order

order
1. n
1) порядок, последовательность
2) исправность, хорошее состояние
3) заведенный порядок
4) приказ, распоряжение; предписание
5) ордер; разрешение
6) заказ; требование (заявка)

- additional order
- adjudication order
- administration order
- administrative order
- advance order
- advertising order
- all-or-none order
- alternative order
- back order
- backlog order
- banker's order
- banker's standing order
- bank money order
- bank payment order
- big order
- blanket order
- board order
- buy order
- buying order
- cable order
- cash order
- cease-and-desist order
- chartering order
- circular order
- collection order
- collective order
- combination order
- company order
- company work orders
- completed collection order
- conditional order
- confiscation order
- construction order
- contingent order
- covering order
- credit order
- cyclic order
- day order
- delivery order
- departmental order
- depositor's order
- disclosure order
- discretionary order
- dispatch order
- economic order
- either-or order
- established order
- export order
- express order
- express money order
- factory order
- fill-or-kill order
- firm order
- follow-up orders
- foreign order
- forwarding order
- formal order
- fresh order
- garnishee order
- general order
- global economic order
- good this month order
- good till cancelled order
- good working order
- government order
- heavy order
- import order
- incoming orders
- individual order
- initial order
- insolvency order
- interim order
- international money order
- job order
- large order
- limit order
- limit price order
- loading order
- mail order
- market order
- market-if-touched order
- market-on-close order
- matched orders
- minimum order
- money order
- month order
- mortgage registry order
- negotiable order of withdrawals
- new orders
- New International Economic Order
- no-limit order
- nonrepeat order
- nontransferable order
- normal order
- numerical order
- odd-lot order
- off-floor order
- official order
- offshore orders
- omnibus order
- on-floor order
- open order
- original order
- outstanding order
- payment order
- perpetual order
- pilot order
- placed order
- positive orders
- postal order
- postal money order
- preliminary order
- pressing order
- priority order
- production order
- proforma order
- publicity order
- purchase order
- purchasing order
- rated order
- repair order
- receiving order
- regular order
- remittance order
- repair order
- replenishment order
- repeat order
- resting order
- reverse order
- revocable order
- round-lot order
- rush order
- sample order
- sampling order
- scale order
- schedule order
- second order
- selling order
- sell-stop order
- sequence order
- service order
- shipping order
- shop order
- single order
- single-component order
- special order
- split order
- spread order
- standard order
- standing order
- state order
- stock order
- stock exchange order
- stop order
- stop limit order
- stop loss order
- stop payment order
- strict order
- substantial order
- supplementary order
- supporting order
- suspended market order
- swap order
- tall order
- tentative order
- time order
- transfer order
- transhipment delivery order
- transportation order
- trial order
- unfilled order
- unfulfilled order
- unlimited order
- urgent order
- valuable order
- vesting order
- warehouse order
- warehouse-keeper's order
- week order
- withdrawal order
- work order
- working order
- written order
- order for account
- order for collection
- order for designing
- order for development
- order for equipment
- order for goods
- order for payment
- order for remittance
- order for sample
- order for samples
- order for settlement
- order for transfer
- order for work
- order from abroad
- order of appeal
- order of attachment
- order of consideration
- order of the court
- order of day
- order of distribution
- order of events
- order of examination
- order of payments
- order of priority
- order of proceedings
- order of registration
- order of succession
- order of transfer
- order of utilization of funds
- order of work
- order on a competition basis
- orders on hand
- order on sample
- order to buy
- order to deliver
- order to pay
- order to purchase
- order to sell
- according to order
- against order
- by order
- in order
- in order of priority
- in chronological order
- in consecutive order
- in good order and condition
- in running order
- in short order
- in the inverse order
- in working order
- in order of priority
- of the order of
- on order
- out of order
- order
- order of the buyer
- order of the seller
- own order
- under order
- until further orders
- with order
- made to order
- accept an order
- acknowledge an order
- alter an order
- attend to an order
- award an order
- be in order
- book an order
- call off an order
- cancel an order
- carry out an order
- collect orders
- complete an order
- confirm an order
- countermand an order
- discharge an order
- dispatch an order
- draw up an order
- establish order
- execute an order
- file an order
- fill an order
- fulfil an order
- get an order
- give an order
- handle large orders
- have an order
- have smth on order
- honour with an order
- issue an order
- keep order
- lag behind incoming orders
- lose an order
- maintain order
- maintain in good order
- make out an order
- make to order
- meet orders
- observe the established order
- obtain an order
- pass on an order
- pay by banker's order
- pay for an order
- pay to the order of
- place an order
- place orders electronically
- pool orders
- procure an order
- put in order
- receive an order
- reconsider an order
- relay an order
- renew an order
- repeat an order
- revise an order
- revoke an order
- rush an order
- secure an order
- send an order
- solicit orders
- stick to the order
- subcontract an order
- suspend an order
- take an order
- transmit an order
- withdraw an order
2. v
1) приказывать; распоряжаться
2) заказывать
3) приводить в порядок

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