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English definition of “order”

order

noun (TIDY)    /ˈɔː.dər/ US  /ˈɔːr.dɚ/
B2 [U] a situation in which everything is arranged in its correct place: The house was so untidy that she spent the whole day trying to establish some sort of order.Classifying and creating order leave/put sth in order to organize something well: I try to leave my desk in order when I go home. He put his affairs in order (= made arrangements for his personal and business matters) before he went into hospital.Classifying and creating order
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