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Sinónimos detallados de order en inglés

order:

order [the ~] sustantivo

  1. the order
    the assignment; the order; the shibboleth; the instruction; the command; the parole; the cue; the motto
  2. the order
    the order; the delivery
  3. the order
    the regularity; the order
  4. the order
    the order; the command
  5. the order
    the honour; the decoration; the knighthood; the order; the medal; the badge; the honor
  6. the order
    the ribbon; the order
  7. the order
    the instruction; the assignment; the order; the command
  8. the order
    the mandate; the commission; the order; the instruction
  9. the order
    – the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement 1
    the order; the ordering
    – the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
    • ordering [the ~] sustantivo
      • there were mistakes in the ordering of items on the list1
  10. the order
    – (architecture) one of original three styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original three by the Romans 1
    the order
    – (architecture) one of original three styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original three by the Romans 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
  11. the order
    – a degree in a continuum of size or quantity 1
    the order; the order of magnitude
    – a degree in a continuum of size or quantity 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • it was on the order of a mile1
    • order of magnitude [the ~] sustantivo
      • an explosion of a low order of magnitude1
  12. the order
    – a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities 1
    the order; the purchase order
    – a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • IBM received an order for a hundred computers1
    • purchase order [the ~] sustantivo
  13. the order
    – a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge) 1
    the order; the decree; the fiat; the edict; the rescript
    – a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge) 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there1
    • decree [the ~] sustantivo
    • fiat [the ~] sustantivo
    • edict [the ~] sustantivo
    • rescript [the ~] sustantivo
  14. the order
    – a body of rules followed by an assembly 1
    the order; the parliamentary procedure; the rules of order; the parliamentary law
    – a body of rules followed by an assembly 1
  15. the order
    – (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed 1
    the order
    – (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • the British ships dropped anchor and waited for orders from London1
  16. the order
    – a request for something to be made, supplied, or served 1
    the order
    – a request for something to be made, supplied, or served 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • I gave the waiter my order1
      • the company's products were in such demand that they got more orders than their call center could handle1
  17. the order
    – (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families 1
    the order
    – (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
  18. the order
    – a group of person living under a religious rule 1
    the order; the monastic order
    – a group of person living under a religious rule 1
  19. the order
    – a formal association of people with similar interests 1
    the order; the society; the lodge; the club; the guild; the gild; the social club
    – a formal association of people with similar interests 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today1
    • society [the ~] sustantivo
      • they formed a small lunch society1
    • lodge [the ~] sustantivo
    • club [the ~] sustantivo
      • he joined a golf club1
    • guild [the ~] sustantivo
    • gild [the ~] sustantivo
    • social club [the ~] sustantivo
  20. the order
    – logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements 1
    the order; the ordering; the ordination
    – logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation1
    • ordering [the ~] sustantivo
    • ordination [the ~] sustantivo
  21. the order
    – established customary state (especially of society) 1
    the order
    – established customary state (especially of society) 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • order ruled in the streets1
      • law and order1
  22. the order
    – a condition of regular or proper arrangement 1
    the order; the orderliness
    – a condition of regular or proper arrangement 1
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
      • he put his desk in order1
      • the machine is now in working order1
    • orderliness [the ~] sustantivo
  23. the order
    – The front-to-back placement of an object relative to other objects in a picture or document. 2
    the order
    – The front-to-back placement of an object relative to other objects in a picture or document. 2
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
  24. the order
    – The order in which objects are placed in a layer. An object higher in the stack will cover up (appear on top of) one lower in the stack. 2
    the order; the z order; the Z order; the stack order; the z-order
    – The order in which objects are placed in a layer. An object higher in the stack will cover up (appear on top of) one lower in the stack. 2
  25. the order
    – A confirmed request for delivery of goods and services based on specified terms. An order is a quote that has been accepted by a customer. 2
    the order
    – A confirmed request for delivery of goods and services based on specified terms. An order is a quote that has been accepted by a customer. 2
    • order [the ~] sustantivo
  26. the order
    – An online purchase submitted by a user to your Web site. 2
    the order
    – An online purchase submitted by a user to your Web site. 2
    • order [the ~] sustantivo

to order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)

