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order

noun (REQUEST)
要求
 
 
/ˈɔː.dər/ US  /ˈɔːr.dɚ/
[C] a request to make, supply or deliver food or goods
点菜;订制;订购;订货;订单
"Can I take your order now?" said the waiter.
侍者问:“现在可以点菜了吗?”
I would like to place (= make) an order for a large pine table.
我想订制一张大松木桌。
Bills and invoicesBuying
[C] a product or a meal which has been requested by a customer
所订之货;所点饭菜
The shop phoned to say your order has come in.
商店打来电话说你订的货到了。
Buying
be on order If something is on order, you have requested it but have not yet received it
在订购中,在订制中
The new drilling equipment has been on order for several weeks.
新的钻探设备已经订购有几星期了。
Buying
do/make sth to order to do or make something especially for a person who has requested it
订做,订制
We make wedding cakes to order.
我们提供订做婚礼蛋糕。
Making appeals and requests
(Definition of order noun (REQUEST) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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