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Commandants

ˈkɒm.ən.dænt

Meanings of Commandants:

noun

An officer in charge of a particular force or institution.

Usage examples:

The camp commandant

Commanded

kəˈmɑːnd

Meanings of Commanded:

verb

Give an authoritative or peremptory order.

Usage examples:

A gruff voice commanded us to enter
noun

An authoritative order.

Usage examples:

He obeyed her commands without question

Meanings of Commandeer:

verb

Officially take possession or control of (something), especially for military purposes.

Usage examples:

A nearby house had been commandeered by the army

Commandeered

ˌkɒm.ənˈdɪər

Meanings of Commandeered:

verb

Officially take possession or control of (something), especially for military purposes.

Usage examples:

A nearby house had been commandeered by the army

Meanings of Commandeering:

verb

Officially take possession or control of (something), especially for military purposes.

Usage examples:

A nearby house had been commandeered by the army

Commandeers

ˌkɒmənˈdɪə

Meanings of Commandeers:

verb

Officially take possession or control of (something), especially for military purposes.

Usage examples:

A nearby house had been commandeered by the army

Commander

kəˈmɑːn.dər

Meanings of Commander:

noun

A person in authority, especially over a body of troops or a military operation.

Usage examples:

The commander of a paratroop regiment

Commander-in-chief

kəˌmɑːn.dər.ɪnˈtʃiːf

Meanings of Commander-in-chief:

noun

A military leader who is in charge of all the armed forces of a country or of all the forces fighting in a particular area or operation

Usage examples:

The president of the united states is also commander in chief.

Commanders

kəˈmɑːndə

Meanings of Commanders:

noun

A person in authority, especially over a body of troops or a military operation.

Usage examples:

The commander of a paratroop regiment

Commanding

kəˈmɑːn.dɪŋ

Meanings of Commanding:

adjective

(in military contexts) having a position of authority.

Usage examples:

A commanding officer
verb

Give an authoritative or peremptory order.

Usage examples:

A gruff voice commanded us to enter

Meanings of Commanding-officer:

adjective

Having the authority to ...

Commandite

kəˌmɒndɪˈte

Meanings of Commandite:

noun

In france, canada, and some other countries, a company in which one or more partners are responsible for only the amount of money they have invested in the company if it is unable to pay its debts

Meanings of Commandment:

noun

A divine rule, especially one of the ten commandments.

Usage examples:

The sabbath had to be kept as ordered in the fourth commandment

Commandments

kəˈmɑːndmənt

Meanings of Commandments:

noun

A divine rule, especially one of the ten commandments.

Usage examples:

The sabbath had to be kept as ordered in the fourth commandment

Commando

kəˈmɑːn.dəʊ

Meanings of Commando:

noun

A soldier specially trained for carrying out raids.

Usage examples:

A commando attack

Meanings of Commandoes:

Plural of commando

Commandos

kəˈmɑːn.dəʊ

Meanings of Commandos:

noun

A soldier specially trained for carrying out raids.

Usage examples:

A commando attack

Commands

kəˈmɑːnd

Meanings of Commands:

verb

Give an authoritative or peremptory order.

Usage examples:

A gruff voice commanded us to enter
noun

An authoritative order.

Usage examples:

He obeyed her commands without question

Commas

ˈkɒm.ə

Meanings of Commas:

noun

A punctuation mark (,) indicating a pause between parts of a sentence or separating items in a list.

Usage examples:

For one thing, the author has a nasty habit of separating sentences with a comma, when a semi-colon…

Comme

ˌkɒm ɪl ˈfəʊ

Meanings of Comme:

adjective

Behaving or dressing in the right way in public according to formal rules of social behaviour

Usage examples:

Trust me - it's not comme il faut to wear a pink tie to a funeral.

Comme-il-faut

ˌkɒm ɪl ˈfəʊ

Meanings of Comme-il-faut:

adjective

Behaving or dressing in the right way in public according to formal rules of social behaviour

Usage examples:

Trust me - it's not comme il faut to wear a pink tie to a funeral.

Commemorate

kəˈmem.ə.reɪt

Meanings of Commemorate:

verb

Recall and show respect for (someone or something).

Usage examples:

A wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate the war dead

Meanings of Commemorated:

verb

Recall and show respect for (someone or something).

Usage examples:

A wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate the war dead

Commemorates

kəˈmɛməreɪt

Meanings of Commemorates:

verb

Recall and show respect for (someone or something).

Usage examples:

A wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate the war dead

Commemorating

kəˈmɛməreɪt

Meanings of Commemorating:

verb

Recall and show respect for (someone or something).

Usage examples:

A wreath-laying ceremony to commemorate the war dead

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