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English definition of “be in command (of yourself)”

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be in command (of yourself)

to be calm and completely in control of your behaviour and emotions: Suntanned and relaxed, looking calmly about the room, he appeared completely in command.
Translations of “be in command (of yourself)”
in Chinese (Traditional) 鎮定自若…
in Chinese (Simplified) 镇定自若…
(Definition of be in command (of yourself) from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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