Definition Of command

verb

an authoritative order.

it's unlikely they'll obey your commands

be in a strong enough position to have or secure (something).

no party commanded a majority

noun

dominate (a strategic position) from a superior height.

the two castles commanded the harbor

give an authoritative order.

a gruff voice commanded us to enter

Example Of command

  • "I am now assuming command of this force, " I told them.

  • "They come with a very basic command of English, " she said.

  • a five-member general command

  • Across the command , deployment orders were flowing.

  • After a purchase is completed, the command erases the order information from the machine's memory


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