men's Club - Dr. Ken

  • Now, we actually had 3 pieces commissioned just for this exhibit.

    From Check Out Some of the Coolest Characters at MoPOP! | This Week In Marvel

  • さらに3つの例を表示
名詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    〔委託された〕仕事

  • en

    a piece of work that was requested and paid for by someone

  • And so I got a commission from The New York Times Magazine to write about depression among the indigent.

    From Depression, the secret we share | Andrew Solomon

  • So my shop manager Lee received a commission to build a stool

    From The Strangest Thing Nick Offerman Has Built