order in English
v. command; request something; arrange; manage
n. order, request for something; command
Furthermore, the hotels, hostels and apartments were very cheap in Spain, and we have worked during the course to save in order to be able to spend the holiday together.
Anne and I sat and decided to order,first, a couple of jars of “sangría”, a drink that people had recommended to us.
So Anne and I didn’t wait any more and we ordered a paella for two.
For example, one day in the north of Spain we ordered a tapa called “callos”…I don’t know how to explain what it is, but it’s a kind of pig’s meat that I didn’t like at all, because it was a bit…viscose.
Anne and I sat down and decided to order a couple of jars of “sangría”, a drink that people had recommended to us.
I remember that, after about two of weeks, I received the movies from Cannes Festival in order to write reviews about them.
During that weekend I learnt many things in German which helped me cope with everyday life: how to order something, how to introduce yourself to new acquaintances, how to move in a city you don't know...
Students usually get financial support from their parents in order to be able to live this experience.
So, Anne and I didn’t wait any more and we ordered a paella for two.
It´s a bar that is on the beach, in the sand, where you can order anything from a coffee to a cocktail in the evening, but also a marvellous paella or a beer.
1. sequence: progression, consecution, succession, procession, disposal, line, distribution
2. command: canon, direction, injunction, instruction, law, mandate, prescription
3. pattern: arrangement, regulation, harmony, management, method, distribution
4. arrangement: placement, array, ordering, disposition, ranging, trimming, grouping
5. kind: class, family, genus, sort, tribe
6. class: degree, classification, grade, station, rank, position, hierarchy