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Plural for the arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a particular sequence, pattern, or method
“Legal requirements oblige voters to indicate a vote, in order of preference, to every candidate on the ballot paper.”
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Plural for a state in which the laws and rules regulating public behaviour are observed and authority is obeyed
“The real trick is to achieve order while upholding the rule of law.”
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Plural for the quality or nature of something
“This is journalism of a high order in which the reporter creates a vista that involves the reader.”
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Plural for an authoritative command or instruction
“They resigned in the face of threatened reprisals if they defied a government order to return to work.”
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Plural for a verbal or written request for something to be made, supplied, or served
“Just because a server is polite and brings you the correct order doesn't mean they deserve a tip.”
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Plural for a Masonic or similar fraternity
“The Independent Orange Order.”
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Plural for a state in which everything is in its correct or appropriate place
“Never stop telling them how important it is that your home have a sense of order about it.”
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Plural for the overall state or condition of something
“The organizing committee have put much work and effort into making sure everything is in perfect order for the day.”
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Plural for a social class
“Concerned citizens became dismayed at the suffering among what they then called the lower social orders.”
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Plural for a particular social, political, or economic system
“The very fact of the revolution - a popular rising against the established order - placed Louis XVI beyond the scope and protection of the new regime.”
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Plural for a principal taxonomic category that ranks below class and above family
“The rhinoceros beetle is one of the largest members of the order Coleoptera.”
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Plural for a piece of metal given in honor of a special event, a person, or an achievement
“… a book with full-color illustrations of British orders and decorations.”
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Plural for a state in which everything is arranged logically, comprehensibly, or naturally
“The idea appealed to his sense of order.”
Verb
Give an authoritative instruction to do something
“Officers will have the power to order gangs of yobs to disperse or face arrest.”
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Arrange, organize
“She sat on the edge of her bed, trying to order her thoughts.”
Verb
“The President has ordered a full investigation.”
Verb
“He likes to be able to get by in new countries, and where better to start than to learn how to order drinks in bars?”
Noun
Instructions for doing something or for reaching a place
Noun
Verb
To establish or stipulate as a previous condition
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The task or area of activity officially assigned to an individual or organization
Noun
Plural for the outcome of a legal proceeding
Noun
A set of instructions given to a person about a job or task
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