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order

  

      n  
1    arrangement, harmony, method, neatness, orderliness, organization, pattern, plan, propriety, regularity, symmetry, system, tidiness  
2    arrangement, array, categorization, classification, codification, disposal, disposition, grouping, layout, line, line-up, ordering, placement, progression, sequence, series, setup     (informal)   structure, succession  
3    in order:     
a.    arranged, in sequence, neat, orderly, shipshape, tidy  
b.    acceptable, appropriate, called for, correct, fitting, O.K. or okay     (informal)   right, suitable  
4    out of order:     
a.    broken, broken-down, buggered     (slang, chiefly Brit.)   bust     (informal)   gone haywire     (informal)   gone phut     (informal)   in disrepair, inoperative, kaput     (informal)   nonfunctional, not working, on the blink     (slang)   on the fritz     (U.S. slang)   out of commission, U.S.     (informal)   wonky     (Brit. slang)  
b.    improper, indecorous, not cricket     (informal)   not done, not on     (informal)   out of place, out of turn, uncalled-for, wrong  
5    calm, control, discipline, law, law and order, peace, quiet, tranquillity  
6    caste, class, degree, grade, hierarchy, pecking order     (informal)   position, rank, status  
7    breed, cast, class, family, genre, genus, ilk, kind, sort, species, subclass, taxonomic group, tribe, type  
8    behest, canon, command, decree, dictate, direction, directive, injunction, instruction, law, mandate, ordinance, precept, regulation, rule, say-so     (informal)   stipulation  
9    application, booking, commission, request, requisition, reservation  
10    association, brotherhood, community, company, fraternity, guild, league, lodge, organization, sect, sisterhood, society, sodality, union  
      vb  
11    adjure, bid, charge, command, decree, demand, direct, enact, enjoin, instruct, ordain, prescribe, require  
12    apply for, authorize, book, call for, contract for, demand, engage, prescribe, request, reserve, send away for  
13    adjust, align, arrange, catalogue, class, classify, conduct, control, dispose, group, lay out, manage, marshal, neaten, organize, put to rights, regulate, sequence, set in order, sort out, systematize, tabulate, tidy  
  
Antonyms     
,       n  
1 & 2    chaos, clutter, confusion, disarray, disorder, jumble, mess, muddle, pandemonium, shambles  
      vb  
13    clutter, confuse, disarrange, disorder, disturb, jumble up, mess up, mix up, muddle, scramble  
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order

  
[1]     (SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTION USES)  
1       phrase   If you do something in order to achieve a particular thing or in order that something can happen, you do it because you want to achieve that thing.  
Most schools are extremely unwilling to cut down on staff in order to cut costs.     
2       phrase   If someone must be in a particular situation in order to achieve something they want, they cannot achieve that thing if they are not in that situation.  
They need hostages in order to bargain with the government.     
3       phrase   If something must happen in order for something else to happen, the second thing cannot happen if the first thing does not happen.  
CONJ n to-inf  
In order for their computers to trace a person's records, they need both the name and address of the individual.     

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order   [2]     ( orders    plural & 3rd person present)   ( ordering    present participle)   ( ordered    past tense & past participle  )   (COMMANDS AND REQUESTS)  
Please look at category 12 to see if the expression you are looking for is shown under another headword.     
1       verb   If a person in authority orders someone to do something, they tell them to do it.   (=command)  
Williams ordered him to leave...      V n to-inf  
He ordered the women out of the car...      V n prep/adv  
`Let him go!' he ordered...      V with quote  
`Go up to your room. Now,' he ordered him.      V n with quote  
2       verb   If someone in authority orders something, they give instructions that it should be done.  
The President has ordered a full investigation...      V n  
The radio said that the prime minister had ordered price controls to be introduced...      V n to-inf  
He ordered that all party property be confiscated...      V that  
The President ordered him moved because of fears that his comrades would try to free him.      V n -ed  
3       n-count   If someone in authority gives you an order, they tell you to do something.   (=command, instruction)  
The activists were shot when they refused to obey an order to halt..., As darkness fell, Clinton gave orders for his men to rest..., They were later arrested and executed on the orders of Stalin.     
4       n-count   A court order is a legal instruction stating that something must be done.  
usu supp N  
She has decided not to appeal against a court order banning her from keeping animals..., He was placed under a two-year supervision order.     
5       verb   When you order something that you are going to pay for, you ask for it to be brought to you, sent to you, or obtained for you.  
Atanas ordered a shrimp cocktail and a salad...      V n  
The waitress appeared. `Are you ready to order?'...      V  
We ordered him a beer.      V n n  
6       n-count   An order is a request for something to be brought, made, or obtained for you in return for money.  
oft N for n  
British Rail are going to place an order for a hundred and eighty-eight trains.     
7       n-count   Someone's order is what they have asked to be brought, made, or obtained for them in return for money.  
poss N  
The waiter returned with their order and Graham signed the bill..., They can't supply our order.     
8   
    holy orders  
    mail order  
    postal order  
    standing order  
9    Something that is on order at a shop or factory has been asked for but has not yet been supplied.  
on order      phrase   PHR after v, v-link PHR  
The airlines still have 2,500 new aeroplanes on order.     
10    If you do something to order, you do it whenever you are asked to do it.  
to order      phrase   PHR after v  
She now makes wonderful dried flower arrangements to order...     
11    If you are under ordersto do something, you have been told to do it by someone in authority.  
under orders      phrase   v-link PHR to-inf  
I am under orders not to discuss his mission or his location with anyone.     
12   
    your marching orders  
    march  
    a tall order  
    tall   order around      phrasal verb  
in BRIT, also use order about      If you say that someone is ordering you around or is ordering you about, you mean they are telling you what to do as if they have authority over you, and you dislike this.  
Grandmother felt free to order her about just as she wished.      V n P, Also V P n (not pron)  

