příkaz, velitelství, velení, povel, rozkaz, znalost, ovládánívelet, přikázat, ovládat, nařídit, vládnout, poručit, rozkázat, disponovat čím
Noun(1) an authoritative direction or instruction to do something(2) a military unit or region under the control of a single officer(3) the power or authority to command(4) availability for use(5) a position of highest authority(6) great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity(7) (computer science
Verb(1) be in command of(2) make someone do something(3) demand as one's due(4) look down on(5) exercise authoritative control or power over
(1) Once you have a command over these combinations, you can always improvise and go beyond that depending on your creativity.(2) They may both be remakes of better films, but there is no denying that the American versions of these Japanese classics now command a very strong position in the marketplace.(3) I obeyed her command without questioning, since she was responsible for the most fun I'd had in my life up to that point.(4) For much of the season, he has struggled with command of his fastball.(5) He makes a number of solid points in this column, and I imagine these abuses would have been caught much earlier had he been in command in late 2003.(6) Their massive towers were designed to house garrisons, customs and city officials and command a view of the boulevards.(7) Without question they both obeyed his command and followed after him.(8) The Magginis have a brilliant command of the idiom.(9) "I am now assuming command of this force, " I told them.(10) There is every chance he could still command a majority of above 80 at the next election, ordinarily the sign of a strong, healthy government.(11) But standing, you should have been able to command enough attention to quiet everyone down.(12) Captain York, you may have commanded your own regiment in the late war, but so long as you command a troop in mine you will obey my orders.(13) This, we would not be able to do unless we have a sound and effective command over English.(14) The military's southern command said an infantry brigade has been sent to the site to assist the citizens.(15) a five-member general command(16) David continued to examine the ship while the troops under his command maintained the perimeter.
(1) command line :: příkazový řádek
(2) chain of command :: velení
(3) command economy :: řízená ekonomika
(4) command button :: příkazové tlačítko
(5) voice command :: hlasový příkaz
(6) command center :: velící středisko
(7) command post :: velitelské stanoviště
(8) command and control :: velení a řízení
(9) command module :: velitelský modul
1. order ::
2. authority ::
3. knowledge ::
4. control ::
5. statement ::
6. bid ::
7. order ::
8. be in charge of ::
mít na starost
9. receive ::
10. control ::
11. require ::
12. dominate ::
1. mind ::
2. obey ::
command, commanded, commanding, commands
Word Example from TV Shows
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So if I COMMAND you to stay in Meereen
and patrol the streets?
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 7
I COMMAND the council to make all necessary
arrangements for my coronation.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
Forgive me, Your Grace. By the King's
COMMAND, I cannot let you pass.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 2
Your COMMAND of the cavalry
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 1
I am yours to COMMAND.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 8
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