In various versions of D&D, there's a cleric spell called "Command" where the cleric compels an enemy to obey a one-word command. Typical commands might be "sleep", "flee", "surrender", "undress", etc.
The problem for me is this limitation of using only one word. A command that's only one word in English might be more than one word in another language, and vice versa. "Have a nightmare" and "card wool" are single words in Navajo. Czech has a single word that means "call someone and let it ring only once so they know to call you back". Many languages let you incorporate the object in one word with the verb, so "give me it" is one word in Spanish, or even "go play with dolls" as one word in Chukchi.
D&D may have started as an English-language game, but it's gotten rather worldwide now. So I'm wondering, how do people limit Command to one word when playing D&D not in English?
Edit: Note that I'm not asking for suggestions for me and my gaming group, I'm looking to find out what is actually done in non-English gaming groups.