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  1. order

    • IPA[ˈôrdər]

    美式

    • n.
      the arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a particular sequence, pattern, or method;a state in which everything is in its correct or appropriate place
    • v.
      give an authoritative direction or instruction to do something;continually tell someone in an overbearing way what to do
    • verb: order, 3rd person present: orders, gerund or present participle: ordering, past tense: ordered, past participle: ordered

    • noun: order, plural noun: orders

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    • n.
      an instruction to a bank by an account holder to make regular fixed payments to a particular ...

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    • ph.
      according to a particular sequence

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    • ph.
      according to a particular sequence

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    • n.
      the order in which groups or performers appear or songs or other items are presented at an ... the tracks appear in the same running order as on the original disc fans have no idea how much thought and effort goes into working out a running order for a concert

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    • n.
      an order or ruling governing the procedures of a society, council, or other deliberative body.

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    • n.
      a new system, regime, or government: a new economic order

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    • n.
      a new system, regime, or government: a new economic order

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    • adj.
      relating to the simplest or most fundamental level of organization, experience, or analysis; ... for a teacher, of course, drama must be a first-order experience

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    • IPA[ˈɔːdə]

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    • n.
      the arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a ... I filed the cards in alphabetical order
    • v.
      give an authoritative instruction to do something: she ordered me to leave ‘Stop frowning,’ he ordered

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