the right to command; control
the ability to control and use
a military unit under separate control; a group of officers or officials who give orders
order; tell (sb) to do sth
have authority over ; be in control of
deserve and get
(of a place) to be in a position that overlooks (and may control)
be able to use
"an admiral in command"
"the materials at the command of the potters grew"
"the corporation has just undergone a change in command"
"a good command of French"
"The general commanded a huge army"
"This speaker commands a high fee"
"The author commands a fair hearing from his readers"
"The villa dominates the town"
"control the budget"
"Command the military forces"
He assumed an absolute command over his readers.
The places and commands which he held under the Crown.
出自： Ld Macaulay
The command of a regular brigade of cavalry.
出自： C. S. Forester
He..commanded Paul to be brought.
出自：Bible (AV): Acts
The rule of life which religion commands.
出自： W. Blackstone
'Go to Liverpool at once,' he commanded.
出自： J. B. Priestley
His Imperial Majesty commands that you stop talking.
出自： E. O
When the next boy commanded him to halt, he at once obeyed.
出自： T. Capote