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What is the meaning of Command in English? What Command means? How do you use the word Command? What is another word for Command? What is the opposite of Command?

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Word Example of - Command

Example Sentences for command

Santa Anna's command comprised at least twenty thousand Mexicans.

She summoned all the strength at her command to shake her head.

She begged of him to command his brother Pluto to return her daughter to her.

He wanted to keep the errors of personnel under his command—and his own—in the family.

The gods,” answered Hippias; “for the first command to all men is to adore the gods.

In this world the killer can command, as his fetich, the soul of the killed.

All that we have is yours, to the very last day of your life you have only to command, and we obey.

Scarcely a man represented the old civilization who can command our respect.

But the forces under Temujin's command were too strong for them.

Since the command comes from a god, how shall the man not obey?

Word Origin & History of - Command

    Word Origin & History

    command c.1300, from O.Fr. comander "to order, enjoin," from V.L. *commandare, from L. commendare "to recommend" (see commend), alt. by influence of L. mandare "to commit, entrust" (see mandate). Replaced O.E. bebeodan. The noun is attested from 1550s. Commander in chief attested from 1650s.

The Definition of - Command (verb)

    verb (used with object)
    1.
    to direct with specific authority or prerogative; order:
    The captain commanded his men to attack.
    2.
    to require authoritatively; demand:
    She commanded silence.
    3.
    to have or exercise authority or control over; be master of; have at one's bidding or disposal:
    The Pharaoh commanded 10,000 slaves.
    4.
    to deserve and receive (respect, sympathy, attention, etc.):
    He commands much respect for his attitude.
    5.
    to dominate by reason of location; overlook:
    The hill commands the sea.
    6.
    to have authority over and responsibility for (a military or naval unit or installation); be in charge of.
    verb (used without object)
    7.
    to issue an order or orders.
    8.
    to be in charge; have authority.
    9.
    to occupy a dominating position; look down upon or over a body of water, region, etc.
    noun
    10.
    the act of commanding or ordering.
    11.
    an order given by one in authority:
    The colonel gave the command to attack.
    12.
    Military.
    1. an order in prescribed words, usually given in a loud voice to troops at close-order drill: The command was “Right shoulder arms!”.
    2. the order of execution or the second part of any two-part close-order drill command, as face in Right face!
    3. (initial capital letter) a principal component of the U.S. Air Force:
      Strategic Air Command.
    4. a body of troops or a station, ship, etc., under a commander.
    13.
    the possession or exercise of controlling authority:
    a lieutenant in command of a platoon.
    14.
    expertise; mastery:
    He has a command of French, Russian, and German.
    15.
    British. a royal order.
    16.
    power of dominating a region by reason of location; extent of view or outlook:
    the command of the valley from the hill.
    17.
    Computers.
    1. an electric impulse, signal, or set of signals for initiating an operation in a computer.
    2. a character, symbol, or item of information for instructing a computer to perform a specific task.
    3. a single instruction.
    adjective
    18.
    of, relating to, or for use in the exercise of command:
    a command car; command post.
    19.
    of or relating to a commander:
    a command decision.
    20.
    ordered by a sovereign, as if by a sovereign, or by the exigencies of a situation:
    a command performance.