place+in+order

  • 1place in order — index apportion, arrange (methodize), classify, file (arrange), fix (arrange), marshal …

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  • 2place an order — verb To order something; to submit an order for a product …

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  • 3place an order — make an order, order something …

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  • 4Order of the Phoenix (organisation) — Order of the Phoenix Harry Potter association Some Order of the Phoenix members in the Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix film adaptation, from left to right: Alastor Moody, Nymphadora Tonks, Sirius Black, Remus Lupin, and Albus Dumbledore …

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  • 5order — [ôr′dər] n. [OFr ordre < L ordo (gen. ordinis), straight row, regular series, akin to ordiri, to lay the warp, hence begin, set in order, prob. < IE base * ar , to join, fit > ARM1, ART1] 1. social position; rank in the community 2. a… …

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  • 6place — [n1] location with purpose, function abode, accommodation, apartment, area, berth, city, community, compass, corner, country, distance, district, domicile, dwelling, field, habitat, hamlet, hangout, hole*, home, house, joint, latitude, lay,… …

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  • 7order point — UK US noun [C, usually singular] (also reorder point) ► COMMERCE the smallest number of a particular product that a business allows itself to have, before ordering more: » The order point depends on the expected level of sales. »At what reorder… …

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  • 8place — The marketing of new securities, usually through sales to institutional investors. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary See: float. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. place place 1 [pleɪs] verb [transitive] …

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  • 9order — Synonyms and related words: Bronze Star Medal, Croix de Guerre, Distinguished Conduct Medal, Distinguished Flying Cross, Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Service Order, Distinguished Unit Citation, MO,… …

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  • 10order — 1) In business and trade, making a request to deliver, sell, receive, or purchase goods or services; 2) In the securities and futures trade, instructions to a broker on how to buy or sell. The most common orders in futures markets are market… …

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  • 11order — or|der1 [ ɔrdər ] noun *** ▸ 1 way things are arranged ▸ 2 request by customer ▸ 3 when people obey laws ▸ 4 official instruction ▸ 5 well organized situation ▸ 6 the way things are ▸ 7 type/quality ▸ 8 group of people ▸ 9 group of plants/animals …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 12order — I [[t]ɔ͟ː(r)də(r)[/t]] SUBORDINATING CONJUNCTION USES ♦♦ 1) PHR CONJ SUBORD 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… …

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  • 13place — [[t]ple͟ɪs[/t]] ♦ places, placing, placed 1) N COUNT: usu with supp A place is any point, building, area, town, or country. ...Temple Mount, the place where the Temple actually stood. ...a list of museums and places of interest... We re going to… …

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  • 14place — 1 (C) PLACE, POSITION, OR AREA 1 POINT/POSITION a) any area, point, or position in space: This is the place where the accident happened. | Make sure you keep it in a safe place. | We kept moving from place to place. | The whole place was covered… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15order — 1 noun 1 FOR A PURPOSE a) in order to do sth for the purpose of doing something: politicians who make promises simply in order to win more votes | In order to understand how the human body works, you need to have some knowledge of chemistry. b)… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16order */*/*/ — I UK [ˈɔː(r)də(r)] / US [ˈɔrdər] noun Word forms order : singular order plural orders 1) [countable/uncountable] the way in which a set of things is arranged or done, so that it is clear which thing is first, second, third etc order of: You can… …

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  • 17order — I. verb (ordered; ordering) Etymology: Middle English, from ordre, noun Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. to put in order ; arrange 2. a. to give an order to ; command …

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  • 18place — place1 [ pleıs ] noun count *** ▸ 1 area/position ▸ 2 town/country/building ▸ 3 opportunity to be in something ▸ 4 seat/position ▸ 5 position in a race etc. ▸ 6 right occasion for something ▸ 7 point in book etc. ▸ 8 importance to people ▸ 9… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 19order — A mandate; precept; command or direction authoritatively given; rule or regulation. Brady v. Interstate Commerce Commission, D.C.W.Va., 43 F.2d 847, 850. Direction of a court or judge made or entered in writing, and not included in a judgment,… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 20order — 1. noun 1) alphabetical order Syn: sequence, arrangement, organization, disposition, system, series, succession; grouping, classification, categorization, codification, systematization 2) his tidy desk demonstrates his sense of order …

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