Definitions and translations for "order"

Definition of order

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Noun
1. Arrangement, disposition, sequence.
2. The state of being well arranged.
The house is in order; the machinery is out of order.
3. Conformity with law or decorum; freedom from disturbance; general tranquillity; public quiet.
To preserve order in a community or an assembly
4. A command.
5. A request for some product or service; a commission to purchase, sell, or supply goods.
6. A group of religious adherents, especially monks or nuns, set apart within their religion by adherence to a particular rule or set of principles; as, the Jesuit Order.
7. An association of knights; as, the Order of the Garter, the Order of the Bath.
8. Any group of people with common interests.
9. A decoration, awarded by a government, a dynastic house, or a religious body to an individual, usually for distinguished service to a nation or to humanity.
10. A rank in the classification of organisms, below class and above family; a taxon at that rank.
Magnolias belong to the order Magnoliales.
11. A number of things or persons arranged in a fixed or suitable place, or relative position; a rank; a row; a grade; especially, a rank or class in society; a distinct character, kind, or sort.
The higher or lower orders of society
Talent of a high order
12. An ecclesiastical grade or rank, as of deacon, priest, or bishop; the office of the Christian ministry; often used in the plural.
To take orders, or to take holy orders, that is, to enter some grade of the ministry
13. The disposition of a column and its component parts, and of the entablature resting upon it, in classical architecture; hence (as the column and entablature are the characteristic features of classical architecture) a style or manner of architectural designing.
14. The sequence in which a side’s batsmen bat; the batting order.
15. A power of polynomial function in an electronic circuit’s block, such as a filter, an amplifier, etc.
16. The overall power of the rate law of a chemical reaction, expressed as a polynomial function of concentrations of reactants and products.
17. The cardinality, or number of elements in a set or related structure.
18. The number of vertices in a graph.
19. A partially ordered set.
20. The relation on a partially ordered set that determines that it in fact a partially ordered set.
21. The sum of the exponents on the variables in a monomial, or the highest such among all monomials in a polynomial.
Verb
22. To set in some sort of order.
23. To arrange, set in proper order.
24. To issue a command to.
To order troops to advance
25. To request some product or service; to secure by placing an order.
To order groceries
26. To admit to holy orders; to ordain; to receive into the ranks of the ministry.
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English - English - order

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n. arrangement; instruction; command; request for something; religious group
v. command; request something; arrange; manage
n. order, request for something; command

English - Spanish - order

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s. orden, acordada, comando, directriz, disposición, instrucción, mandamiento, mandato, ordenanza, precepto; arreglo, distribución, formación, ordenación, organización; pedido, encargo; tipo, clase
v. mandar a pedir, encargar, hacer un pedido a; hacer el pedido; ordenar, disponer, poner en orden; comandar, consignar ordenes, decir

English - French - order

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n. ordre; commande; commandement; mandat; ordre religieux
v. ordonner; commander; organiser; diriger

English - German - order

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

English - Indonesian - order

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n. urutan, urut-urutan, susunan, tata, tertib, ketertiban, ketenteraman, tata tertib, kerapian, acara, peraturan rapat, pesan, pesanan, bestel, antaran, perintah, suruhan, rodi, golongan, medali, tanda jasa, orde, jenis, pangkat
v. memerintah, menyuruh, suruh, memerintahkan, memesan, berpesan, bestel, mengatur, menyusun

English - Italian - order

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s. ordine, successione, ordinamento; disposizione, sistemazione, assetto; formazione, schieramento; compagine; stato, condizione; quiete pubblica; procedura, prassi; comando; permesso, autorizzazione
v. ordinare a, comandare a, ingiungere a; imporre; commissionare; prescrivere; regolare, organizzare; disporre, sistemare; destinare

English - Polish - order

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n. klasa, rząd w systematyce i matematyce, order, porządek, ład, kolejność, bieg, dyslokacja, następstwo, szyk, zakon, polecenie, rozkaz, zamówienie, przekaz, hasło, instrukcja, nakazanie, obstalunek, stalunek, warstwa społeczna, zapotrzebowanie, zgromadzenie się
v. uporządkować, regulować, uszeregować, uregulować, zamawiać, rozkazać komuś coś zrobić, kazać, nakazać, polecić, zrządzić, uporządkowywać, zamówić, nakazywać, polecać, zrządzać

English - Portuguese - order

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s. ordem, mandato; regra; preceito; costume; convite; grupo religioso
v. convidar; ordenar; arrumar; mandar; dirigir

English - Romanian - order

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n. ordine, succesiune, serie, secvenţă, rânduială, bună rânduială, dispoziţie, stare de funcţionare, ordin, regulament, statut, poruncă, comandă, ordin de plată, scop, intenţie, hotărâre, decizie, fel, categorie, poziţie socială, clasă, clasă socială, rang, sistem, cin {înv.}, ordin cavaleresc, stil, ceată, bilet gratuit, bilet de favoare
n. ordine de bătaie
v. ordona, porunci, prescrie, recomanda, comanda, face o comandă de, aranja, rândui, dispune, sistematiza, organiza, trimite cu ordin, delega, da ordine, face ordine

