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commanding

adjective (WITH AUTHORITY)
有权力的
 
 
/kəˈmɑːn.dɪŋ/ US  /-ˈmæn-/
[before noun] having the authority to give orders
指挥的,统帅的,负责下命令的
a commanding officer
指挥官
Giving orders and commands
describes a voice or manner which seems to have authority and therefore demands your attention
(声音或举止)威严的
his commanding presence
他的威严气度
Controlling and being in charge
(Definition of commanding adjective (WITH AUTHORITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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