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Spanish translation of “order”

order

noun /ˈoːdə/
a statement (by a person in authority) of what someone must do; a command
orden
He gave me my orders.
an instruction to supply something
orden, pedido
We received several orders from Germany for spare parts.
something supplied
pedido
Your order is nearly ready.
a tidy state
orden
The house is in (good) order.
a system or method
orden
I must have order in my life.
an arrangement (of people, things etc ) in space, time etc
orden
The book are arranged on the shelf in alphabetical order I’ve listed the items to discuss in order of importance.
a peaceful condition
orden
law and order.
a written instruction to pay money
orden
a banker’s order.
a group, class, rank or position
orden
This is a list of the various orders of plants the social order.
a religious society, especially of monks
orden
the Benedictine order.
orderly adjective well-behaved; quiet
formal, ordenado
an orderly queue of people.
orderliness noun
orden
order form noun a form on which a customer’s order is written
hoja de pedido
Please fill in the order form and send to the address below.
in order correct according to what is regularly done, especially in meetings etc
correcto
It is quite in order to end the meeting now.
in a good efficient state
en orden
Everything is in order for the party.
in order (that) so that
para que, a fin de que
He checked all his figures again in order that the report might be as accurate as possible.
in order to for the purpose of
para, a fin de
I went home in order to change my clothes.
made to order made when and how a customer wishes
hecho por encargo
curtains made to order.
on order having been ordered but not yet supplied
estar pedido
We don’t have any copies of this book at the moment, but it’s on order.
order about phrasal verb to keep on giving orders (to someone)
dar órdenes
I’m tired of him ordering me about all the time.
out of order adjective not working (properly)
averiado
The coffee machine is out of order.
not correct according to what is regularly done, especially in meetings etc
fuera de lugar
He was out of order in saying that.
a tall order noun a difficult job or task
demasiado trabajo
Asking us to finish this by Friday is a bit of a tall order.
(Definition of order from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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