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An authoritative order
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“I obeyed her command without question, since she was responsible for the most fun I'd had in my life up to that point.”
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The possession of authority of control, especially with regards to armed conflict
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“In December 1943, Monty was called back to England to take command of the land forces that were to take part in the invasion of Normandy.”
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The ability to use or control something
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“Producing a legible and convincing report will require sound and effective command of the English language.”
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The view from a given vantage point
“From the elevated lookout, the ranger would have a command of the entire valley.”
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A place from which authority is exercised or where operations are run
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“They have moved from the dim light of the backroom to the bright lights of the war room, the central command for political campaigns.”
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The state of being intractable
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The act of regimenting
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Situation of control
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An instruction, command, or role given to a person or group
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Toggle or button
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The ability to express oneself easily and articulately
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A state of performing something with extreme power, skill, or determination
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A group of troops stationed in a fortress or town to defend it
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Authorization or consent
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A notion, idea, or plan
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Unemotional, dispassionate, or moderate behaviour
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A thing that is imposed, in particular an unfair or unwelcome demand or burden
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Deprivation or restriction of personal liberty or freedom of movement
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A personal valuation based on a strong liking
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To give an authoritative or peremptory order
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“As your father, I hereby command you to eat your Brussels Sprouts!”
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To direct, handle, control, or be in charge of
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“Viserys will never become King of Westeros because he couldn't command an army even if Drogo gave him one.”
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To be in a strong enough position to have or secure (something)
“The ministers hold office by virtue of their ability to command the support of a majority of members.”
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To muster
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To have a commanding position over
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To fetch (an amount of money) as income or profit
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To possess or be responsible for
hast (archaic)
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To enact or establish legally or legislatively
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To suggest or involve as a necessary consequence
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Identify clearly and definitely
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To bestow legal or official authority to
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To offer a recommendation