How do I override the Linux commands

Linux Linux: copy file - this is how it works

--backupCaches files before overwriting them if they are two different files with the same name.-i
--interactiveIf a file would be overwritten by copying, you have to confirm this first.-l
--linkWith this option you choose that the file is not copied to the target directory. Instead, a link to the storage location of this file is set there, a so-called "hard link".-n
--no-clobberThis option does not overwrite any existing files.-p (of a lowercase p)
--preserve = timestamps, ownershipThe standard properties of the copied file are retained. Depending on your choice, this can be, for example, the time stamp for creation and editing (timestamps) or the creator of the file (ownership).-P (a capital P)
--no-dereferenceSymbolic links are copied as symbolic links instead of the system following the specified address.-s
--symbolic-linkInstead of copying, a symbolic link (i.e. a reference) is created.-u
--updateHere the file is only copied if the file is already in the target directory and it is older than the file to be copied.-v
--verboseHere the terminal shows exactly which actions are being carried out.