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order



I - noun
1. (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed (Freq. 26)
- the British ships dropped anchor and waited for orders from London
Usage Domain:
plural, plural form
Topics:
military, armed forces, armed services, military machine, war machine
Hypernyms:
command, bid, bidding, dictation
Hyponyms:
marching orders, summons, word
2. a degree in a continuum of size or quantity (Freq. 8)
- it was on the order of a mile
- an explosion of a low order of magnitude
Syn:
order of magnitude
Hypernyms:
magnitude
3. established customary state (especially of society) (Freq. 7)
- order ruled in the streets
- law and order
Ant:
disorder
Derivationally related forms:
orderly
Hypernyms:
state
Hyponyms:
civil order, polity, rule of law, tranquillity, tranquility,
quiet, harmony, concord, concordance, stability, peace
4. logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements (Freq. 6)
- we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation
Syn:
ordering, ordination
Derivationally related forms:
order (for: ordering)
Hypernyms:
arrangement
Hyponyms:
bacteria order, word order, genetic code, genome, series
5. a condition of regular or proper arrangement (Freq. 4)
- he put his desk in order
- the machine is now in working order
Syn:
orderliness
Ant:
disorder, disorderliness (for: orderliness)
Hypernyms:
condition, status
Hyponyms:
spit and polish, kilter, kelter, tidiness
6. a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge) (Freq. 2)
- a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there
Syn:
decree, edict, fiat, rescript
Derivationally related forms:
decree (for: decree)
Topics:
law, jurisprudence
Hypernyms:
act, enactment
Hyponyms:
consent decree, curfew, decree nisi, imperial decree, legal separation,
judicial separation, programma, prohibition, ban, proscription, stay,
bull, papal bull
7. a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities (Freq. 2)
- IBM received an order for a hundred computers
Syn:
purchase order
Hypernyms:
commercial document, commercial instrument
Hyponyms:
credit order, bill-me order, indent, market order, production order,
reorder, stop order, stop-loss order, stop payment, mail order
8. a formal association of people with similar interests (Freq. 1)
- he joined a golf club
- they formed a small lunch society
- men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today
Syn:
club, social club, society, guild, gild, lodge
Derivationally related forms:
clubby (for: club), club (for: club)
Hypernyms:
association
Hyponyms:
athenaeum, atheneum, bookclub, chapter, chess club,
country club, fraternity, frat, glee club, golf club, hunt,
hunt club, investors club, jockey club, racket club, rowing club, slate club,
sorority, turnverein, yacht club, boat club, service club
Member Meronyms:
club member
9. a body of rules followed by an assembly (Freq. 1)
Syn:
rules of order, parliamentary law, parliamentary procedure
Members of this Topic:
proposer, mover
Hypernyms:
rule, prescript
Hyponyms:
interpellation, standing order, closure, cloture, gag rule,
gag law, point of order, previous question
Instance Hyponyms:
Robert's Rules of Order
10. a group of person living under a religious rule
- the order of Saint Benedict
Syn:
monastic order
Hypernyms:
sect, religious sect, religious order
Hyponyms:
Augustinian order, Benedictine order, order of Saint Benedict, Carmelite order, Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel,
Carthusian order, Dominican order, Franciscan order, Society of Jesus, Jesuit order
11. (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families
Topics:
biology, biological science
Hypernyms:
taxonomic group, taxonomic category, taxon
Hyponyms:
animal order, protoctist order, plant order, fungus order
Member Holonyms:
class
Member Meronyms:
suborder, family
12. a request for something to be made, supplied, or served
- I gave the waiter my order
- the company's products were in such demand that they got more orders than their call center could handle
Hypernyms:
request, asking
Hyponyms:
short order
13. (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
Topics:
architecture
Hypernyms:
artistic style, idiom
Hyponyms:
Doric order, Dorian order, Ionic order, Ionian order, Corinthian order,
Composite order, Tuscan order
14. the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement
- there were mistakes in the ordering of items on the list
Syn:
ordering
Derivationally related forms:
order (for: ordering)
Hypernyms:
organization, organisation
Hyponyms:
rank order, scaling, grading, succession, sequence,
layout, alphabetization, alphabetisation

II - verb
1. give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority (Freq. 28)
- I said to him to go home
- She ordered him to do the shopping
- The mother told the child to get dressed
Syn:
tell, enjoin, say
Derivationally related forms:
injunction (for: enjoin)
Hypernyms:
request
Hyponyms:
direct, instruct, command, require, call,
send for, warn
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s somebody to INFINITIVE
- Somebody ----s that CLAUSE
- They order him to write the letter
2. make a request for something (Freq. 14)
- Order me some flowers
- order a work stoppage
Derivationally related forms:
orderer
Hypernyms:
request, bespeak, call for, quest
Hyponyms:
reorder, place, call, wish, commission
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Somebody ----s something from somebody
3. issue commands or orders for (Freq. 5)
Syn:
prescribe, dictate
Derivationally related forms:
dictator (for: dictate), dictate (for: dictate), dictation (for: dictate), prescriptive (for: prescribe), prescription (for: prescribe)
Hypernyms:
inflict, bring down, visit, impose
Hyponyms:
mandate
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Somebody ----s to somebody (for: dictate)
4. bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage;
impose regulations (Freq. 3)
- We cannot regulate the way people dress
- This town likes to regulate
Syn:
regulate, regularize, regularise, govern
Ant:
deregulate (for: regulate)
Derivationally related forms:
government (for: govern), governor (for: govern), regulation (for: regulate), regulator (for: regulate), regulating (for: regulate)
Hypernyms:
decide, make up one's mind, determine
Hyponyms:
standardize, standardise, zone, district
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s
- Somebody ----s something
- Something ----s something
5. bring order to or into (Freq. 1)
- Order these files
Ant:
disorder
Derivationally related forms:
orderer, ordering
Hypernyms:
arrange, set up
Hyponyms:
tidy, tidy up, clean up, neaten, straighten,
straighten out, square away, systematize, systematise, systemize, systemise,
collate, disentangle, unsnarl
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Something ----s something
6. place in a certain order (Freq. 1)
- order the photos chronologically
Derivationally related forms:
orderer, ordering
Hypernyms:
arrange, set up
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Somebody ----s somebody
7. assign a rank or rating to
- how would you rank these students?
- The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide
Syn:
rate, rank, range, grade, place
Derivationally related forms:
place (for: place), grade (for: grade), gradation (for: grade), grader (for: grade), grading (for: grade), ordering, rank (for: rank)
Hypernyms:
evaluate, pass judgment, judge
Hyponyms:
superordinate, shortlist, seed, reorder, subordinate,
prioritize, prioritise, sequence, downgrade, upgrade
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Somebody ----s somebody
8. appoint to a clerical posts
- he was ordained in the Church
Syn:
ordain, consecrate, ordinate
Derivationally related forms:
consecration (for: consecrate), ordainer (for: ordain), ordinance (for: ordain)
Hypernyms:
invest, vest, enthrone
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s somebody
- Somebody ----s somebody PP
9. arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
- arrange my schedule
- set up one's life
- I put these memories with those of bygone times
Syn:
arrange, set up, put
Derivationally related forms:
ordering
Hypernyms:
organize, organise
Hyponyms:
synchronize, synchronise, contemporize, contemporise, phrase
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something

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