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order   [3]     ( orders    plural & 3rd person present)   ( ordering    present participle)   ( ordered    past tense & past participle  )   (ARRANGEMENTS, SITUATIONS, AND GROUPINGS)  
Please look at category 17 to see if the expression you are looking for is shown under another headword.     
1       n-uncount   If a set of things are arranged or done in a particular order, they are arranged or done so one thing follows another, often according to a particular factor such as importance.  
also a N, usu with supp, oft in/into N  
Write down (in order of priority) the qualities you'd like to have..., Music shops should arrange their recordings in simple alphabetical order, rather than by category...     
2       n-uncount   Order is the situation that exists when everything is in the correct or expected place, or happens at the correct or expected time.,   (Antonym: confusion, chaos)    The wish to impose order upon confusion is a kind of intellectual instinct..., Making lists can create order and control.     
3       n-uncount   Order is the situation that exists when people obey the law and do not fight or riot.  
Troops were sent to the islands to restore order last November..., He has the power to use force to maintain public order.     
4       n-sing   When people talk about a particular order, they mean the way society is organized at a particular time.  
with supp  
The end of the Cold War has produced the prospect of a new world order based on international co-operation...     
5       verb   The way that something is ordered is the way that it is organized and structured.  
...a society which is ordered by hierarchy...      be V-ed  
We know the French order things differently.      V n  
...a carefully ordered system in which everyone has his place.      V-ed  
6       n-count   If you refer to something of a particular order, you mean something of a particular kind.  
FORMAL   with supp, usu of supp N  
Another unexpected event, though of quite a different order, occurred one evening in 1973...     
7       n-count   A religious order is a group of monks or nuns who live according to a particular set of rules.  
...the Benedictine order of monks.     
8   
    ordered  
    law and order  
    pecking order  
    point of order  
9    If you put or keep something in order, you make sure that it is tidy or properly organized.  
in order      phrase   PHR after v, v-link PHR  
Now he has a chance to put his life back in order..., Someone comes in every day to check all is in order.     
10    If you think something is in order, you think it should happen or be provided.  
in order      phrase   v-link PHR  
Reforms are clearly in order...     
11    You use in the order of or of the order of when mentioning an approximate figure.  
in/of the order of sth      prep-phrase   PREP amount  
They borrowed something in the order of £10 million...     
12    If something is in good order, it is in good condition.  
in good order      phrase   v-link PHR  
The vessel's safety equipment was not in good order.     
13    A machine or device that is in working order is functioning properly and is not broken.  
in working order      phrase   v-link PHR  
Only half of the spacecraft's six science instruments are still in working order.     
14    If a particular way of behaving or doing something is the order of the day, it is very common.  
the order of the day      phrase   v-link PHR  
These are strange times in which we live, and strange arrangements appear to be the order of the day.     
15    A machine or device that is out of order is broken and does not work.  
out of order      phrase   v-link PHR  
Their phone's out of order.     
16    If you say that someone or their behaviour is out of order, you mean that their behaviour is unacceptable or unfair.  
INFORMAL  
out of order      phrase   v-link PHR  
You don't think the paper's a bit out of order in publishing it?     
17   
    to put your house in order  
    house  
    order of magnitude  
    magnitude  

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Consulte también:

orderly, ordeal, ordinary, ordinarily

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v.
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n.
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exp.
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exp.
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n.
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n.
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exp.
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n.
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exp.
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exp.
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