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command guidance


      n   a method of controlling a missile during flight by transmitting information to it  
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1    when tr, may take a clause as object or an infinitive   to order, require, or compel  
2    to have or be in control or authority over (a person, situation, etc.)  
3    tr   to have knowledge or use of  
he commands the language     
4    tr   to receive as due or because of merit  
his nature commands respect     
5    to dominate (a view, etc.) as from a height  
6    an order; mandate  
7    the act of commanding  
8    the power or right to command  
9    the exercise of the power to command  
10    ability or knowledge; control  
a command of French     
11      (Chiefly military)   the jurisdiction of a commander  
12    a military unit or units commanding a specific area or function, as in the RAF  
13      (Brit)  
a    an invitation from the monarch  
b    (as modifier)  
a command performance     
14      (Computing)   a word or phrase that can be selected from a menu or typed after a prompt in order to carry out an action  
     (C13: from Old French commander, from Latin com- (intensive) + mandare to entrust, enjoin, command)  

command economy  
      n   an economy in which business activities and the allocation of resources are determined by government order rather than market forces,   (Also called)    planned economy  
command guidance  
      n   a method of controlling a missile during flight by transmitting information to it  
command language  
      n     (Computing)   the language used to access a computer system  
command module  
      n   the cone-shaped module used as the living quarters in an Apollo spacecraft and functioning as the splashdown vehicle  
command paper  
      n   (in Britain) a government document that is presented to Parliament, in theory by royal command  
   See also       green paper       white paper  
command performance  
      n   a performance of a play, opera, etc., at the request of a ruler or of royalty  
command post  
      n     (Military)   the position from which a unit commander and his staff exercise command  
high command  
      n   the commander-in-chief and senior officers of a nation's armed forces  
      n      another term for       self-control  

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1    bid, charge, compel, demand, direct, enjoin, order, require  
2    administer, call the shots, call the tune, control, dominate, govern, handle, head, lead, manage, reign over, rule, supervise, sway  
3    behest, bidding, canon, commandment, decree, demand, direction, directive, edict, fiat, injunction, instruction, mandate, order, precept, requirement, ultimatum  
4    authority, charge, control, direction, domination, dominion, government, grasp, management, mastery, power, rule, supervision, sway, upper hand  
1    appeal (to), ask, beg, beseech, plead, request, supplicate  
2    be inferior, be subordinate, follow  

second in command     
depute     (Scot.)   deputy, number two, right-hand man, successor designate  

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SuperUser Do: used in Unix/Linux by a 'regular' (non-root) user to execute or preform an 'Administrator' (super user, root user) command or task.
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