Spanish translation of “command”
command verb /kəˈmaːnd/
› to order
I command you to leave the room immediately! › to have authority over
estar al mando de
He commanded a regiment of soldiers. › to have by right
He commands great respect. commandant /komənˈdant, (American) ˈkoməndant/ noun › an officer who has the command of a place or of a body of troops.
commander noun › a person who commands
He was the commander of the expedition. › in the British navy, an officer of the rank next below the captain.
capitán de fragata
commanding adjective › impressive
He has a commanding appearance. › with a wide view
The house had a commanding position on the hill. commandment noun › a command given by God, especially one of the ten given to Moses
the Ten Commandments. commander-in-chief noun (plural commanders-in-chief) › the officer in supreme command of an army, or of the entire forces of the state.
comandante en jefe