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Russian translation of “order”

order

noun     /ˈɔːdər/
ARRANGEMENT [C, U] B1 the arrangement of a group of people or things in a list from first to last
порядок, последовательность
in alphabetical order in the right/wrong order We ranked the tasks in order of importance.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutiveClassifying and creating order
INSTRUCTION [C] B2 an instruction that someone must obey
приказ
to obey orders to give orders Court cases, orders and decisionsInstructions and orders
under orders If you are under orders, someone has told you to do something.
получать приказ
[+ to do sth] Team members are under orders to behave well. They claimed they were under orders from the president.Giving orders and commands
REQUEST [C] A2 a request for food or goods in return for payment
заказ
Can I take your order now?Buying and selling in general
TIDINESS [U] B2 a situation in which everything is in its correct place
порядок
It's nice to see some order around here for a change. I want to put all my things in order before I go away. → Opposite disorderCleaning and tidying places and things
out of order B1 If a machine or system is out of order, it is not working as it should.
неисправный
The coffee machine's out of order.Not functioning
If someone's behaviour is out of order, it is not acceptable.
неуместный
What he did was completely out of order.Not good enoughRude and cheekyRelating to sex and sexual desire
in order to do/for sth to do sth B1 with the purpose of achieving something
для того, чтобы сделать что-либо
She worked all summer in order to save enough money for a holiday.Goals and purposesConnecting words which introduce a cause or reason
NO TROUBLE [U] a situation in which people obey laws and there is no trouble
порядок, спокойствие
The army was brought in to restore order to the troubled province. → Opposite disorderSocial order and disorder
economic/political/social order the way that the economy, politics, or society is organized
экономический/политический/общественный строй
a threat to the established social orderSocial order and disorder
GROUP [C] a religious group who live together and have the same rules
орден (церковный)
an order of nuns a monastic order → See also mail order, postal order, standing orderMonks and nuns
(Definition of order noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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