  1. to order
    to order
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
  2. to order
    to order; to command; to charge
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • command verbo (commands, commanded, commanding)
    • charge verbo (charges, charged, charging)
  3. to order
    to organize; to catalogue; to order; to organise
    • organize verbo, americano (organizes, organized, organizing)
    • catalogue verbo (catalogues, catalogued, cataloging)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • organise verbo, británico
  4. to order
    to classify; to rank; to order; to group; to class
    • classify verbo (classifies, classified, classifying)
    • rank verbo (ranks, ranked, ranking)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • group verbo (groups, grouped, grouping)
    • class verbo (classs, classed, classing)
  5. to order
    to preside; to take the lead; be in command of; to command; to order
  6. to order
    to reign; to rule; exercise authority; to order; to exert power
  7. to order
    to dictate; to instruct; to direct; to order; to bid
    • dictate verbo (dictates, dictated, dictating)
    • instruct verbo (instructs, instructed, instructing)
    • direct verbo (directs, directed, directing)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • bid verbo (bids, bidding)
  8. to order
    to decree; to ordain; to order
    • decree verbo (decrees, decreed, dercreeing)
    • ordain verbo (ordains, ordained, ordaining)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
  9. to order
    to ordain; to order; to charge
    • ordain verbo (ordains, ordained, ordaining)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • charge verbo (charges, charged, charging)
  10. to order
    to arrange; to regulate; to settle; to order; to fix
    • arrange verbo (arranges, arranged, arranging)
    • regulate verbo (regulates, regulated, regulating)
    • settle verbo (settles, settled, settling)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • fix verbo (fixes, fixed, fixing)
  11. to order
    to dedicate; to commission; to decree; to devote; to order; to dictate; to charge; to rule; to exert power; to force; to command
    • dedicate verbo (dedicates, dedicated, dedicating)
    • commission verbo (commissions, commissioned, commissioning)
    • decree verbo (decrees, decreed, dercreeing)
    • devote verbo (devotes, devoted, devoting)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • dictate verbo (dictates, dictated, dictating)
    • charge verbo (charges, charged, charging)
    • rule verbo (rules, ruled, ruling)
    • exert power verbo (exerts power, exerted power, exerting power)
    • force verbo (forces, forced, forcing)
    • command verbo (commands, commanded, commanding)
  12. to order
    to arrange; to order; to put in order; to range
    • arrange verbo (arranges, arranged, arranging)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • put in order verbo (puts in order, put in order, putting in order)
    • range verbo (ranges, ranged, ranging)
  13. to order
    to dictate; to order
    • dictate verbo (dictates, dictated, dictating)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
  14. to order
    to order; to call for
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • call for verbo (calls for, called for, calling for)
  15. to order
    to dictate; dictate a letter; to order
  16. to order
    – place in a certain order 1
    to order
    – place in a certain order 1
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
      • order the photos chronologically1
  17. to order
    – bring order to or into 1
    to order
    – bring order to or into 1
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
  18. to order
    – assign a rank or rating to 1
    to rate; to range; to order; to rank; grade; to place
    – assign a rank or rating to 1
    • rate verbo (rates, rated, rating)
      • The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide1
    • range verbo (ranges, ranged, ranging)
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • rank verbo (ranks, ranked, ranking)
      • how would you rank these students?1
    • grade verbo
    • place verbo (places, placed, placing)
  19. to order
    – arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events 1
    to order; to arrange; to put; to set up
    – arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events 1
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • arrange verbo (arranges, arranged, arranging)
      • arrange my schedule1
    • put verbo (puts, put, putting)
      • I put these memories with those of bygone times1
    • set up verbo (sets up, set up, setting up)
      • set up one's life1
  20. to order
    – make a request for something 1
    to order
    – make a request for something 1
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
      • order a work stoppage1
  21. to order
    – give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority 1
    to order; to say; to tell; enjoin
    – give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority 1
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
      • She ordered him to do the shopping1
    • say verbo (says, said, saying)
      • I said to him to go home1
    • tell verbo (tells, told, telling)
      • The mother told the child to get dressed1
    • enjoin verbo
  22. to order
    – issue commands or orders for 1
    to order; to dictate; to prescribe
    – issue commands or orders for 1
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • dictate verbo (dictates, dictated, dictating)
    • prescribe verbo (prescribes, prescribed, prescribing)
  23. to order
    – appoint to a clerical posts 1
    to order; to ordain; to consecrate; ordinate
    – appoint to a clerical posts 1
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • ordain verbo (ordains, ordained, ordaining)
      • he was ordained in the Church1
    • consecrate verbo (consecrates, consecrated, consecrating)
    • ordinate verbo
  24. to order
    – bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations 1
    to order; to regulate; to regularize; to govern; regularise
    – bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations 1
    • order verbo (orders, ordered, ordering)
    • regulate verbo (regulates, regulated, regulating)
      • We cannot regulate the way people dress1
      • This town likes to regulate1
    • regularize verbo, americano (regularizes, regularized, regularizing)
    • govern verbo (governs, governed, governing)
    • regularise verbo, británico

