Convention sales and services and event operation 1 sublease [,sub'lease || ?s?bl??s]n.lease made by a tenant to another person v.sublet, lease to another person property that one is currently leasing from someone else subleases flats to students The Tenant shall not assign, transfer, or sublease any of his rights to or interest in or obligations under this Agreement without the prior written approval of the Landlord.n. 转租vt. 转租, 分租
2 at a profit ?t ? ?prɑf?t [经] 赚钱，获利 They sell it at a profit of a thousand dollars
3 session ?se?n n. 开会，会议；（法庭的）开庭；会期 A session is a meeting of a court, parliament, or other official group 4 billing 'b?l?? n. （节目单或戏院大门上的）演员表；（演员表上的）演员次序；开具账单；营业额 短语身体状况良好 If a doctor gives you a clean bill of health, they tell you that you are fit and healthy
5 premier 'prem??(r) n. 总理；首相 adj. 第一的，首位的；首要的；最先的；最早的 最好的；最佳的；最重要的 Premier is used to describe something that is considered to be the best or most important thing of a particular type.
6 auxiliary ?:g?z?li?ri adj. 辅助的；备用的，补充的；附加的；副的 n. 助动词；辅助者，辅助人员；附属机构，附属团体；辅助设备 An auxiliary is a person who is employed to assist other people in their work. Auxiliaries are often medical workers or members of the armed forces.
7 chairperson ?t?e?p?:s(e)n n. 主席 (会议、委员会等的)主席，会长 The chairperson of a meeting, committee, or organization is the person in charge of it.
8screen skri:n n. 屏幕；银幕；屏风 vt. 筛（煤、矿石等）；拍摄；放映（电影）；庇护 VERB 放映(电影);播放(电视节目) When a film or a television programme is screened, it is shown in the cinema or broadcast on television N-COUNT 屏风;隔板 A screen is a vertical panel which can be moved around. It is used to keep cold air away from part of a room, or to create a smaller area within a room.
9 solicitation/s??l?s.??te?.??n/ noun[Cor U]FORMAL n. 恳求, 恳请, 教唆, 诱惑Solicitation is the act of asking someone for money, help, support, or an opinion
10 chair t?e?(r) n vt. 主持；使…入座；使就任要职 主持(会议);担任(委员会的)主席 If you chair a meeting or a committee, you are the person in charge of it.
11 execute 'eks?kju:t vt. 执行；处死，处决；履行；完成 To execute someone means to kill them as a punishment for a serious crime
12 outsource ?a?ts?:s vt. 外购（指从外国供应商等处获得货物或服务）； 外包（工程） If a company outsources work or things, it pays workers from outside the company to do the work or supply the things
13 encyclopedia ?n?sa?kl?'pi:d?? a reference work (often in several volumes) containing articles on various topics (often arranged in alphabetical order) dealing with the entire range of human knowledge or with some particular
14 periodical ?p??ri??d?kl n. 期刊；杂志 adj. 周期的，定期的；时常发生的；定期发行的，期刊的 Periodicals are magazines, especially serious or academic ones, that are published at regular intervals.
15 second-tier cities telepresence 'tel?prezns n. 远程监控 This paper introduces a master-slave robot system with force and touch telepresence.
16 webinar n. 在线研讨会 flamboyant fl?m'b???nt] 美
[fl?m?b???nt] adj. 艳丽的；火焰似的；过分华丽的 n. 凤凰木；火焰色红花 If you say that someone or something is flamboyant, you mean that they are very noticeable, stylish, and exciting.
17 boutique bu:?ti:k n. （女士）时装店，，精品店；精品店 A boutique is a small shop that sells fashionable clothes, shoes, or jewellery.
18 dealer 'di:l?(r) n. 商人；发牌人，庄家；以某种方式待人的人；经销商 wheeler-dealer A dealer is a person whose business involves buying and selling things.
19 wheeler-dealer ?wi:l? ?di:l?(r) n. 追求利益的人，独断独行者 vi. 独断独行，一意孤行 If you refer to someone, especially in business or politics, as a wheeler-dealer, you
disapprove of the way that they try to succeed or to get what they want, often by dishonest or unfair methods
20 show off ??u ?f 使突出；炫耀，卖弄 If you say that someone is showing off, you are criticizing them for trying to impress people by showing in a very obvious way what they can do or what they own
21 commonly ?k?m?nli adv. 通常地；一般地；平凡地；粗俗地 22 distraction d??str?k?n n. 注意力分散；娱乐，消遣；心烦意乱；精神错乱 A distraction is something that turns your attention away from something you want to concentrate on.
