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Meaning of “orderly” - Learner’s Dictionary

orderly

adjective     /ˈɔːdəli/
tidy or organized: an orderly pile Please form an orderly queue. →  Opposite disorderly Clean and tidy
Translations of “orderly”
in Korean 정돈된…
in Arabic مُنظّم…
in Portuguese ordenado, organizado…
in Catalan ordenat…
in Japanese 整然と…
in Italian ordinato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 整齊的, 井然有序的…
in Russian аккуратный, организованный…
in Turkish muntazam, düzenli, tertipli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 整齐的, 井然有序的…
in Polish porządny, uporządkowany, zorganizowany…
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