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At one’s command vs Under one’s command

at one’s command—

1. at smb.’s word or phrase by which an order is given:

  • He presented, at her command, a rose that he gathered.

2. ready to be used; at one’s disposal:

  • Never was his inventive force more flexible and more at his command.

under one’s command—under smb.’s charge or control:

  • The editorial policy of the Daily Mail was under his total command.