Command [noun]

Definition of Command:

directive, instruction

Opposite/Antonyms of Command:

Sentence/Example of Command:

The feature, which has been around for years, allows Alexa users to combine multiple tasks into a single voice command of their choosing.

Second, the department plans to overhaul the process and chain of command for simultaneous search warrants.

The formidable DJI RoboMaster S1 will accept commands from a remote, or via a simple coding system called Scratch.

You could have it switch all your smart home devices off with a single command.

Bashagha, who sought to rein in militias after fighting between armed groups rocked Tripoli in 2018, angered al-Sarraj by stating publicly that the civilian police under his command would protect demonstrators.

Given that the electoral buck stops with a state Supreme Court, you should watch Chief Justice Patience Roggensack, who commands the court’s conservative majority.

On stage and online drag performers have commanded attention, spoken their minds, and challenged the world’s perception of gender.

However, the complaint notes Murphy had reported these incidents to his immediate supervisor, others in his chain of command, and DHS’s inspector general between March 2018 and August 2020 — well before his demotion.

Even though there are 800 firefighters working out of a command center at Sierra High School — practically across the street from our place, it was smoke that forced them out, not the approaching fire.

From Gmail’s smart compose, which recommends what to type next, to Facebook recommending who to tag by detecting the faces in the photos, to Siri being able to understand voice commands and creating responses, all are using the power of AI.