order in English and example sentences

order in German

Pronunciation
n. Ordnung; Orden; Folge; Zustand; Befehl; Bestellung; Weihe, Priesterweihe
v. befehlen; bestellen; anordnen, Ordnung machen

order in English

Pronunciation
v. command; request something; arrange; manage

Example Sentences

Eine Order kommt für uns nur in Betracht, wenn Sie den Kaufpreis um 5 % reduzieren.
We will only consider placing an order if you reduce the price by 5%.
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In diesem Falle wäre Zwischenstaatlichkeit nicht länger die Order des Tages, sondern stattdessen würde die gemeinschaftliche Methode als akzeptiert gelten.
If that happens, then intergovernmentalism is no longer the order of the day, and the community method will have been adopted.
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Es bestand Einvernehmen darüber, dass Praktiken wie Blitzorder, Spoofing und Pinging unlauter oder sogar missbräuchlich sind.
There has been agreement that practices like flash orders, spoofing and pinging are unfair or even abusive.
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Keine Order eines einzelnen Mitgliedstaates oder der gesamten EU kann daran das Geringste ändern.
No edict from the government of a Member State or from the EU as a whole can change that in the slightest.
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"Without prejudice to their respective powers and responsibilities in order to cope with international disequilibria.”
'Without prejudice to their respective powers and responsibilities in order to cope with international disequilibria.'
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In der englischen Fassung heißt es unzutreffend lediglich "in order to be able to present him in legal proceedings."
The English version is incorrect and simply reads "in order to be able to represent him in legal proceedings" .
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Der Begriff 'public order' ergibt in diesem Zusammenhang im englischen keinen Sinn.
The words 'public order' have no meaning in this context in English.
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Er hatte der UNO die Order erteilt, entweder 'an seiner Seite oder abseits' zu stehen.
He ordered the UN to either be on the side of the US or to stay on the sidelines.
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Europäische Händler und Weiterverarbeiter ordern nicht mehr, sondern warten auf bessere Angebote aus China.
European retailers and manufacturers are no longer ordering, but are waiting for better offers from China.
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Verb forms for order
Present participle: ordering
Present: order (3.person: orders)
Past: ordered
Future: will order
Present conditional: would order
Present Perfect: have ordered (3.person: has ordered)
Past Perfect: had ordered
Future Perfect: will have ordered
Past conditional: would have ordered