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2 Translation results for command in Spanish

verb | noun

command verb

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commanded, has commanded, is commanding, commands
dar órdenes; ordenar, mandar; estar al mando, gobernar; comandar, tener el mando de

Example sentences of
command verb

  • She commanded us to leave.
  • Military leaders commanded the troops to open fire.
  • She commanded that work on the bridge cease immediately.
  • We had no choice but to do as they commanded.
  • He commands a platoon of 60.
  • With his skills and experience, he can command a high salary.
  • The company commands much power and influence in the business world.

Detailed synonyms for command verb

1. Command, order, direct, instruct, charge significan emitir órdenes.
  • Command indica autoridad y cierto grado de formalidad, así como impersonalidad en el ejercicio oficial de la autoridad <when his superior commands, a soldier obeys>.
    antonyms: comply, obey
  • Order puede añadir la noción de un ejercicio imperioso o arbitrario del poder <ordered his men about like slaves>.
  • Direct connota una expectativa de obediencia, y suele referirse a puntos específicos de procedimiento o método <directed her assistant to hold all her phone calls>.
  • Instruct a veces indica un carácter más explícito o formal <the judge instructed the jury to ignore the remark>.
  • Charge añade una indicación de la imposición de un deber o responsabilidad <charged by the President with a covert mission>.
2. See: Dictate

command noun

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mando, control, dirección; orden, mandato; maestría, destreza, dominio; tropa asignada a un comandante

Example sentences of
command noun

  • We are expected to obey his commands.
  • She shouted out commands to the crew.
  • We started to teach the dog simple commands like “sit” and “lie down.”
  • You can perform several actions with keyboard commands.
  • The system recognizes voice commands.
  • He was relieved of his command after being charged with misconduct.
  • Who is the officer in command of the unit?
  • I assumed command of the business after my father's death.
  • He immediately took command of the situation.
  • He finally felt in command of his life.
  • We started to teach the dog simple commands like "sit" and "lie down."

Detailed synonyms for command noun

See: Power

Reverse translation for command

ordenar  - to order, to command, to put in order, to arrange, to ordain (a priest) 
mandar  - to be the boss, to be in charge, to command, to order, to send, to hurl, to throw 
gobernar  - to govern, to govern, to rule, to steer, to steer, to sail (a ship) 
comandar  - to command, to lead 
mando  - command, leadership, control (for a device) 
control  - control, inspection, check, checkpoint, roadblock 
dirección  - address, direction, management, leadership, steering (of an automobile) 
orden  - order 
mandato  - term of office, mandate 
maestría  - mastery, skill, master's degree 
destreza  - dexterity, skill 
dominio  - dominion, power, mastery, domain, field 
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