To order with authority; to lay injunction upon; to direct; to bid; to charge.
- To direct with authority; give orders to.
- To have control or authority over; rule: a general who commands an army.
- To have at one's disposal: a person who commands seven languages.
- To deserve and receive as due; exact: The troops' bravery commanded respect.
- To exercise dominating, authoritative influence over: "He commands any room he enters” ( Stephen Schiff).
- To dominate by physical position; overlook: a mountain commanding the valley below.
- To give orders.
- To exercise authority or control as or as if one is a commander.
- The act of commanding.
- An order given with authority.
- Computer Science A signal that initiates an operation defined by an instruction.
- The authority to command: an admiral in command.
- Possession and exercise of the authority to command: command of the seas.
- Ability to control or use; mastery: command of four languages.
- Dominance by location; extent of view.
- The jurisdiction of a commander.
- A military unit, post, district, or region under the control of one officer.
- A unit of the U.S. Air Force that is larger than an air force.
- Of, relating to, or constituting a command: command headquarters; a command decision.
- Done or performed in response to a command: a command performance.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
ആധിപത്യം - Aadhipathyam | adhipathyam ;ഉത്തരവുകൊടുക്കുക - Uththaravukodukkuka | Utharavukodukkuka ;നിയന്ത്രണം - Niyanthranam ;അധിപനായിരിക്കുക - Adhipanaayirikkuka | Adhipanayirikkuka ;ഹുക്കും - Hukkum ;നിയുക്തി - Niyukthi ;