commanding

listen to the pronunciation of commanding
الإنجليزية - التركية
hâkim olan
{i} komuta ediş
nüfuzlu
yetkili
emreden
{f} komuta et
{s} mükemmel
otoriter/kumanda eden
{s} hükmeden
{s} hakim
{s} etkili
hükmetme
{s} birinci sınıf
{s} saygın
kazan/gör/yönet
emir

Benim komutanın emirlerini görmezden gelemiyorum. - I can't ignore my commanding officer's orders.

(Ticaret) hakim olma
command
emretmek
command
emir

Benim komutanın emirlerini görmezden gelemiyorum. - I can't ignore my commanding officer's orders.

Kaptan emir verdiğinde, mürettebat uymalıdır. - When the captain commands, the crew must obey.

command
buyruk
command
kumanda
command
{f} buyurmak
command
komut

Komutan müzakere etmeyi reddetti. - The commander refused to negotiate.

Komutan adamlarını silah atışına maruz bıraktı. - The commander exposed his men to gunfire.

Commanding General, Fleet Marine Forces, Atlantic
(Askeri) Atlantik Donanma Deniz Piyade Kuvveti Komutanı
Commanding General, Fleet Marine Forces, Pacific
(Askeri) Pasifik Atlantik Donanma Deniz Piyade Kuvveti Komutanı
commanding general
(Askeri) KOMUTAN: Bir askeri birliğe komuta eden veya bir askeri müesseseyi idare eden general
commanding ground
(Askeri) Hakim mevkii
commanding ground
(Askeri) HAKİM ARAZİ: Çevresine nazaran hakim durumda olan arazi. Bu arazi; gözetleme ve ateş bakımından hakim durumu dolayısıyla, daha alçak arazi kısımlarını kontrolü altında bulundurur
commanding officer
(Askeri) komuta eden / komutan subay
commanding officer
(Askeri) KOMUTAN: Bir askeri mevki veya birliğin komutanı ve rütbece tuğgeneralden küçük olan subay. Buna "commander" de denir
commanding officer of troops
(Askeri) dost birlikleri komuta eden subay
commanding point
stratejik nokta
command
yönetmek
command
kontrol
command
yönetim
command
hüküm
command
(Askeri) bilgisayar ve istihbarat
command
hakim olmak (bir yere)
command
sorumluluk
command
kumandanlık etmek
command
(Dilbilim) buyurma
command
(Ticaret) to make an order
command
ferman
command
komutanlık
command
kumanda etmek emir vermek
command
genelkurmay
command
hükümranlık
command
kumandanlık
command
-e bakmak
deputy commanding general
(Askeri) komutan yardımcısı
command
{f} komuta et
command
layık olmak
command
hak etmek
command
komuta etmek
command
kumanda etmek
command
hakim olmak
command
komuta

Komutan adamlarını silah atışına maruz bıraktı. - The commander exposed his men to gunfire.

Komutan kalacaklarını söyledi. - The commander said they would stay.

command
egemenlik
command
(Askeri) iletişim

Mükemmel bir İngilizce iletişimi var. - He has a perfect command of English.

Tom'un iyi bir Fransızca iletişimi var. - Tom has a good command of French.

evil commanding
Kötülüğün yâni şeytanın emri altına girmiş olan
in a commanding manner
bir komuta şekilde
Chairman's guidance; Coast Guard; commanding general; comptroller general
(Askeri) Komutanlık / Başkanlık Yönergesi; sahil güvenlik; Komutan (General); Komptrolör general
command
komut, bir işlemin yerine getirilmesini sağlayan sözcük
command
{i} kuvvet

Komutan, takviye kuvvetlerini çağırdı. - The commander called reinforcements up.

command
yetki
command
{f} emir vermek
command
{i} (Bilgisayar) komut: search command arama komutu
command
{f} hüküm sürmek
command
{i} komutanlık, kumandanlık: Air Defense
command
{i} genel kurmay
command
{i} hakimiyet

Benim sekreterim iyi bir İngilizce hakimiyetine sahiptir. - My secretary has a good command of English.

