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command
kə'mænd
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Availability for use.
  2. The power or authority to command.
  3. Great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity.
  4. A line of code written as part of a computer program.
  5. An authoritative direction or instruction to do something.
  6. A military unit or region under the control of a single officer.
  7. A position of highest authority.
(动) As a verb
  1. Make someone do something.
  2. Be in command of.
  3. Demand as one's due.
  4. Exercise authoritative control or power over.
  5. Look down on.
Hyphenationcom•mand
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
命令mìnglìngto order; to command
指挥zhǐhuīto conduct; to command; to direct; conductor (of an orchestra)
统帅tǒngshuàicommand; commander-in-chief
指令zhǐlìngorder; command; instruction
掌握zhǎngwòto grasp (often fig.); to control; to seize (initiative, opportunity, destiny); to master; to know well; to understand something well and know how to use it; fluency
统摄tǒngshèto command
统率tǒngshuàito command; to direct
pián(kokuji) command
统领tǒnglǐngto lead; to command; commander; officer
警备区jǐngbèi qūgarrison area; command
shuàito lead; to command; rash; hasty; frank; straightforward; generally; usually
下令xiàlìngto give an order; to command
lìngto order; to command; an order; warrant; writ; to cause; to make something happen; virtuous; honorific title; season; government position (old)
率领shuàilǐngto lead; to command; to head
jiànggeneral; commander-in-chief (military); king (chess piece); to command; to lead
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