Hindi translation of 'command'
command /kəˈmɑːnd, -ˈmænd कअˈमाण्ड्, -ˈमैन्ड्/
Word forms: commands, commanding, commanded
1. transitive verb, countable noun
If you command someone to do something, or if you give them a command to do it, you order them to do it.
आदेश देना/आदेश mn
'Follow me,' he commanded.
The dog owner will then give the command 'Forward'.
2. transitive verb
If you command something such as obedience or attention, you obtain it as a result of being popular or important.
This doctor commands the respect of all his colleagues.
3. transitive verb, uncountable noun
An officer who commands part of an army, navy, or air force or has command of it, is in charge of it.
प्रभारी होना/प्रभारी mn
Who would command these troops in a war?
In 1942 he took command of 108 Squadron.
4. uncountable noun
Your command of something is your knowledge of it and ability to use it.
...his excellent command of English.
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Example Sentences Including 'command'
He made his ears dance, his nose wiggle, and he could break wind on command.AMAGANSETT (2004)
In a perfect world, though, you want an artist who's less famous but whose paintings still command high prices.CHAMELEON (2002)
He turned his mount and rode toward the command pavilion at a canter.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'command' in Other Languages
- Arabic: أَمْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: ordem
- Chinese: 指令
- Croatian: zapovijed
- Czech: příkaz
- Danish: befaling
- Dutch: commando
- European Spanish: orden instrucción
- Finnish: käsky
- French: ordre
- German: Befehl
- Greek: εντολή
- Italian: comando ordine
- Japanese: 命令
- Korean: 명령
- Norwegian: kommando
- Polish: rozkaz
- Portuguese: comando
- Romanian: ordin ordine
- Russian: команда
- Spanish: orden
- Swedish: order
- Thai: คำสั่ง
- Turkish: emir
- Ukrainian: наказ
- Vietnamese: mệnh lệnh
Translation of command from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary