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  1. command

    • IPA[kəˈmand]

    美式

    • v.
      give an authoritative order;have authority over; be in charge of (a unit)
    • n.
      an authoritative order;an instruction or signal that causes a computer to perform one of its basic functions.
    • 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 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 battalion at Normandy

    • 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 two castles commanded the harbor

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

      no party commanded a majority

      a moral force that commanded respect

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an authoritative order:

      it's unlikely they'll obey your commands

    • 2. an instruction or signal that causes a computer to perform one of its basic functions.
    • 3. authority, especially over armed forces:

      an officer took command

      who's in command?

    • 4. the ability to use or control something:

      he had a brilliant command of English

    • 5. a group of officers exercising control over a particular group or operation.
    • 6. a body of troops or a district under the control of a particular officer.
    • 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. the commander in chief and associated senior staff of an army, navy, or air force.

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

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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. the detachable control compartment of a manned spacecraft.

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    • 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. 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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    • ph. a US military strike force consisting of units from the 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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    • IPA[kəˈmɑːnd]

    英式

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

      ‘Stop arguing!’ he commanded

    • n.
      an authoritative order:
    • he obeyed her commands without question

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  2. 知識+

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