agency noun (ORGANIZATION) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "agency" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

agency

noun [C] (ORGANIZATION)
机构
 
 
/ˈeɪ.dʒənt.si/
a business which represents one group of people when dealing with another group
代理机构
an advertising/employment/estate/travel agency
广告(代理)公司/职业介绍所/房地产中介/旅行社
Businesses and enterprises
a government organization
政府专门机构;政府内的局,部,处
an overseas-aid agency
海外援助机构
the Central Intelligence Agency
中央情报局
Government departments and organizations
Translations of “agency”
in Korean 대행사…
in Arabic وِكالة…
in Portuguese agência…
in Catalan agència…
in Japanese 代理店…
in Italian agenzia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 機構, 代理機構, 政府專門機構…
in Russian агентство…
in Turkish ajans, hizmet sağlayan bir iş, büro…
in Polish agencja, biuro, urząd…
(Definition of agency noun (ORGANIZATION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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