Sinónimos de command en inglés:

command


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1‘he commanded his men to retreat’

SINÓNIMOS
order, give orders to, give the order to, tell, direct, instruct, call on, enjoin, adjure, charge, require, prescribe
literario bid

2‘he commanded a tank unit’

SINÓNIMOS
be in charge of, be in command of, have charge of, have control of, be the leader of, be the boss of, preside over, be in authority over, hold sway over
head, lead, rule, govern, control, direct, guide, manage, supervise, superintend, oversee
be in the driver's seat, be in the saddle, be at the helm, take the chair
coloquial head up, run the show, call the shots, call the tune

3‘the clergy command great respect from the population’

SINÓNIMOS
receive, be given, get, gain, obtain, secure

nombre

1‘the officers shouted their commands’

SINÓNIMOS
order, instruction, directive, direction, commandment, injunction, demand, stipulation, requirement, exhortation, bidding, request
decree, dictate, diktat, edict, ruling, resolution, pronouncement, ordinance, mandate, fiat, precept
literario behest
arcaico hest
marginal rescript

2‘he had sixteen men under his command’

SINÓNIMOS
authority, control, charge, power, direction, dominion, domination, influence, sway, guidance
leadership, mastery, rule, government, management, supervision, superintendence, administration, jurisdiction

3‘she had a brilliant command of English’

SINÓNIMOS
knowledge, mastery, grasp, grip, comprehension, understanding
ability in, fluency in