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command

US [kəˈmænd]
UK [kəˈmɑːnd]
  • n.命令;指挥;指令;司令部
  • v.命令;指挥;控制;博得
  • Web命令模式;掌握;指定要运行的命令
Simple Present:commands  Present Participle:commanding  Past Tense:commanded  
command
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n.
命令order
1.
[c]
(给人或动物的)命令an order given to a person or an animal
Begin when I give the command.
我发出命令时开始。
You must obey the captain's commands.
你必须服从船长的命令。
计算机for computer
2.
[c]
指令;命令an instruction given to a computer
控制control
3.
[u]
控制;管辖;指挥control and authority over a situation or a group of people
He has 1 200 men under his command.
他掌管着 1 200 人。
He has command of 1 200 men.
有 1 200 人由他管辖。
The police arrived and took command of the situation.
警察到达后就控制了局势。
For the first time in years, she felt in command of her life.
多少年来第一次,她觉得生活掌握在自己的手里。
He looked relaxed and totally in command of himself .
他看起来很轻松,有绝对的自信完全能控制住自己。
Who is in command here?
这里谁负责?
军队in army
4.
[c]
(陆军、空军等的)兵团,军区,指挥部,司令部a part of an army, air force , etc. that is organized and controlled separately; a group of officers who give orders
Bomber Command
轰炸机组的指挥部
知识knowledge
5.
[u][sing]
~ (of sth)
知识;(尤指对语言的)掌握,运用能力your knowledge of sth; your ability to do or use sth, especially a language
Applicants will be expected to have (a) good command of English.
申请人必须精通英语。
IDM
at your command
可自由使用;可支配if you have a skill or an amount of sthat your command , you are able to use it well and completely
I'm at your command─what would you like me to do?
我听从您的吩咐,您要我做什么?
be at sbs command
听候某人的吩咐;服从某人的支配to be ready to obey sb
I'm at your command─what would you like me to do?
我听从您的吩咐,您要我做什么?
v.
命令order
1.
[t]
命令to tell sb to do sth
He commanded his men to retreat.
他命令手下撤退。
She commanded the release of the prisoners.
她下令释放囚犯。
‘Come here!’ he commanded (them).
“过来!”他命令(他们)道。
The commission intervened and commanded that work on the building cease.
委员会进行了干预,下令那栋大楼必须停建。
The commission commanded that work on the building should cease.
委员会下令那栋大楼必须停建。
军队in army
2.
[t][i]
~ (sb/sth)
指挥,统率(陆军、海军等)to be in charge of a group of people in the army, navy, etc.
The troops were commanded by General Haig.
部队由黑格将军统率。
应得deserve and get
3.
[t][nopass]
~ sth
应得;博得;值得to deserve and get sth because of the special qualities you have
to command sympathy/support
值得同情╱支持
She was able to command the respect of the class.
她赢得了全班的尊敬。
The headlines commanded her attention.
那些标题引起了她的注意。
As a top lawyer, he can expect to command a six-figure salary.
作为首屈一指的律师,他可望拿到六位数的薪资。
视野view
4.
[t][nopass]
~ sth
居高临下地掌控;俯瞰to be in a position from where you can see or control sth
The hotel commands a fine view of the valley.
从这家旅馆俯瞰下面的峡谷一览无余。
控制control
5.
[t][nopass]
~ sth
控制;拥有…可供使用;掌管to have control of sth; to have sth available for use
The party was no longer able to command a majority in Parliament.
该党已不能在国会中再占有多数。
the power and finances commanded by the police
警方掌握的权力和资金

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