Command ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Command ( verb )

  1. To give an order or direction to someone to do something.
  2. To have control or authority over someone or something.
  3. To be in a position of power or control.

Origin:

The word "command" comes from the old french word "comander" which means "to put in charge". it was first used in english in the late 14th century to describe the act of giving an order.

Examples:

  1. The commander commanded his troops to advance.
  2. The CEO commanded a high salary.
  3. She commands the respect of everyone in the room.
  4. The boss commanded that the work be completed by the end of the day.
  5. He commanded the attention of the audience with his powerful voice.

(As a noun)

Command ( noun )

  1. To give an order or direction to someone to do something.
  2. To have control or authority over someone or something.
  3. To be in a position of power or control.

Origin:

The word "command" comes from the old french word "comander" which means "to put in charge". it was first used in english in the late 14th century to describe the act of giving an order.

Examples:

  1. The commander commanded his troops to advance.
  2. The CEO commanded a high salary.
  3. She commands the respect of everyone in the room.
  4. The boss commanded that the work be completed by the end of the day.
  5. He commanded the attention of the audience with his powerful voice.
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