sealed orders Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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sealed ordersnoun [plural]

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instructions given to a ​member of the ​armedforces that are not to be ​opened until a ​particulartime
(Definition of sealed orders from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sealed orders”
in Chinese (Simplified) (交给部队成员的)密封命令…
in Chinese (Traditional) (交給部隊成員的)密封命令…
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