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command language

  

      n     (Computing)   the language used to access a computer system  
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command  
      vb  
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  
      n  
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  
self-command  
      n      another term for       self-control  

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command

  

      vb  
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  
      n  
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  
  
Antonyms     
  
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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n.
specific language used in the Pentagon
v.
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.
v.
to localize a website is to translate it in the local language of the ones who will read it.
id.
the phrase is uttered in an attempt to excuse the user of profanity or curses in the presence of those offended by it under the pretense of the words being part of a foreign language
Syn.: excuse my French
n.
artificial long word coined to mean a lung disease known as silicosis, a type of pneumoconiosis caused by inhalation of ultra-microscopic particles of crystalline silica volcanic dust. It has the particularity of being the longest word in the English language published in a dictionary
Longer tech. terms exist (up to 189,819 letters!).The word, presumably coined in 1935 by E.M. Smith (pres. of the National Puzzlers'League) in imitation of very long medical terms, contains 45 letters
n.
classical African concept, humanist phylosophy focusing on people`s interrelations. It is originary from Bantu languages.
"I am what I am because of who we all are" , "Live consciuosly" are sayings belonging to this phylosophy
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