Synonym: bid, control, direct, enjoin, instruct, order, power. Antonym: compliance, comply, obedience, submission, submit. Similar words: commander, commander in chief, dilemma, summary, grammar, immature, teammate, summation. Meaning: [kə'mɑːnd] n. 1. an authoritative direction or instruction to do something 2. a military unit or region under the control of a single officer 3. the power or authority to command 4. availability for use 5. a position of highest authority 6. great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity 7. (computer science) a line of code written as part of a computer program. v. 1. be in command of 2. make someone do something 3. demand as one's due 4. look down on 5. exercise authoritative control or power over.
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1 If you command wisely, you'll be obeyed cheerfully. Thomas Fuller
4 Through obedience learn to command.
6 When I give the command,[www.Sentencedict.com] fire!
7 The King's request was tantamount to a command.
8 He issued the command to retreat.
9 Lieutenant Peters was now in command.
10 You should subject yourself to my command.
11 He spoke in a tone of command.
12 Your wish is my command.
13 I command you to go.
14 She has a good command of the Spanish language.
15 Begin when I give the command.
16 The power of the wind is at your command.The balance of power must be preserved.
17 The ability to impart knowledge and command respect is the essential qualification for teachers.
18 The general issued a command that all of them should come at six o'clock.
19 Command of the mother tongue is the most distinguishing mark of an educated man or woman.
20 Which graduates command the highest salaries?
21 The general designated an officer to the command.
22 The army is under the king's command.
23 Reimar had a fair command of English.
24 She has lost command of her senses.
25 He had authorisation from the military command to retaliate.
26 Do you know where's the United Nations Command?
27 The general was relieved of his command.
28 The captain bellowed a command at the troops.
29 If the opposition groups manage to unite, they may command over 55% of the vote.
30 The boy do not move though the teacher reiterate her command.
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