You can print information for one or more commands by using:
tldr command1 [command2 ...]
This client downloads all tldr pages on the first run (resulting in a database of about 800 KB) which should only take a couple of seconds. To redownload the pages and rebuild the database you can use:
The database is then stored in the cache directory of your platform.
If you want all the commands matching a grep style regex, let’s say g[ie]t$, use:
tldr -s 'g[ie]t$'