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command

verb /kəˈmaːnd/
to order
ordenar, mandar
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
infundir, inspirar
He commands great respect.
commandant /komənˈdant, (American) ˈkoməndant/ noun an officer who has the command of a place or of a body of troops.
comandante
commander noun a person who commands
comandante
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
autoritario
He has a commanding appearance.
with a wide view
dominante
The house had a commanding position on the hill.
commandment noun a command given by God, especially one of the ten given to Moses
mandamiento
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
(Definition of command from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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