comando

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NounEdit

comando m (plural comandi)

  1. order, command
  2. command, charge, leadership
  3. headquarters
  4. (sports) head, lead
  5. (mechanics, electronics etc.) control, drive

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comando

  1. first-person singular present tense of comandare

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EtymologyEdit

From comandar (to command; to order), from com- + mandāre (to deliver; to order).

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NounEdit

comando m (plural comandos)

  1. order; command (task given to someone or something)
  2. command (right, authority or ability to order)
  3. (military) commando (small fighting force trained for quick raids)
  4. (military) commando (commando trooper)
  5. (military) a unit headed by a commander
  6. (military) area under the jurisdiction of a commander
  7. (sports) first place while a competition is underway
  8. (computing) command (directive to a computer program to perform a specific task)

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  • comandinho (diminutive)
  • comando-geral

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comando

  1. First-person singular (eu) present indicative of comandar

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NounEdit

comando m (plural comandos)

  1. commando

VerbEdit

comando

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of comandar.
Last modified on 1 December 2013, at 19:48