（志趣相投、尤指来自同一地方的）一组与会者，代表团a group of people at a meeting or an event who have sth in common, especially the place they come from, that is not shared by other people at the event
The largest contingent was from the United States.
A strong contingent of local residents were there to block the proposal.
（军队的）分遣队，小分队a group of soldiers that are part of a larger force
the French contingent in the UN peacekeeping force
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yōng yǒu yī pī jīng yàn fēng fù zhuān yè huà jì shù duì wu hé jì shù xián shú jīng zhàn de yuán gōng tuán duì 。
While many in Europe are focused on using contingent capital as a means to improve resolution, these efforts are not enough.
xǔ duō ōu zhōu guó jiā zhù zhòng yú shǐ yòng yìng jí zī běn jīn zuò wéi gǎi jìn jiě jué fāng àn de fāng shì , zhè xiē nǔ lì hái shì bú gòu de 。
Teachers are crucial and should be selected carefully. There should be a contingent of good teachers.
Certainly, that type of earnings growth is possible, but it is highly contingent on underlying economic growth.
dāng rán , shí xiàn zhè yàng de yíng lì zēng zhǎng shì yǒu kě néng de , dàn tā gāo dù yī lài jīng jì zēng zhǎng 。
Renewal, for five-year increments, is contingent upon proof of trademark utilization in an Andean Pact nation.
The company has abundant experience professional technology contingent, rich technique force and complete detection instruments.
gōng sī yōng yǒu yī pī shí jiàn jīng yàn fēng fù de zhuān yè jì shù duì wu 。 jì shù lì liang xióng hòu , jiǎn cè shǒu duàn quán 。