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speaking engagement

noun [C] uk   us   formal
an occasion when you have been asked to give a formal talk about something: He knows a lot about the history of this area, so he has many speaking engagements at local clubs and societies.
Translations of “speaking engagement”
in Chinese (Traditional) 受邀演講(這種情況是你獲邀就某事正式演說)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 作报告(这种情况是你被请去作关于某事的正式讲话)…
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