be at (one's) command

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be at (one's) command

To be available to help or serve one. As the resident file clerk, I am at your command! How can I help with this project?
See also: command

be at somebody’s comˈmand

(formal) be ready to obey somebody: I’m at your command — what would you like me to do?
See also: command