Results for command

Definitions of command:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To have chief authority: message: the ability to overlook or influence: the thing commanded.

part of speech: noun

Authority; an order or mandate; a dominating situation; power to control; a naval or military force under a certain officer.

part of speech: verb

To bid, order, or charge with authority; to govern or direct; to have power over; to have within the observation of the eye.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To act as a leader; to rule.

part of speech: verb transitive

To order: to bid: to exercise supreme authority over: to have within sight, influence, or control.

part of speech: noun

Right, power, or authority over; an order or message with authority; a naval or military force under the authority of a particular officer.

part of speech: verb transitive

To order or charge with authority; control; exercise supreme authority over; lead; to overlook, as from a height; to exact; to be able to obtain.

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