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Definición de “order” en inglés

order

noun  /ˈɔr·dər/ us  

order noun (INSTRUCTION)

[C] something you are told to do by someone else and which you must do: [+ to infinitive] The company has received an order to stop releasing pollution into the air. His defense was that he was only obeying orders.

order noun (ARRANGEMENT)

[U] the way in which people or things are arranged in relation to one another or according to a particular characteristic: Please arrange the books in alphabetical order by author. I can’t find the files I need because they’re all out of order (= they are not arranged in the correct way). [U] If you leave/put things in order, you make them neat: I want to leave my desk in order before I go on vacation.

order noun (CORRECT BEHAVIOR)

[U] a situation in which rules are obeyed and people do what they are expected to do: Observers were present to preserve order during the voting.

order noun (USABLE CONDITION)

[U] the state of working correctly or of being suitable for use: The set of power tools are all in good working order. Are your immigration papers in order (= legally correct)? The elevator is out of order (= not working).

order noun (SYSTEM)

[C] a social or political system: a new economic order

order noun (REQUEST)

[C] An order is also the thing that has been requested: The store phoned to say your order has come in. on order If something is on order, you have asked for it to be obtained but have not yet received it: The lamp has been on order for several weeks.

order

verb  /ˈɔr·dər/ us  

order verb (REQUEST)

[I/T] to ask for something to be made, supplied, or delivered: [I] Are you ready to order, or do you need a little more time? [T] I ordered some pasta and a mixed salad. [T] After looking through the catalog, she called the store and ordered new sheets and towels.

order verb (INSTRUCT)

[T] (esp. of a person in authority) to tell someone to do something: They ordered him to leave the room.
Phrasal verbs
(Definition of order from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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