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command

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of COMMAND

1
a statement of what to do that must be obeyed by those concerned <the captain's commands were followed without question>
2
a highly developed skill in or knowledge of something <a command of French that is the result of a year spent in France as an exchange student>
3
the place from which a commander runs operations <the general set up his command in the old port city>
Related Words home, seat
4
a place from which authority is exercised <central command>
Related Words high command; center, home; capital
5
the right or means to command or control others <the army officer in command during the attack>
Near Antonyms helplessness, weakness
6
all that can be seen from a certain point <from his mountain perch, the scout had a command of the entire valley>
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