23 work out w?:k aut 解决；作出；锻炼；了解某人的本质 If you work out a solution to a problem or mystery, you manage to find the solution by thinking or talking about it. 24 midweek ?m?d?wi:k adj. 周中的，一星期中段的 n. 周中（指一周中间的日子）；星期三 Midweek describes something that happens in the middle of the week
25 mandatory 'm?nd?t?r? adj. 强制的；命令的；受委托的 n. 受托者 If an action or procedure is mandatory, people have to do it, because it is a rule or a law.
26 procurement pr??kj??m?nt n. 获得，取得；采购 Procurement is the act of obtaining something such as
supplies for an army or other organization
27 lateral 'l?t?r?l adj. 侧面的；横向的；[语]边音的 n. 侧部的东西；边音 Lateral means relating to the sides of something, or moving in a sideways direction
28 referral r?'f?:r?l n. 介绍，指引；受指点者，被介绍者；转诊病人；参照 Referral is the act of officially sending someone to a person or authority that is qualified to deal with them. A referral is an instance of this
29 penetration ?pen?'tre??n n. 渗透；穿透；[军]突破；洞察力 If something or someone penetrates a physical object or an area, they succeed in getting into it or passing through it 30 tactics 't?kt?ks n. 战术；策略，手段；用兵学；[语]法素学 Tactics are the methods that you choose to use in order to achieve what you want in a particular situation
31 at a glance 英 ?t ? ɡlɑ:ns 看一眼就…， 马上 He was very young, not more than twenty-three or four, as indeed one could see at a glance
32 off-site '?:fs'a?t [化] 工地外，厂区外；装置外 1. taking place or located away from the site;
33 reunion ?ri:'ju:n??n n. 重聚，（亲友等的）聚会；再结合，再合并；再统一 A reunion is a party attended by members of the same family, school, or other group who have not seen
each other for a long time.
34 synagogue 's?n?ɡ?ɡ n. 犹太教堂；犹太人集会 A synagogue is a building where Jewish people meet to worship or to study their religion
35 Fraternity fr?'t?:n?t? n. 兄弟会；大学生联谊会；友爱 Fraternity refers to friendship and support between people who feel they are closely linked to each other.
36 sorority s?'r?r?t? n. 妇女联谊会，女学生联谊会 In the United States, a sorority is a society of female university or college students
37 retreat /r??tri?t/ v [I]to go away to a place that is quiet or safe retreat 1
from/into/to After the noise of the city he was glad to retreat to his hotel room.n. 休息寓所, 撤退, 隐居, 退避vi. 撤退, 隐退, 向后倾vt. 退(棋)[化]再精制; 再处理 38 honorary /??n?r?ri US ?ɑ?n?reri/ adj a. 荣誉的, 无报酬的, 道义上的[法]名誉的, 荣誉的 Since I never accept any honorary title or honorary degree, I have to make a few remarks to explain my views
39 legion(SOLDIERS)/?li?.d??n/noun[C]a large group of soldiers who form a part of an army, especially the ancient Roman army: Caesar's legions marched through France and crossed into Britain.n. 军团, 军队, 众多的人
40 fund-raiser ?f?nd?re?z? n. 募捐者
41 panhellenic ?p?nhe?li:nik adj. 泛希腊的，全大学校友会的 42 per diem p??di?m, ?da??m n. 按日给予津贴，出差津贴 单数名词日补贴；日津贴 A per diem is an amount of money that someone is given to cover their daily expenses while
they are working
43 unionize 'ju:n??na?z vt.& vi. （使）加入工会，（使）成立工会 We don't allow people to come into our plant and try to unionize the workers
44 alternate '?:lt?:n?t adj. 轮流的；交替的；间隔的；代替的 vi. 交替；轮流 vt. 使交替；使轮流 n. 〈美〉（委员）代理人；候补者；替换物 When you alternate two things, you keep using one then the other. When one thing alternates with another, the first regularly occurs after the other. 【语法信息】：V between/with n
45 accessory ?k?ses?ri n. 附件；（衣服的）配饰；从犯；妇女饰品 adj. 附加的；附属的；辅助的；同谋的 Accessories are items of equipment that are not usually essential, but which can be used with or added to something else in order to make it more efficient, useful, or decorative.