- n.代理人( agent的名词复数 ); 作用者; （起作用或影响的）动因; （化学）剂;
The Advertising Standards Authority accused estate agents of using blatant untruths.
Bonus notices were issued each year from head office to local agents.
Agents will raise the issue of prize-money for next year's world championships.
Travel agents charge 1 per cent commission on sterling cheques.
Agents provocateurs may seek to discredit the opposition.
Press agents are notorious name-droppers.
Agents regularly rounded up suspected subversives.
Federal agents rushed him into a car.
Enemy agents plotted to blow up the plant.
The insurance company should not be held liable for the wrongs of one of its agents.
Crime cases were something that agents solved, and to him the case was everything.
The company is a fully bonded member of the Association of British Travel Agents.
Money can be sent to any one of 22,000 agents worldwide for collection.
We are not free agents; we abide by the decisions of our president.
Briefly, no less than nine of our agents have passed information to us.
Some travel agents are thriving in spite of the economy.
The London Bank and their agents who had been negotiating with the kidnappers have not said whether any amount of money has been paid.
I don't know how many people would have done that; they would have listened to their agents or the studio powers.
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Painters, digital media experts, photographers, booking agents and promoters are hired to sell tickets and promote the event.
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