Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de command

(verbo) 
Definition
to order or compel
He commanded his troops to attack.
Sinônimos
order
Williams ordered him to leave.
,
tell
She told me to come and help clean the house.
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charge (formal)
Jesus charged his disciples to preach the gospel.
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demand
She demanded an immediate apology.
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require
She was required to take to the stage.
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dictate
Circumstances dictated that they played a defensive game.
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direct
They have been directed to give special attention to poverty.
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bid
I dare say he did as he was bidden.
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enjoin
She enjoined me strictly not to tell anyone else.
Opostos
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appeal (to)
, , , , ,
supplicate
(verbo) 
Definition
to deserve and get
He was an excellent physician who commanded the respect of his colleagues.
Sinônimos
receive
I received your letter.
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get
The problem was how to get enough food.
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be given
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gain
Students can gain valuable experience doing part-time work.
(verbo) 
Definition
to have authority over
the French general who commands the UN troops in the region
Sinônimos
have authority over
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lead
He led the country between 1949 and 1984.
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head
He heads the department's Office of Civil Rights.
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control
He now controls the largest retail development empire in southern California.
You should not let other people control you.
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rule
the feudal lord who ruled this land
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manage
Within two years, he was managing the store.
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handle
She handled travel arrangements for the press corps.
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dominate
No company should be permitted to dominate the market.
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govern
They go to the polls on Friday to choose the people they want to govern their country.
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administer
Next summer's exams will be straightforward to administer.
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supervise
One of his jobs was supervising the dining room.
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be in charge of
,
reign over
Opostos
,
be subordinate to
,
be inferior to
(substantivo) 
Definition
an authoritative instruction that something must be done
The tanker failed to respond to a command to stop.
Sinônimos
order
Mr North had been arrested on the orders of the Spanish government.
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demand
He grew ever more fierce in his demands.
, ,
instruction
No reason for this instruction was given.
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dictate
They must abide by the dictates of the new government.
, ,
decree
He issued a decree ordering all unofficial armed groups to disband.
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bidding
the bidding of his backbenchers
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mandate
The union already has a mandate to ballot for a strike.
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canon
These measures offended all the accepted canons of political economy.
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directive
Thanks to a new directive, labelling will be more specific.
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injunction
He took out a court injunction against the newspaper.
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fiat
He has imposed solutions by fiat.
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ultimatum
,
commandment
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edict
In 1741 Catherine the Great issued an edict of toleration for Buddhism.
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precept
the precepts of Buddhism
(substantivo) 
Definition
knowledge
the struggle for command of the air
Sinônimos
domination
They had five centuries of domination by the Romans.
, ,
rule
the winding-up of British rule over the territory
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grasp
Peace is now within our grasp.
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sway
How can mothers keep daughters under their sway?
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mastery
a region where humans have gained mastery over the major rivers
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dominion
They believe they have dominion over us.
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upper hand
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power
women who have reached positions of great power and influence
,
(substantivo) 
Definition
the authority to command
In 1942 he took command of 108 Squadron.
Sinônimos
management
the responsibility for its day-to-day management
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power
The Prime Minister has the power to dismiss senior ministers.
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control
The first aim of his government would be to establish control over the republic's territory.
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authority
He has no natural authority.
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direction
The house was built under the direction of his partner.
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supervision
First-time licence holders have to work under supervision.
(substantivo) 
Definition
knowledge
His command of English was excellent.
Sinônimos
knowledge
the quest for scientific knowledge
, ,
grasp
They have a good grasp of foreign languages.
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mastery
He demonstrated his mastery of political manoeuvring.
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comprehension
The situation was utterly beyond her comprehension.
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fluency
He was praised for speeches of remarkable fluency.

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of administer
Definition
to manage (an organization or estate)
Next summer's exams will be straightforward to administer.
Sinônimos
run,
preside over,
be in charge of,
in the sense of authority
Definition
a position that has the power to command, control, or judge others
He has no natural authority.
in the sense of bid
Definition
to order
I dare say he did as he was bidden.
Sinônimos

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