English - Russian - order

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с. порядок, последовательность; пропуск, устав, упорядоченность; расположение, исправность; хорошее физическое состояние, чистота, спокойствие; строй, государственное устройство; регламент, боевой порядок; степень, уровень
ордер, приказ; предписание, инструкция, распорядок, распоряжение, разнарядка; заказ
г. приказывать, велеть, распоряжаться; направлять, назначать, предписывать, прописывать; заказать; приводить в порядок, упорядочивать, предопределять

English - Turkish - order

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f. emir vermek, emretmek, buyurmak, söylemek, tavsiye etmek (doktor), sipariş vermek, ısmarlamak, düzenlemek, sıraya koymak
i. düzen, tertip, asayiş, sıra, dizi, tabaka, usul, yöntem, çalışır durum, emir, buyruk, ödeme emri, sipariş, basamak, hane, sınıf, rütbe, nişan, mezhep, tarikat, paso

English - Ukrainian - order

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n. порядок, послідовність, розташування, розміщення, заведений порядок, справність, добрий стан, лад, добрий фізичний стан, регламент, процедура: правила процедури, порядок ведення, суспільний лад, устрій, наказ, розпорядження, інструкція, дозвіл, перепустка, ордер, вексель, чек, замовлення, порція, ранг, чин, звання, орден, відзнака
n. рицарський орден, релігійний орден, товариство, організація приватних осіб, група духовних осіб, духовний сан, рід, сорт, властивість, ряд, підклас, веління, спокій, диспозиція, загад, заказ, замова, заявка, команда, переказ, припис, стрій
v. наказувати, розпоряджатися, посилати, відсилати, призначати, приписувати ліки, замовляти, упорядковувати, доводити до ладу, розташовувати, розкладати в певному порядку, висвячувати в духовний сан, визначати, веліти, запорядити, казати, найменувати, наказати

German - English - order

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v. command; request something; arrange; manage

Polish - English - order

n. order, decoration

Dutch - English - order

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n. order, command, indent, say so

English - Dutch - order

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zn. orde, rangorde, volgorde, stand, klasse, soort, rang, ordeteken, order, bevel, lastgeving, hottol l i nn

English - Greek - order

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ουσ. προσταγή, τάξη, σύστημα, κανόνας, διαταγή, παραγγελία, εντολή, τάγμα, παράσημο, βαθμός
ρήμ. διατάσσω, παραγγέλλω, κανονίζω, παραγγέλνω, προστάζω

German - Spanish - order

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n. orden (f), pedido (m)

German - French - order

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n. commande (f), directive (f), ordre (m)

German - Italian - order

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n. comando (m), ordine {comm.} (m)

German - Russian - order

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n. приказ (f), заказ (f), наряд (f), инструкция (f), команда (f), поручение (f), распоряжение (f)

German - Turkish - order

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i. komut (f), sipariş (f)

Dutch - French - order

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1. (militair) ordre (m)
2. (bevel) commandement (m); ordre (m); ordonnance (f); mandat (m)

German - Dutch - order

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order

English - Arabic - order

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‏طلب تجاري، درجة كهنوتية، أمر، نظام، نقابة، رهبنة، أخوية، منزلة، تعليمات، وسام عسكري، ضرب، نوع، طراز، إذن، طبقة، جماعة، طقس ديني، ترتيب، طراز معماري، أمر عسكري، توصية، فرض، النظام‏
‏أمر، نظم، رتب، طلب في المطعم، وصف دواء، أدار، طلب‏

English - Chinese - order

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(名) 次序, 命令, 规则
(动) 命令; 定购; 指挥; 叫; 下命令, 指挥; 点菜; 定购

English - Chinese - order

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(名) 次序, 命令, 規則
(動) 命令; 定購; 指揮; 叫; 下命令, 指揮; 點菜; 定購

English - Hindi - order

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n. इंतिज़ाम, व्यवस्था, क्रम, प्रकार, ढंग, श्रेणि, प्रणाली, तरीक़ा, तरतीब, नियोग, परवाना, उपनियम, आज्ञप्ति, अनुशासन, डिगरी
v. हुक्म देना, आज्ञा देना, आज्ञप्ति देना, अनुशासन करना, मंगाना, कार्य देना, डिगरी करना

English - Japanese - order

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(動) 命じる; 注文する; 整頓する; 依頼する
(名) 命令; 注文; 順序; 注文品; 序列; 整頓; 依頼

English - Korean - order

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명. 배정, 정돈; 명령; 주문; 교단
동. 명령하다; 요청하다, 주문하다; 정돈하다

English - Vietnamese - order

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n. giai cấp, thần phẩm, phẩm chức, huy chương, kiểu, thức, thứ tự, ngay, lập tức, tức thì, cách ăn mặc, chế độ, trật tự, mục đích để, phong chức
v. thu xếp, sắp đặc, cho toa, đặc hàng

German - Chinese - order

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[die] ①订单。订货。②军令。指令。
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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