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VERB 命令;下令;指示 If someone in authority commands you to do something, they tell you that you must do it.
He commanded his troops to attack...
'Get in your car and follow me,' he commanded...
VERB 博得，赢得，拥有(尊重、服从等) If you command something such as respect or obedience, you obtain it because you are popular, famous, or important.
...an excellent physician who commanded the respect of all his colleagues...
There is no limit to what can be achieved here because of the fantastic support we command.
VERB 控制;掌管 If an army or country commands a place, they have total control over it.
The Royal Navy would command the seas...
Yemen commands the strait at the southern end of the Red Sea.
VERB 统率，指挥(军队) An officer who commands part of an army, navy, or air force is responsible for controlling and organizing it.
...the French general who commands the UN troops in the region...
He didn't just command. He personally fought in several heavy battles.
N-COUNT-COLL 司令部;指挥部 In the armed forces, a command is a group of officers who are responsible for organizing and controlling part of an army, navy, or air force.
He had authorisation from the military command to retaliate...
The army's supreme command has said the army will withdraw, provided the other side does so also.
N-COUNT-COLL （某一指挥官统率的）部队，兵团，军区 In the armed forces, a command is a group of soldiers that a particular officer is in charge of.
There would continue to be a joint command of US and Saudi forces operating within Saudi borders.
...the Strategic Air Command.
N-COUNT (计算机的)指令 In computing, a command is an instruction that you give to a computer.
N-UNCOUNT (对局面的)控制，掌握 If someone has command of a situation, they have control of it because they have, or seem to have, power or authority.
Whoever was waiting for them there had command of the situation...
Mr Baker would take command of the campaign...
N-UNCOUNT 掌握;精通 Your command of something, such as a foreign language, is your knowledge of it and your ability to use this knowledge.
His command of English was excellent.
...a singer with a natural command of melody.
VERB 居高临下;俯瞰;清楚地看到 If a place commands a view, especially an impressive one, you can see the view clearly from that place. If a person commands a view of something, they can see it clearly from where they are.
The house commanded some splendid views of Delaware Bay.
...a point of rock, from which we could command a view of the loch.
PHRASE (技术或资源)可运用自如，充分运用，可支配 If you have a particular skill or particular resources at your command, you have them and can use them fully.
He came from the Sudan without a word of English at his command...
The country should have the right to defend itself with all legal means at its command.
PHRASE 应付自如 If you are in command or in command of yourself, you are relaxed and able to react and behave in the way that you want to.
Nixon looked comfortable and in command...
The man appeared to be in complete command of himself.