Conjugaciones de order:

present
  1. order
  2. order
  3. orders
  4. order
  5. order
  6. order
simple past
  1. ordered
  2. ordered
  3. ordered
  4. ordered
  5. ordered
  6. ordered
present perfect
  1. have ordered
  2. have ordered
  3. has ordered
  4. have ordered
  5. have ordered
  6. have ordered
past continuous
  1. was ordering
  2. were ordering
  3. was ordering
  4. were ordering
  5. were ordering
  6. were ordering
future
  1. shall order
  2. will order
  3. will order
  4. shall order
  5. will order
  6. will order
continuous present
  1. am ordering
  2. are ordering
  3. is ordering
  4. are ordering
  5. are ordering
  6. are ordering
subjunctive
  1. be ordered
  2. be ordered
  3. be ordered
  4. be ordered
  5. be ordered
  6. be ordered
diverse
  1. order!
  2. let's order!
  3. ordered
  4. ordering
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Definiciones relacionadas de "order":

  1. the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement1
  2. (architecture) one of original three styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original three by the Romans1
  3. a degree in a continuum of size or quantity1
    • it was on the order of a mile1
  4. a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities1
    • IBM received an order for a hundred computers1
  5. a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)1
    • a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there1
  6. a body of rules followed by an assembly1
  7. (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed1
    • the British ships dropped anchor and waited for orders from London1
  8. a request for something to be made, supplied, or served1
    • I gave the waiter my order1
    • the company's products were in such demand that they got more orders than their call center could handle1
  9. (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families1
  10. a group of person living under a religious rule1
    • the order of Saint Benedict1
  11. a formal association of people with similar interests1
    • men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today1
  12. logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements1
    • we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation1
  13. established customary state (especially of society)1
    • order ruled in the streets1
    • law and order1
  14. a condition of regular or proper arrangement1
    • he put his desk in order1
    • the machine is now in working order1
  15. place in a certain order1
    • order the photos chronologically1
  16. bring order to or into1
  17. assign a rank or rating to1
  18. arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events1
  19. make a request for something1
    • order a work stoppage1
  20. give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority1
    • She ordered him to do the shopping1
  21. issue commands or orders for1
  22. appoint to a clerical posts1
  23. bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations1
  24. The front-to-back placement of an object relative to other objects in a picture or document.2
  25. The order in which objects are placed in a layer. An object higher in the stack will cover up (appear on top of) one lower in the stack.2
  26. A confirmed request for delivery of goods and services based on specified terms. An order is a quote that has been accepted by a customer.2
  27. An online purchase submitted by a user to your Web site.2

Sinónimos relacionados de order