comando

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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 of comandare

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EtymologyEdit

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

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comando m (plural comandos)

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

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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

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comando

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