Command

  • 1 command — vb Command, order, bid, enjoin, direct, instruct, charge mean to issue orders to someone to give, get, or do something. Command and order agree in stressing the idea of authority, command implying its more formal and official exercise {the… …

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  • 2 Command — may refer to: Command (computing), a statement in a computer language COMMAND.COM, the default operating system shell and command line interpreter for DOS Command (military formation), an organizational unit Command key, a modifier key on Apple… …

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  • 3 Command HQ — Developer(s) Ozark Softscape Publisher(s) Microplay Software Designer(s) Danielle Bunten Berry …

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  • 4 Command — Command  слово на английском языке (рус. Команда), являющееся названием компьютерных терминов: Command  шаблон проектирования, используемый при объектно ориентированном программировании, представляющий действие; COMMAND.COM … …

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  • 5 Command — Com*mand , n. 1. An authoritative order requiring obedience; a mandate; an injunction. [1913 Webster] Awaiting what command their mighty chief Had to impose. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. The possession or exercise of authority. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 6 Command (3M) — Command  торговая марка систем крепления, которые производятся международной компанией 3M. Продукция Command предназначена для закрепления на вертикальной поверхности предметов домашнего обихода и офисных принадлежностей. Уникальность… …

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  • 7 command — ● command nom masculin (de commander) Personne au nom de laquelle on se porte acquéreur ou adjudicataire. ● command (homonymes) nom masculin (de commander) comment adverbe ⇒COMMAND, subst. masc. DR. Acquéreur réel sur le commandement de qui un… …

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  • 8 Command — Com*mand (?; 61), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Commanded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Commanding}.] [OE. comaunden, commanden, OF. comander, F. commander, fr. L. com + mandare to commit to, to command. Cf. {Commend}, {Mandate}.] 1. To order with authority; to lay… …

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  • 9 command — [kə mand′, kəmänd′] vt. [ME commanden < OFr comander < VL * commandare < L com , intens. + mandare, to commit, entrust: see MANDATE] 1. to give an order or orders to; direct with authority 2. to have authority or jurisdiction over;… …

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  • 10 command — I verb adjure, authorize, bid, call for, call upon, charge, compel, constrain, decree, demand, direct, direct imperatively, enact, exact, exercise authority, force, give directions, give orders, govern, have control, hominem iubere facere, homini …

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  • 11 command — ► VERB 1) give an authoritative order. 2) be in charge of (a military unit). 3) dominate (a strategic position) from a superior height. 4) be in a position to receive or secure: emeralds command a high price. ► NOUN 1) an authoritative order. 2) …

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  • 12 command — [n1] directive, instruction act, adjuration, ban, behest, bidding, call, canon, caveat, charge, citation, commandment, decree, demand, devoir, dictate, dictation, dictum, direction, duty, edict, enactment, exaction, fiat, imperative, imposition,… …

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  • 13 command — Command, pour commande par apherese est la premiere personne de commander, Iubeo, comme à Dieu vous command, Deum te saluum habere iubeo. Vale. voyez Commander. Command, est un nom, et signifie commandement et puissance: en Berinus, Tous mes… …

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  • 14 command — com‧mand [kəˈmɑːnd ǁ kəˈmænd] noun [countable] COMPUTING an instruction given to a computer using the keyboard or the mouse: • When you have typed the document, use the save command to save it. * * * command UK US /kəˈmɑːnd/ noun [C] …

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  • 15 Command — Com*mand , v. i. 1. To have or to exercise direct authority; to govern; to sway; to influence; to give an order or orders. [1913 Webster] And reigned, commanding in his monarchy. Shak. [1913 Webster] For the king had so commanded concerning… …

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  • 16 Command —   [dt. »Kommando«, Befehl], Anweisung …

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  • 17 Command — Le nom est surtout porté en Haute Savoie. Variantes rares : Commant, Commend. Il correspond en principe à l ancien français commant (= mandataire, commis, lieutenant, procureur). Les formes Comman et Comment, portées dans le Doubs, devraient… …

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  • 18 command — I n. authority control 1) to assume, take (over) command 2) to exercise command 3) to give up, relinquish; lose one s command 4) firm command 5) command of, over (he assumed command of the regiment) 6) in command of (he was put in command of the… …

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  • 19 command — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 order ADJECTIVE ▪ basic, simple VERB + COMMAND ▪ carry out, obey ▪ disobey, ignore …

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  • 20 command — [[t]kəmɑ͟ːnd, mæ̱nd[/t]] ♦♦♦ commands, commanding, commanded 1) VERB If someone in authority commands you to do something, they tell you that you must do it. [mainly WRITTEN] [V n to inf] He commanded his troops to attack... [V with quote] Get in …

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