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1 command /kəˈmænd/ verb
commands; commanded; commanding
1 command
/kəˈmænd/
verb
commands; commanded; commanding
Learner's definition of COMMAND
: to give (someone) an order : to tell (someone) to do something in a forceful and often official way
[+ object]
[no object]
[+ object] : to have authority and control over (a group of people, such as soldiers)
[+ object]
: to deserve or be able to get or receive (something)
: to have and be able to use or control (something)
[+ object] formal : to be in a place in which you can clearly see (something)
2 command /kəˈmænd/ noun
plural commands
2 command
/kəˈmænd/
noun
plural commands
Learner's definition of COMMAND
: an order given to a person or animal to do something
[count]
[noncount]
see also your wish is my command at 2wish
[count] : an instruction in the form of a code or signal that tells a computer to do something
[noncount]
: the power that someone (such as a military officer) has to give orders and to control a group of people
see also chain of command
Synonyms see: [1]power
: control of something (such as a situation, activity, or feeling)
[singular] : knowledge and skill that allows you to do or use something well + of
[count] : a group of people or an area that is under the control of a military officer
[count] : a group of military officers of high rank who give orders see also high command, second-in-command

at your command

: available for your use
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