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an amount of money, typically a set of percentage of value involved, paid to an agent in a commercail transation.ghqiuyun wrote:"commission"
Eg: Bank commission over perticular transations
Group of people appointed for a specific function.ghqiuyun wrote:"committee"
They are those people who work for goodwill of the organisation
Eg: committee at church or school
The meaning entirely depends on how the word is used in a sentence. In the instances you quote. A Commission is usually set up by an authoritive body to look at a matter or matters. A Committee is usually a body voted by members to look after the affairs of something like a Club.ghqiuyun wrote:What's the difference between "commission" and "committee"? Would you please tell me ? Thank you!
Example: The Government would set up a Commission to look into the effects of say Global Warming and then report back to them. A Yacht Club would appoint members to a Committee to run the day to day affairs of the club.