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Command — synonyms, definition
1. command (Noun)
ability adeptness administration admonition adroitness aptness ascendancy authorisation authority authorization behest bidding call canon charge citation claim commission control craft • • •
command (Noun) — An authoritative direction or instruction to do something.
command (Noun) — (military) a military unit or region under the control of a single officer.
command (Noun) — The power or authority to command.
ex. "an admiral in command"
command (Noun) — Availability for use.
ex. "the materials at the command of the potters grew"
command (Noun) — A position of highest authority.
ex. "the corporation has just undergone a change in command"
command (Noun) — Great skilfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity.
ex. "a good command of French"
command (Noun) — (computing) a line of code written as part of a computer program.
21 type of
accessibility authorisation authority authorization availability availableness code computer code dominance force handiness military force military group military unit position potency say-so skilfulness skillfulness speech act • • •
ACC AFSPC Air Combat Command Air Force Space Command behest call charge command line commandment commission countermand direction injunction link macro macro instruction open sesame order system error toggle
4 parts of
computer program computer programme program programme
2. command (Verb)
abuse act administer appoint ask ask for be entitled to benefit bid bind boss bring call call for carry on challenge charge claim coerce compel • • •
command (Verb) — Be in command of.
ex. "The general commanded a huge army"
command (Verb) — Make someone do something.
command (Verb) — Demand as one's due.
ex. "This speaker commands a high fee" ex. "The author commands a fair hearing from his readers"
command (Verb) — Look down on.
ex. "The villa commands the town"
command (Verb) — Exercise authoritative control or power over.
ex. "Command the military forces"
9 types of
demand dominate enjoin exact lie master order say tell
becharm burden call the shots call the tune care channelise channelize charge charm corner deal direct disallow dominate draw rein dwarf forbid general govern guide • • •