Without -v or -V, execute name with given arguments. This command bypasses any aliases or functions that may be defined for name. When used with a special built-in, it prevents the built-in from exiting the script if it fails.
Use a predefined, default search path, not the current value of PATH.
Print a description of how the shell interprets name.
Print a more verbose description of how the shell interprets name.
Create an alias for rm that gets the system’s version, and runs it with the -i option:
alias 'rm=command -p rm -i'