commandin front of the desired command.
For example, let's figure that we assigned an alias to
echo, like this:
alias echo="ping google.com"
What happens if we launch the command?
$ echo # Output # > PING google.com (18.104.22.168) 56(84) bytes of data. # ...
In order to make the shell ignore the alias and launching the actual command, we have to make
command precede the desired command (e.g.
$ command echo # Output # > $ command echo "hi man" # Output # > ciao mbare
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