1 : lớn give (someone) an order : khổng lồ tell (someone) khổng lồ vì chưng something in a forceful & often official way She commanded us lớn leave. Military leaders commanded the troops khổng lồ open fire. See More ExamplesShe commanded that work on the bridge cease immediately. We had no choice but lớn vì as they commanded.Hide


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2 : to lớn have authority and control over (a group of people, such as soldiers) He commands a platoon of 60.
3 : to lớn deserve sầu or be able lớn get or receive (something) She has a reputation that commands attention/respect. <=people give sầu her respect/attention because of her reputation> With his skills & experience, he can command a high salary.
2 : to lớn give sầu orders Rob seldom commanded, but when he did Master Ted had khổng lồ give sầu in.— Louisa May Alcott
b(1) : a signal that actuates a device (such as a control mechanism in a spacecraft or one step in a computer)
4 : the personnel, area, or organization under a commander specifically : a unit of the U.S. Air Force higher than an air force
5 : a position of highest usually military authority He was relieved of his comm& after being charged with misconduct.

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commandable kə-​ˈman-​də-​bəl

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Verb

comm&, order, bid, enjoin, direct, instruct, charge mean to issue orders. commvà và order imply authority & usually some degree of formality and impersonality. comm& stresses official exercise of authority. a general commanding troops order may suggest peremptory or arbitrary exercise. ordered his employees about bid suggests giving orders peremptorily (as khổng lồ children or servants). she bade hyên be seated enjoin implies giving an order or direction authoritatively và urgently và often with admonition or solicitude. a sign enjoining patrons to be quiet direct & instruct both connote expectation of obedience & usually concern specific points of procedure or method, instruct sometimes implying greater explicitness or formality. directed her assistant to lớn hold all calls the judge instructed the jury lớn ignore the remark charge adds to enjoin an implication of imposing as a duty or responsibility. charged by the President with a secret mission

Noun

power, authority, jurisdiction, control, command, sway, dominion mean the right to lớn govern or rule or determine. power implies possession of ability to lớn wield force, authority, or influence. the power to mold public opinion authority implies power for a specific purpose within specified limits. granted the authority to manage her estate jurisdiction applies lớn official power exercised within prescribed limits. the bureau having jurisdiction over parks control stresses the power lớn direct & restrain. you are responsible for the students under your control comm& implies the power khổng lồ make arbitrary decisions & compel obedience. the army officer in command sway suggests the extent of exercised power or influence. the empire extended its sway over the region dominion stresses sovereign power or supreme authority. given dominion over all the animals


Verb She commanded us lớn leave. Military leaders commanded the troops to lớn open fire. She commanded that work on the bridge cease immediately. We had no choice but to lớn vì chưng as they commanded. He commands a platoon of 60. With his skills and experience, he can command a high salary. The company commands much power and influence in the business world. Noun We are expected to lớn obey his commands. She shouted out commands lớn the crew. We started to teach the dog simple commands lượt thích “sit” & “lie down.” You can perform several actions with keyboard commands. The system recognizes voice commands. He was relieved of his command after being charged with misconduct. Who is the officer in command of the unit? I assumed command of the business after my father"s death. He immediately took command of the situation. He finally felt in commvà of his life.
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Recent Examples on the Web: Verb Marte, 33, reportedly rejected a three-year, $30 million extension offer from Miangươi before being traded lớn the A’s and should command a larger khuyến mãi after his 2021 showing. — Matt Kawahara, San Francisteo Chronicle, 26 Nov. 2021 This nine-in-one appliance—which won’t comm& too much of your precious counter space—can steam and sauvấp ngã vegetables, cook rice lớn perfection, make oatmeal and grains, whip up yogurt, sous vide meat, bake a cake, & even sterilize items. — SELF, 23 Nov. 2021 On top of that, vehicles with the features commvà higher resale prices, pointed out Marcus Hudson of financial consultant Calderone Advisory Group in Birmingmê man. — Mark Phelan, Detroit Free Press, 19 Nov. 2021 Castellanos opted out of the final two years of his contract after the best statistical season of his career and should commvà a larger salary on the free-agent market. — Bobby Nightengale, The Enquirer, 18 Nov. 2021 To be Blachồng and all of yourself and survive is hard enough in supremacist systems that commvà code-switching to navigate. — Jeneé Osterheldt, BostonGlobe.com, 17 Nov. 2021 Her ability to lớn convey emotion and command a scene has kept her relevant for over three decades. — Rivea Ruff, Essence, 30 Oct. 2021 If believed, the same xúc tích would apply to the other squad members, many of whom command steep transfer sums in their contracts. — Henry Flynn, Forbes, 17 Oct. 2021 Donald Miles, vice chair of the Pennsylvania chapter of the Sierra Club, said the move sầu from a recreation area khổng lồ a national park would, ideally, comm& a larger budget lớn address amenities và infrastructure. — Jason Nark, USA TODAY, 7 Nov. 2021 Recent Examples on the Web: Noun The found that the malware could adapt khổng lồ its environment, conceal itself, and even operate autonomously when cut off from its comm& and control server. — Lily Hay Newman, Wired, 22 Nov. 2021 The old top-down, command-and-control approach to managing doesn’t work anymore, particularly with younger employees. — Rodger Dean Duncan, Forbes, 2 Nov. 2021 This is true even for nuclear commvà & control crafts. — Rachel Riederer, Harper"s Magazine, 26 Oct. 2021 And in August, Russia and Đài Loan Trung Quốc joined forces once again to use a joint comm& & control system, with Russian troops integrated inlớn Chinese formations, according lớn a statement by China"s Defense Ministry at the time. — Brad Lendon, CNN, 25 Oct. 2021 The findings detailed widespread lapses in training, coordination, communication, fire preparedness, equipment maintenance & overall comm& & control. — NBC News, 20 Oct. 2021 The findings detailed widespread lapses in training, coordination, communication, fire preparedness, equipment maintenance and overall command và control. — Lolita C. Baldor, Anchorage Daily News, 19 Oct. 2021 Aside from the commvà và control center, every other aspect of the cockpit is minimalism at its finest. — Popular Mechanics Editors, Popular Mechanics, 6 Oct. 2021 The Obama administration in 2015 initially offered U.S. targeting assistance lớn Saudi Arabia’s command-and-control operations that was supposed to lớn minimize civilian casualties in airstrikes. — Aamer Madhani, ajc, 27 Sep. 2021 Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective sầu An upcoming marksmanship exercise for early-August was also canceled, as were a pre-commvà course, firearms training for soldiers who need khổng lồ improve sầu their marksmanship, và more. — Oren Liebermann, CNN, 23 July 2021

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First Known Use of command

Verb

14th century, in the meaning defined at transitive sầu sense 1

Noun

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

Adjective

1826, in the meaning defined above


History và Etymology for command

Verb

Middle English comanden, from Anglo-French cumander, from Vulgar Latin *commandare, alteration of Latin commendare to commit lớn one"s charge — more at commend


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