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Noun
/kəˈmandər/,
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commanders, plural;
  1. A person in authority, esp. over a body of troops or a military operation
    • - the commander of a paratroop regiment
  2. A naval officer of high rank, in particular (in the US Navy or Coast Guard) an officer ranking above lieutenant commander and below captain

  3. (in certain metropolitan police departments) The officer in charge of a division, district, precinct, or squad

  4. A member of a higher class in some orders of knighthood


  1. commanding officer: an officer in command of a military unit
  2. someone in an official position of authority who can command or control others
  3. a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a lieutenant commander and below a captain
  4. air force officer: an officer in the airforce
  5. (commandership) the position or office of commander
  6. (commanding) used of a height or viewpoint; "a commanding view of the ocean"; "looked up at the castle dominating the countryside"; "the balcony overlooking the ballroom"
  7. Commander is a naval rank which is also sometimes used as a military title depending on the individual customs of a given military service. Commander is also used as a rank or title in some organizations outside of the armed forces, particularly in police and law enforcement.
  8. Z Force is a fictional infantry military unit that features in the Action Force universe, a European version of the G.I.Joe action figure and comic book series.
  9. In the Canadian Forces, the rank of Commander (Capitaine de frégate or capf) is a Naval rank equal to a Lieutenant-Colonel of the Army or Air Force. A Commander is senior to a LieutenantCommander or an Army or Air Force Major, and junior to a Captain(N) or Colonel.
  10. A file manager or file browser is a computer program that provides a user interface to work with file systems. ...
  11. The Commander (knife) is a large recurve folding knife made by Emerson Knives, Inc. that was based on a custom design, the ES1-M, by Ernest Emerson that he originally built for a West Coast Navy SEAL Team. It was winner of the Blade Magazine Overall Knife of the Year Award for 1999.
  12. "Commander" is a song performed by American recording artist Kelly Rowland from her self-titled third studio album, Kelly Rowland (2010). It serves as the project's international lead single and her debut release with Universal Motown. ...
  13. Starfleet ranks and insignia are fictional titles and badges that form the hierarchy of Starfleet in the Star Trek television shows and movies. Starfleet's ranks seem to be based on those used by the United States Navy.
  14. One who exercises control and direction of a military or naval organization; A naval officer whose rank is above that of a lieutenant commander and below that of captain; One who exercises control and direction over a group of persons; A designation or rank in certain non-military organizations ...
  15. (commanding) tending to give commands, authoritarian; impressively dominant
  16. (Commanders) Itakura Shigemasa (800 men) Matsudaira Nobutsuna (1500 men)
  17. (Commanders) are the most important beings within the Republic of Gilead. Like the handmaids their role is to procreate but due to their gender however, this role within society is elavated above that of the handmaids. ...
  18. (COMMANDING) Process of scheduling and issuing instructions for actions to be carried out by a space-based instrument or spacecraft. Source: EPO.
  19. One who is in command because of rank, position, or other circumstances. (See also battle command and command.)
  20. The rank of commander evolved in smaller types of early warships. In the larger warships of the sixteenth century, the captain would have a master as his chief navigator, while he commanded the firing of the guns, but in smaller ships the two offices were combined, as "master and commander". ...
  21. This crewmember has ultimate responsibility for the safety of embarked personnel and has authority throughout the flight to deviate from the flight plan, procedures, and personnel assignments as necessary to preserve crew safety or vehicle integrity. ...
  22. the astronaut in chargew of a space mission. Also the pilot of the shuttleduring launch and re-entry.
  23. The Commander of an Internet Military is the one who orders the original attack, has the power to call it off, and is the only one authorized to "nuke" the site.
  24. My long-suffering octogenarian mother (or is it me who’s long-suffering?). Champion grammar corrector. If you feel the urge to say something like “I ain’t got none” make sure that you get yourself over to the schoolyard or some other place where you are out of earshot.
  25. A crew member operating the command chair, at one time, those specialized in the Commander skillset. The commander pilots the ship and operates additional modules including aetherholds and their associated scoops, and anchor modules.