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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
    • noun: order, plural noun: orders

    • verb: order, 3rd person present: orders, gerund or present participle: ordering, past tense: ordered, past participle: ordered

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a particular sequence, pattern, or method:

      I filed the cards in alphabetical order

    • 2. a state in which everything is in its correct or appropriate place:

      she tried to put her shattered thoughts into some semblance of order

    • 3. a state in which the laws and rules regulating the public behavior of members of a community are observed and authority is obeyed:

      the army was deployed to keep order

    • 4. the prescribed or established procedure followed by a meeting, legislative assembly, debate, or court of law:

      the meeting was called to order

      Order!” Judge Lerner said over the din

    • 5. a stated form of liturgical service, or of administration of a rite or ceremony, prescribed by ecclesiastical authority.
    • 6. an authoritative command, direction, or instruction:

      he was not going to take orders from a mere administrator

      the skipper gave the order to abandon ship

    • 7. an oral or written request for something to be made, supplied, or served:

      the company has won an order for six tankers

    • 8. a thing made, supplied, or served as a result of an oral or written request:

      orders will be delivered the next business day

    • 9. a written direction of a court or judge:

      a judge's order forbidding the reporting of evidence

    • 10. a written direction to pay money or deliver property.
    • 11. a particular social, political, or economic system:

      if only the peasantry would rise up against the established order

      the social order of Britain

    • 12. a social class:

      the upper social orders

    • 13. a grade or rank in the Christian ministry, especially that of bishop, priest, or deacon.
    • 14. the rank or position of a member of the clergy or an ordained minister of a church:

      he took priest's orders

    • 15. any of the nine grades of angelic beings in the celestial hierarchy.
    • 16. a society of monks, priests, nuns, etc., living according to certain religious and social regulations and discipline and at least some of whose members take solemn vows:

      the Franciscan Order

    • 17. a society of knights bound by a common rule of life and having a combined military and monastic character:

      the Templars were also known as the Order of Christ

    • 18. an institution founded by a monarch for the purpose of conferring an honor or honors for merit on those appointed to it.
    • 19. the insignia worn by members of an order of honor or merit.
    • 20. a Masonic or similar fraternal organization.
    • 21. the quality, nature, or importance of something:

      with musical talent of this order, von Karajan would have been a phenomenon in any age

    • 22. the overall state or condition of something:

      the house had just been vacated and was in good order

    • 23. a principal taxonomic category that ranks below class and above family:

      the higher orders of insects

    • 24. any of the five classical styles of architecture (Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan, and Composite) based on the proportions of columns, amount of decoration, etc.
    • 25. any style or mode of architecture subject to uniform established proportions.
    • 26. equipment or uniform for a specified purpose or of a specified type:

      drill order

    • 27. the position in which a rifle is held after ordering arms.
    • 28. the degree of complexity of an equation, expression, etc., as denoted by an ordinal number.
    • 29. the number of differentiations required to reach the highest derivative in a differential equation.
    • 30. the number of elements in a finite group.
    • 31. the number of rows or columns in a square matrix.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. give an authoritative direction or instruction to do something:

      she ordered me to leave

      “Stop frowning,” he ordered

    • 2. continually tell someone in an overbearing way what to do:

      she resented being ordered about

    • 3. command (something) to be done or (someone) to be treated in a particular way:

      he ordered the anchor dropped

    • 4. request (something) to be made, supplied, or served:

      my friend ordered the tickets last week

      I asked the security guard to order me a taxi

    • 5. arrange (something) in a methodical or appropriate way:

      all entries are ordered by date

      her normally well-ordered life

    • ph. according to a particular sequence

    • she ordered me to leave

      ‘Stop frowning,’ he ordered

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

    • she ordered me to leave

      ‘Stop frowning,’ he ordered

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    • ph. according to a particular sequence

    • she ordered me to leave

      ‘Stop frowning,’ he ordered

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    • v.
      place an order for (an item) before it is available for purchase:
    • click on the link below to pre-order the DVD
    • n.
      an order for a product placed before it is available for purchase:
    • pre-orders have already put the book at the top of the bestseller lists

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    • adj. relating to the simplest or most fundamental level of organization, experience, or analysis; primary or immediate:

    • for a teacher, of course, drama must be a first-order experience

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

    • a new economic order

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

    • a new economic order

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

    • a new economic order

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    • IPA[ˈɔːdə]

    英式

    • n.
      the arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other according to a particular sequence, pattern, or method:
    • 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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