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Britisches Englisch: command /kəˈmɑːnd/ NOUN
If you give someone a command to do something, you order them to do it.
The tanker failed to respond to a command to stop.
- Amerikanisches Englisch: command
- Arabisch: أَمْر
- Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: ordem
- Chinesisch: 指令
- Kroatisch: zapovijed
- Tschechisch: příkaz
- Dänisch: befaling
- Niederländisch: commando
- Europäisches Spanisch: orden instrucción
- Finnisch: käsky
- Französisch: ordre
- Deutsch: Befehl
- Griechisch: εντολή
- Italienisch: comando ordine
- Japanisch: 命令
- Koreanisch: 명령
- Norwegisch: kommando
- Polnisch: rozkaz
- Europäisches Portugiesisch: comando
- Rumänisch: ordin
- Russisch: команда
- Spanisch: orden
- Schwedisch: order
- Thai: คำสั่ง
- Türkisch: emir
- Ukrainisch: наказ
- Vietnamesisch: mệnh lệnh
Britisches Englisch: command VERB
If someone in authority commands you to do something, they tell you that you must do it.
He commanded his troops to attack.
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