in command meaning
- [American slang]
adv. phr. In control of; in charge. Helen is in command of the situation.
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- he might end up in command of the platoon.
- he had been in command at the irrigating ditch the day before.
- the admiral was in command of all german forces in the north.
- corell said, "you should not be in command if you are afraid."
- the young man reached orenburg and presented himself to the general in command.