accomplish = ac(加强) + com(全部) + pli(满) + ish(表动词) = 全部弄满→完成
accomplied = ac(加强) + com(全部) + pli(满) + ed(形容词) = 全部弄满的→技艺高超的，熟练的
demanding = de(表加强) + mand(命令) + ing(形容词) = 要求高的，费力的，费心的
demand = de(下面) + mand(命令) = 向下传达的命令→要求
They waited for their master's command.
The tanker failed to respond to a command to stop.
I closed my eyes at his command.
Obey my commands at all times, defend yourselves at all times.
`Get in your car and follow me,' he commanded.
He commanded that roads be built to link castles across the land.
She commanded me to lie down and relax.
He commanded his troops to attack.
You asked me to command the air group when I'm on duty, and I'm on duty.
She was invited to Sandringham by royal command.
They don't like the note of command in his voice.
His command of English was excellent.
a singer with a natural command of melody
The British Forces under his command is the best .
a small garrison under the command of Major James Craig.
He had been in command of HMS Churchill for nearly a year.
Monty took command of the Eighth Army on August 13.
Mr Baker would take command of the campaign.
The army's supreme command has said the army will withdraw.
There would continue to be a joint command of U.S. and Saudi forces operating within Saudi borders.
the Strategic Air command
vt. to command a view of sth：俯临，俯瞰（景观等）
The loch is a point of rock, from which we could command a view.
His later work certainly commands respect.
He's an excellent physician who commanded the respect of all his colleagues.
The campaign commanded support from all sides.
There is no limit to what can be achieved here because of the fantastic support we command.
The Royal Navy would command the seas.
Yemen commands the strait at the southern end of the Red Sea.
He commanded a regiment of cavalry in Algiers.
the French general who commands the U.N. troops in the region
He didn't just command. He personally fought in several heavy battles.