Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Command"

The meaning of "Command" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Unlike some other command types, when an Action command is issued it is by default added to the Action queue and is not executed until trajectory processing is started.

Does this sounds natural? mean?
A: It is natural! I’m assuming it has to do with something in the technology or coding field, but I’m not sure
Q: What does

He has good command over English language. mean?
A: He has a good command OF English. This means he is able to correctly use English to express himself, including grammar, sentence construction and vocabulary, for conversation and writing.
Q: What does You will be second in command to me.
mean?
A: More like "after me". If you are second in command to Bob, that means Bob is first in command (highest).
Q: What does they're in command. mean?
A: it means that they have control, or authority over someone/ somethhing
Q: What does He did my command at the drop of a hat. mean?
A: it's describing how fast he did the command
imagine how long it takes to drop a hat on to the floor (in a regular setting not like off of a building)
it's poetic but used often enough to have it lose some of its poetic and metaphorical charm

it just says how fast he did the command

another like this is

in the blink of an eye.

Example sentences using "Command"

Q: Please show me example sentences with command.
A: Boss commanded us to leave early.
We had no choice but to do so as they commanded.
My supervisor commanded me to finish the project by this Friday.
We have to obey his commands.
The manager took command of the situation.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I’m at your command.
A: テレビや漫画たったです。

Welcome admiral, the fifth space fleet is at your command.
All these people are at your command.
“My lady” he whispered into her ear, “I am completely at your command”.
Q: Please show me example sentences with command.
A: thank you!
Q: Please show me example sentences with command.
A: A dog can learn many different commands such as: sit, speak, and roll over


Synonyms of "Command" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to command and to dictate ?
A:
I don't like it when someone wants to dictate to me. (what to do what not to do)
I don't like it when someone says something to me in a demanding tone.

*command* = is to order, give orders; to compel or direct with authority
*dictate* = is to order, command, control.

What right do they have to dictate how we live our lives?
Don't try to dictate to children; they will obey you better if you ask them politely.
It took him a long time to dictate this letter.

The ability to impart knowledge and command respect is essential for teachers.
The army is under the king's command.
She has a good command of the Spanish language.

https://wikidiff.com/command/dictate
Q: What is the difference between command and demand ?
A: To command means to issue a legitimate request from the position of authority. I can command my soldiers, I can’t command my teacher. I can command my leg to bend, I can’t command a bird to sing.

To demand is to request strongly, perhaps in a threatening manner. While it may come from a position of authority, it also can be used to compell people in a position of authority. For example, a child can demand. A student can demand (something from a teacher). A citizen can demand something from their government.
Q: What is the difference between command and instruction ?
A: Command: telling someone to do something without giving them any options

Example: ‘write this down, right now.’

Instruction: telling someone how to do something

Example: cooking recipes, or directions
Q: What is the difference between command and helm ?
A: "Command" is an order. An example is "I command you to come here." "Helm" is the person in control. An example of this is "Bruce Wayne is at the helm of Wayne Industries."
Helm can also be the area on a ship where the steering wheel is or a helmet worn in battle.
Q: What is the difference between command and order ?
A: Command and order are synonyms, they are exactly the same, you could order someone to do something or you could command them to but there would not be a difference. I think command might have a slightly more formal connotation though.

Translations of "Command"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When would you put on command key on keyboard, which fingers do you used?

⌘ + c(copy)」=thumb + index finger?
A: When you *press* *the Command key* on the keyboard, what fingers do you *use*?

I'm not at a Mac computer right now, so I don't think I can reliably remember. haha
I'm on a Windows, which has the Ctrl button on the corners of the keyboard, so I use my pinky for Ctrl and my index finger for C.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? When I want to give a command to my students, such as starting the meal, have lunch, go out and play, go to pee,etc, can I say: Let have lunch, let eat, let go out and play, let go to pee? Because Let's is Let us, it means the students and I do together.
A: You still say “let’s,” as if you were part of the activity, too. If you don’t want to include yourself, you can say, “It’s time to [verb]” or “It’s time for [noun]”

It’s pretty common to say “let’s” when you’re talking with little children, though.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? does it sound natural: uploading complex commands on longer distance is nearly impossible from a scientific point of view with our level of knowledge.
A: uploading complex data over long distances is nearly impossible from a scientific point of view with our current level of technology.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I have a good command of French, which enable me to communicate well with foreigners. does it sound natural?
A: The first part before the comma is a little awkward so I would say, "I speak French well, and that enables me to communicate well with foreigners."
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? When I have a good command of English, Spanish people would say "Me defiendo". What about the British?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Command"

Q: which one is the best command to give a greeting to our teacher?

A. Greet to our teacher
B. Greeting to our teacher
A: More natural: Say hello to our teacher.
Q: ①I take command.

②Tell the men we're moving out.

Do those sentences mean the same thing?

(I heard ② in video game.The game is Resident Evil. )
A: They don't mean the same.

"I take command" means "Now I am the leader and will dictate what what we will do as a group."

"Tell the men we're moving out" means "Since I am the one that makes the decisions around here, tell everyone in our group we're changing location to gain an advantage."
Q: Please show me how to pronounce commend, command.
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Q: I think that the command of English is necessary based on three reasons.
Firstly,English becomes the universal language more and more it is due to advance of globalization.For example,There are many opportunities to associate with a foreignerowing to increase in foreigner.
Secondly,these days,The Japanese company makes much of english.In a word,it mean that we do not speak English in living in Japan, but am surely necessary to enter the company.
英語の必要性についての感想文です
表現のおかしいところなど教えて欲しいです Does this sound natural?
A: It makes sense but there are some grammar mistakes! I will just fix the grammar for you. "I think that a general command of English is necessary based on 3 reasons. First, English has become the universal language due to globalization. For example, now that there are more foreigners, there are also more opportunities to associate with the foreigners. Second, Japanese companies these days really value English. In other words, even though we do not speak English in our daily lives in Japan, it is still necessary to speak English to enter a company." Hope this helps!
Q: What do you call this command? Give me the paw?
A: Shake my hand. Or simply: Shake!

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