B2 [ C ] an order, especially one given by a soldier（尤指军人发出的）命令，指示
C2 [ U ] control over someone or something and responsibility for him, her, or it指挥；控制；管辖
The command was given to cease fire .
The general was relieved of his command in 1941.
Regiments are usually commanded by a colonel and are sometimes made up of soldiers from a particular city or part of the country.
We could hear the sergeant bellowing commands to his troops.
He obeys her every command.
B2 [ S or U ] a great knowledge of a subject and an ability to use that knowledge（对知识的）掌握，运用能力
[ S ] formal a view景色
[ I or T ] to give someone an order命令，指示
[ I or T ] to control someone or something and tell him, her, or it what to do指挥；统帅；管辖
I commanded them to halt.
He commanded one of the Highland regiments.
He can't go round commanding people to do what he says.
He commanded the ship during the second world war.
The queen commands that you should go to her at once.
[ T ] to deserve and get something good, such as attention, respect, or a lot of money应得，值得
[ T ] formal to give a view呈现，可看到
a group of soldiers or an area controlled by a commander部队；兵团；军区