O, iyi bir Fransızca hakimiyetine sahip. - She has a good command of French.

command
bir subayın kumanda ettiği askerler
command
idare etmek
command
at command emir üzerinde
command
a good command of rahat konuşabilme
command
(Askeri) KOMUTANLIK: Bir şahsın komutası altında bulunan bir birlik veya birlikler
command
{f} hükmetmek
command
kontrol etmek
command
(Askeri) Komutanlık, emir ve komuta yetkisi, komut
command
{f} telkin etmek
command
buyuru
command
tepeden görmek
command
(Askeri) (NATO) KOMUTANLIK: Silahlı Kuvvetlere mensup bir şahsa, askeri kuvvetlerin idaresi, faaliyetlerinin koordinesi ve kontrolü için verilmiş yetki
command
buyrultu
command
{f} kumanda et
command
{i} güç
commandingly
amirane
commandingly
(zarf) amirane
telemetry, tracking, and commanding
(Askeri) telemetre, takip ve komuta
verbal orders commanding officer
(Askeri) SÖZLÜ EMİR VEREN KOMUTAN
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
tending to give commands, authoritarian
Present participle of to command
impressively dominant

A commanding structure.

{a} ordering, govering, majestic
{s} full of authority, powerful (voice, etc.); in authority
If you are in a commanding position or situation, you are in a strong or powerful position or situation. Right now you're in a more commanding position than you have been for ages The French vessel has a commanding lead
Fitted to impress or control; as, a commanding look or presence
used of a height or viewpoint; "a commanding view of the ocean"; "looked up at the castle dominating the countryside"; "the balcony overlooking the ballroom"
of the highest rank; used of persons; "the commanding officer"
of the highest rank; used of persons; "the commanding officer
Exalted; overlooking; having superior strategic advantages; as, a commanding position
Exercising authority; actually in command; as, a commanding officer
approval If you describe someone as commanding, you mean that they are powerful and confident. Lovett was a tall, commanding man with a waxed gray mustache The voice at the other end of the line was serious and commanding. = authoritative see also command
imperant
commanding officer
an officer in command of a military unit
commanding officer
military commander between the rank of second lieutenant and colonel
commanding officer
A commanding officer is an officer who is in charge of a military unit. He got permission from his commanding officer to join me. A military officer in charge of a unit, post, camp, base, or station
commanding post
base or post with a strategic position
command
to dominate through ability, resources, position etc.; to overlook

Bridges commanded by a fortified house. (Motley.).

command
A body or troops, or any naval or military force, under the control of a particular officer
command
Dominating situation; range or control or oversight; extent of view or outlook
command
The right or authority to order, control or dispose of; the right to be obeyed or to compel obedience

to have command of an army.

command
The act of commanding; exercise or authority of influence

Command cannot be otherwise than savage, for it implies an appeal to force, should force be needful. (H. Spencer, Social Statics, p. 180).

command
A position of chief authority; a position involving the right or power to order or control

General Smith was placed in command.

command
To require with authority; to demand, order, enjoin

If thou be the son of God, command that these stones be made bread. (Mat. IV. 3.).

command
To have or exercise supreme power, control or authority over, especially military; to have under direction or control

to command an army or a ship.

command
To order, give orders; to compel or direct with authority
command
To exact, compel or secure by my moral influence; to deserve, claim

The best goods command the best price.

command
The degree of control a pitcher has over his pitches

He's got good command tonight.

command
An order, a compelling task given to an inferior or a machine
command
power of control, direction or disposal; mastery

a good command of language.

