What is Commandable?
Commandable definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
verb (used with object)
to direct with specific authority or prerogative; order: The captain commanded his men to attack.
to require authoritatively; demand: She commanded silence.
to have or exercise authority or control over; be master of; have at one’s bidding or disposal: The Pharaoh commanded 10,000 slaves.
to deserve and receive (respect, sympathy, attention, etc.): He commands much respect for his attitude.
to dominate by reason of location; overlook: The hill commands the sea.
to have authority over and responsibility for (a military or naval unit or installation); be in charge of.
verb (used without object)
to issue an order or orders.
to be in charge; have authority.
to occupy a dominating position; look down upon or over a body of water, region, etc.
the act of commanding or ordering.
an order given by one in authority: The colonel gave the command to attack.
Military. an order in prescribed words, usually given in a loud voice to troops at close-order drill: The command was “Right shoulder arms!” the order of execution or the second part of any two-part close-order drill command, as face in Right face!(initial capital letter) a principal component of the U.S. Air Force: Strategic Air Command. a body of troops or a station, ship, etc., under a commander.
the possession or exercise of controlling authority: a lieutenant in command of a platoon.
expertise; mastery: He has a command of French, Russian, and German.
British. a royal order.
power of dominating a region by reason of location; extent of view or outlook: the command of the valley from the hill.
Computers. an electric impulse, signal, or set of signals for initiating an operation in a computer. a character, symbol, or item of information for instructing a computer to perform a specific task. a single instruction.