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English definition of “at your command”

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at your command

If you have particular qualities at your command, you are able to use them effectively: As a writer, she has both style and humour at her command. humorous If someone says that they are at your command, that person is willing to do what you ask: "I can't reach my zip - could you unfasten it, please?" "I'm at your command!"
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