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commanding

adjective (WITH AUTHORITY) 有權力的     /kəˈmɑːn.dɪŋ/ US  /-ˈmæn-/
[before noun] having the authority to give orders 指揮的,統帥的,負責下命令的 a commanding officer 指揮官 Giving orders and commands
describes a voice or manner which seems to have authority and therefore demands your attention (聲音或舉止)威嚴的 his commanding presence 他的威嚴氣度 Controlling and being in charge
(Definition of commanding adjective (WITH AUTHORITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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