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  1. command

    • IPA[kəˈmɑːnd]

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    • v.
      give an authoritative or peremptory order;have authority over; be in charge of (a unit)
    • n.
      an authoritative order;authority, especially over armed forces
    • noun: command, plural noun: commands

    • verb: command, 3rd person present: commands, gerund or present participle: commanding, past tense: commanded, past participle: commanded

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give an authoritative or peremptory order:

      a gruff voice commanded us to enter

      ‘Stop arguing!’ he commanded

    • 2. have authority over; be in charge of (a unit):

      he commanded a Hurricane squadron

    • 3. control or restrain (oneself or one's feelings):

      he commanded himself with an effort

    • 4. dominate (a strategic position) from a superior height:

      the fortress commands the shortest Channel crossing

    • 5. be in a strong enough position to have or secure:

      they command a majority in Parliament

      he commanded considerable personal loyalty

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an authoritative order:

      he obeyed her commands without question

    • 2. authority, especially over armed forces:

      an officer took command

      who's in command?

    • 3. a group of officers exercising control over a particular group or operation:

      a five-member general command

    • 4. a body of troops or a district under the control of a particular officer.
    • 5. the ability to use or control something:

      he had a brilliant command of English

    • 6. an instruction or signal causing a computer to perform one of its basic functions.
    • adj. (of a program or computer) operated by means of commands keyed in by the user or issued by another program or computer.

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    • n. an economy in which production, investment, prices, and incomes are determined centrally by a government.

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    • n. a computer programming language composed chiefly of a set of commands or operators, used especially for communicating with the operating system of a computer:

    • the problems of command language and syntax

      Command Language code

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    • n. a presentation of a play, concert, opera, or other show at the request of royalty.

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    • n. the detachable control portion of a manned spacecraft.

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    • ph. a military strike force consisting of units from the US Army, Air Force, and Navy, established in 1979 (as the Rapid Deployment Force) to operate in the Middle East and North Africa.

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    • n. the place from which a military unit is commanded.

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    • n. the commander-in-chief and associated senior staff of an army, navy, or air force.

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    • IPA[kəˈmand]

    美式

    • v.
      give an authoritative order:
    • a gruff voice commanded us to enter

      “Stop arguing!” he commanded

    • n.
      an authoritative order:
    • it's unlikely they'll obey your commands

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