commandnounuk /kəˈmɑːnd/ us /kəˈmænd/
command noun (ORDER)
- The command was given to cease fire .
- The general was relieved of his command in 1941.
- Regiments are usually commanded by a colonel and are sometimes made up of soldiers from a particular city or part of the country.
- We could hear the sergeant bellowing commands to his troops.
- He obeys her every command.
command noun (COMPUTER)
command noun (KNOWLEDGE)
command noun (VIEW)
commandverbuk /kəˈmɑːnd/ us /kəˈmænd/
command verb (ORDER)
command verb (RECEIVE)