order

I
n.
request for merchandise or services

1) to give, place, put in; make out, write out an order

2) to fill; take an order (has the waiter taken your order?)

3) to cancel an order

4) a prepublication; rush; shipping; side (esp. AE); standing order

5) (new) orders are falling off

6) on order (the merchandise is on order)

7) to order (made to order)

8) (misc.) a tall order to fill ('a difficult task to carry out')

command

9) to give, hand down (AE), issue an order

10) to carry out, execute an order; to obey, take orders

11) to cancel, countermand, rescind, revoke; violate an order

12) a direct; executive order

13) doctor's; marching; sealed; verbal; written orders

14) an order to + inf. (we received an order to attack)

15) an order that + clause; subj. (headquarters issued an order that the attack be/should be resumed)

16) by smb.'s order (by whose order was this done?)

17) under orders (we were under orders to remain indoors)

court decree

18) to issue an order

19) an affiliation (BE); cease-and-desist; court; gag; maintenance (BE), support (AE); restraining order

association, group

20) a cloistered; Masonic; mendicant; monastic; secret order

system

21) an economic; pecking; social order (he's at the bottom of the pecking order)

proper procedure

22) a point of order

23) in order; out of order (the senator was out of order)

24) to call a meeting to order

state of peace

25) to establish; maintain; restore order

state in which everything is in its proper place or condition

26) good, shipshape order

27) in; out of order (everything is in good order; this machine is out of order again)

condition

28) working order (in working order)

sequence

29) alphabetical; chronological; numerical order

30) in; out of order (in order of importance; in alphabetical order; these entries are out of order)

military formation

31) close; extended; open order

instructions to pay

32) a money, postal (BE) order

misc.

33) law and order; a new order; an old order

II
v.

1) (C) order a copy for me; or: order me a copy

2) (D; tr.) to order from (to order merchandise from a mail-order house)

3) (d; tr.) to order from, out of (she ordered him out of the house)

4) (d; tr.) to order off (the referee ordered the player off the field)

5) (H) the sergeant ordered his platoon to fall in

6) (L; subj.) the mayor ordered that free food be/should be distributed

7) (esp. AE) (N; used with a past participle) the judge ordered the prisoner transferred to the county jail

8) (misc.) the doctor ordered her to bed

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['ɔːdə]
Masonic
a new order
an old order
cease-and-desist
chronological
countermand
execute an order
executive order
extended
issue an order
marching
mendicant
monastic
numerical order
open order
or: order me a copy
pecking
postal (BE) order
rescind
restore order
restraining order
revoke
sealed
secret order
shipshape order
standing order
take orders
to obey
verbal
violate an order
write out an order
written orders
support (AE)
side (esp. AE)
take an order (has the waiter taken your order?)
social order (he's at the bottom of the pecking order)
subj. (headquarters issued an order that the attack be/should be resumed)
out of order (in order of importance; in alphabetical order; these entries are out of order)
out of (she ordered him out of the house)
(C) order a copy for me
(H) the sergeant ordered his platoon to fall in
(L; subj.) the mayor ordered that free food be/should be distributed
(d; tr.) to order from
(esp. AE) (N; used with a past participle) the judge ordered the prisoner transferred to the county jail
(misc.) the doctor ordered her to bed
(new) orders are falling off
['association, group'] a cloistered
['court decree'] to issue an order
['instructions to pay'] a money
['military formation'] close
['misc. '] law and order
['proper procedure'] a point of order
['request for merchandise or services'] to give
['sequence'] alphabetical
['state in which everything is in its proper place or condition'] good
['state of peace'] to establish
['system'] an economic
a direct
a prepublication
an order that + clause
doctor's
in order
to call a meeting to order
to cancel
to cancel an order
to carry out
to fill
(misc.) a tall order to fill ('a difficult task to carry out')
an affiliation (BE)
by smb. 's order (by whose order was this done?)
['condition'] working order (in working order)
to order (made to order)
on order (the merchandise is on order)
(d; tr.) to order off (the referee ordered the player off the field)
an order to + int. (we received an order to attack)
under orders (we were under orders to remain indoors)

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