command
A directive to a computer program acting as an interpreter of some kind, in order to perform a specific task
command
{v} to order, direct, govern, overlook
command
{n} the right of commanding, an order
COMMAND
COMMAND.COM file, file which contains the command processor of DOS which is required for startup (Computers)
Command
cmd
command
To have a view, as from a superior position
command
the power or authority to command; "an admiral in command"
command
make someone do something be in command of; "The general commanded a huge army"
command
To direct to come; to bestow
command
make someone do something
command
To exercise direct authority over; to have control of; to have at one's disposal; to lead
command
demand as one's due; "This speaker commands a high fee"; "The author commands a fair hearing from his readers
command
Unit of military personnel
command
An officer who commands part of an army, navy, or air force is responsible for controlling and organizing it. the French general who commands the UN troops in the region He didn't just command. He personally fought in several heavy battles. Command is also a noun. In 1942 he took command of 108 Squadron. = charge
command
a position of highest authority; "the corporation has just undergone a change in command"
command
Power to dominate, command, or overlook by means of position; scope of vision; survey
command
A command is a Lisp function specially defined to be able to serve as a key binding in Emacs When you type a key (q v ), Emacs looks up its binding (q v ) in the relevant keymaps (q v ) to find the command to run See section Keys and Commands
command
availability for use; "the materials at the command of the potters grew" the power or authority to command; "an admiral in command" great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity; "a good command of French" an authoritative direction or instruction to do something a military unit or region under the control of a single officer a position of highest authority; "the corporation has just undergone a change in command" make someone do something be in command of; "The general commanded a huge army" demand as one's due; "This speaker commands a high fee"; "The author commands a fair hearing from his readers
command
A command is used to perform a particular operation The sphere command, for example, is used to create and edit spheres Command are used throughout Maya to perform almost all its various operations
command
An instruction to a computer that invokes the execution of a preprogrammed sequence of instructions
command
To order, to compel an inferior or a machine to do something
command
A command is a Lisp function specially defined to be able to serve as a key binding in Emacs When you type a key sequence (q v ), its binding (q v ) is looked up in the relevant keymaps (q v ) to find the command to run See section Keys and Commands
command
be in command of; "The general commanded a huge army"
command
To have within a sphere of control, influence, access, or vision; to dominate by position; to guard; to overlook
command
exercise authoritative control or power over; "control the budget"; "Command the military forces"
command
{s} carried out on command, done on demand
command
To hold, to control the use of
command
Authority; power or right of control; leadership; as, the forces under his command
command
A command is whatever you would have to type at the C: > prompt to get the system to do something besides come back with "Bad command or filename" A command in a batch file is anything that works from the command line plus a few addition possibilities discussed under "COMMAND COM" and "External Commands" (and some others I haven't written about) Commands never exceed one line: the Enter key (from the keyboard) or the end-of-line (or end-of-file) marker in a batch file terminates the command and is required to terminate it and cause its execution
command
If you have a particular skill or particular resources at your command, you have them and can use them fully. The country should have the right to defend itself with all legal means at its command
command
In the armed forces, a command is a group of officers who are responsible for organizing and controlling part of an army, navy, or air force. He had authorisation from the military command to retaliate
command
look down on; "The villa dominates the town"
command
An instruction that causes the Newton or a device connected to it to perform some action The user issues a command by tapping a button or choosing an item from a picker Source: NUIG
command
a military unit or region under the control of a single officer
command
If someone has command of a situation, they have control of it because they have, or seem to have, power or authority. Mr Baker would take command of the campaign In times of currency crisis interest rates can raised as a sign that a government is in command
command
If an army or country commands a place, they have total control over it. Yemen commands the strait at the southern end of the Red Sea. = rule Command is also a noun. the struggle for command of the air
command
An option form an application’s menu, or a command typed in by the user, such as at a DOS prompt or at the Run dialog box in Windows
command
An instruction to or request of a program, application, operating system, or other software, to perform a particular task Commands may be single words or may require additional phrases, variously called arguments, options, parameters, and qualifiers Unlike statements, commands execute as soon as you enter them ACCEPT, CLEAR, and COPY are examples of commands in SQL*Plus
command
(computer science) a line of code written as part of a computer program
command
