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commanding definition

  • adjective:
    • Having command; managing.
    • Dominating, as by magnitude or position: took a commanding lead on polls; a commanding view regarding the sea.
    • tending to give instructions, authoritarian
    • impressively principal
    • Exercising authority; really in demand.
    • suited to wow or manage.
    • Exalted; overlooking; having exceptional strategic benefits.
    • used of a height or viewpoint
    • Having command; managing.
    • Dominating, as by magnitude or place: took a commanding lead at polls; a commanding view associated with the sea.
    • tending to offer commands, authoritarian
    • impressively prominent
    • Exercising authority; actually in command.
    • suited to impress or get a grip on.
    • Exalted; overlooking; having exceptional strategic benefits.
    • utilized of a height or viewpoint
  • verb:
    • provide participle of to demand.
    • Present participle of to command.
  • others:
    • Directing with authority; spent with expert; governing; bearing rule; exercising authority: as, a commanding officer.
    • of good or managing relevance; powerful; paramount: as, commanding impact.
    • Dominating; overlooking a wide region without obstruction: since, a commanding eminence.
    • with respect to or characteristic of a commander, or of 1 born or suited to demand; described as great self-esteem; powerful value, deference, obedience, etc.: as, a person of commanding target; commanding eloquence.
    • Imperious; domineering.
    • Directing with expert; spent with expert; governing; bearing rule; exercising authority: since, a commanding officer.
    • of good or controlling importance; effective; paramount: as, commanding impact.
    • Dominating; overlooking a wide region without obstruction: as, a commanding eminence.
    • Pertaining to or feature of a commander, or of one produced or suited to command; characterized by great dignity; compelling value, deference, obedience, etc.: as, a person of commanding target; commanding eloquence.
    • Imperious; domineering.
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