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agent ['eɪʤ(ə)nt] n
gen. agent; agentka f; faktor m; pełnomocnik upoważniona osoba; pośredniczka f; pośrednik m; środek
agric. czynnik m
chem. czynnik to
proced.law. przedstawiciel
intelligence agent ['eɪʤ(ə)nt] n
gen. wywiadowca m
 English thesaurus
agent ['eɪʤ(ə)nt] n
cinema A person responsible for the professional business dealings of an actor, director, or other artist. An agent typically negotiates the contracts on behalf of the actor or director, and often has some part in selecting or recommending roles for their client.
law someone who has authority to act for another; one who officially represents someone else
law, abbr. agt.
mil., abbr. agt
mil., logist. In intelligence usage, one who is recruited, trained, controlled and employed to obtain and report information. (FRA)
USA In intelligence usage, one who is authorized or instructed to obtain or to assist in obtaining information for intelligence or counterintelligence purposes (JP 2-01.2)
AGENT ['eɪʤ(ə)nt] abbr.
mil. advanced graphite experiments nosetip testing
agent: 439 phrases in 42 subjects
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American usage, not spelling1
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