1 Any field set within the Transmission Header (TH), Request/Response Header (TH), and/or Request/Response Unit (RU), that initiates and action or begins a protocol 2 In SDLC, a control information message sent from the primary station to the secondary station
command
A word or phrase, usually found in a menu, that you choose in order to carry out an action You choose a command from a menu, or type a command at the MS-DOS prompt Some commands are Format, Edit, Open, etc
command
If you command something such as respect or obedience, you obtain it because you are popular, famous, or important. an excellent physician who commanded the respect of all his colleagues
command
If someone in authority commands you to do something, they tell you that you must do it. He commanded his troops to attack `Get in your car and follow me,' he commanded He commanded that roads be built to link castles across the land `Don't panic,' I commanded myself. = instruct, order Command is also a noun. The tanker failed to respond to a command to stop the note of command in his voice. = instruction, order
command
A body of troops, or any naval or military force or post, or the whole territory under the authority or control of a particular officer
command
Control; power over something; sway; influence; as, to have command over one's temper or voice; the fort has command of the bridge
command
An instruction given to a computer, by means of a keyboard, mouse, voice command, etc
command
(kommando): a communicative function, typically realized by a sentence in the imperative A command is used when a speaker wants the hearer to do something Examples: Sit down Open your books Listen carefully
command
To have power or influence of the nature of authority over; to obtain as if by ordering; to receive as a due; to challenge; to claim; as, justice commands the respect and affections of the people; the best goods command the best price
command
A user operation or action on a device's screen that has a meaning to an application Uikon commands are invoked using the toolbar, toolband, menu bar or hotkeys
command
[BSG] A program designed to be invoked by typing its name at a terminal Multics commands are ordinary user programs, and what is more, ordinary PL/I procedures Commands and "subroutines" are indistinguishable at the PL/I and dynamic linking levels Although this reduces the number of search mechanisms, it rarely turned out to be useful, as calling a command as a subroutine or vice-versa, although fully possible and often done in kludges, presents all kinds of UI problems The proper handling and diagnosis of missing, malformed, or non-string arguments makes the passing of command arguments as actual parameters a poor idea, and the current C "argc/argv" scheme, an outcome of Multics's experience, is one correct solution
command
(n ) An instruction to the computer A command typically is a character string typed at a keyboard and is interpreted by the computer as a demand for a particular action
command
In computing, a command is an instruction that you give to a computer
command
an authoritative direction or instruction to do something a military unit or region under the control of a single officer a position of highest authority; "the corporation has just undergone a change in command"
command
An instruction to perform an operation or run a program When parameters, arguments, flags, or other operands are associated with a command, the resulting character string is a single command
command
A instruction to the computer or to a program
command
To order with authority; to lay injunction upon; to direct; to bid; to charge
command
uci That part of a computer instruction word that specifies the operation to be performed [MIL-HDBK-1908B]
command
The possession or exercise of authority
command
demand as one's due; "This speaker commands a high fee"; "The author commands a fair hearing from his readers"
command
great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity; "a good command of French"
command
A SCSI command is an instruction that an initiator issues to a target specifying the task to be carried out
command
an authoritative direction or instruction to do something
command
CP/M command line In general, a CP/M command line has three parts: the command keyword, command tail, and a carriage return To execute a command, enter a CP/M command line directly after the CP/M prompt at the console and press the carriage return or enter key
command
A command is input into a computer used to control it In the EWSD Switching System, Man-Machine Language (MML) commands are used to control the switch functions
command
A word or phrase in a script that requests an action For example, a script can send a stop command to a progress indicator object Compare event
command
A command is a Lisp function specially defined to be able to serve as a key binding in Emacs When you type a key (q v ), its binding (q v ) is looked up in the relevant keymaps (q v ) to find the command to run See section 1 6 Keys and Commands
command
To have or to exercise direct authority; to govern; to sway; to influence; to give an order or orders
command
{i} order, direction; control, domination; headquarters
command
An authoritative order requiring obedience; a mandate; an injunction
command
availability for use; "the materials at the command of the potters grew"
command
{f} rule, control, be in authority
command
Your command of something, such as a foreign language, is your knowledge of it and your ability to use this knowledge. His command of English was excellent. see also high command, second-in-command
commandingly
authoritatively, imposingly, domineeringly
commandingly
In a commanding manner
general officer commanding
military officer in charge (especially one who holds a rank above colonel)
commanding
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