the special way in which a group of people, object, etc.; sequence
a request to supply goods
the condition in which laws and rules are obeyed
a command of direction, given by a person who has the right to command
the state in which things are carefully arranged in their proper place; neatness
a written or printed paper which allows the holder to do sth
tell sb what to do, that sth must be done
ask for sth to be brought, made, etc.
put sth in order; arrange
request sb to bring (food,drink,etc.) in a hotel,restaurant
"the British ships dropped anchor and waited for orders from London"
"it was on the order of a mile"
"an explosion of a low order of magnitude"
"order ruled in the streets"
"law and order"
"we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation"
"he put his desk in order"
"the machine is now in working order"
"a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there"
"IBM received an order for a hundred computers"
"he joined a golf club"
"they formed a small lunch society"
"men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today"
"theologians still disagree over whether `bishop' should or should not be a separate Order"
"the order of Saint Benedict"
"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"
"there were mistakes in the ordering of items on the list"
"I said to him to go home"
"She ordered him to do the shopping"
"The mother told the child to get dressed"
"Order me some flowers"
"order a work stoppage"
"We cannot regulate the way people dress"
"This town likes to regulate"
"Order these files"
"order the photos chronologically"
"he was ordained in the Church"
"arrange my schedule"
"set up one's life"
"I put these memories with those of bygone times"
"how would you rank these students?"
"The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide"
In the third order Principates..Next them Arch-Angels.
出自： T. Heywood
Ordering her hair, some coils of which had been loosened.
出自： W. D. Howells
主席宣布开始开会。 call sb to order
Despite attempts to call them to order, the audience continued to make a lot of noise.
We must break away from convention and adopt as many advanced techniques as possible in order to build our country into a powerful modern state in not too long a historical period.
A leader must assert himself sometimes in order to be followed.
They allowed me out in order to make a telephone call.
We have fought scores of battles in order to win victory.
Opportunism consists of sacrificing fundamental interests in order to gain temporary, partial benefits.
We combined our forces in order to defeat our enemies.
He cited examples in order to certify his statement.
Let's break down the project into smaller parts in order to deal with them one by one.
我们把这个计划分成几小项逐一进行。 in order for sb to-v
They left the door open in order for me to hear the baby.
Tom has got no right to order me about here.
He orders his assistants around in a way that is very offensive.
He doesn't like being ordered about〔 around 〕 by anyone.
I never was so ordered about in all my life, never!
The junior clerk refused to be ordered about by the secretary.
The workers are too confused to be ordered around by the employers.
There will be a delay on your request as the parts have to be ordered from overseas.
Further supplies of paper must be ordered from Head Office.
老师命令孩子们进来。 order sth ⇔ in
Have you ordered in enough envelopes this month?
One of our skillful players was ordered off for breaking the rules.
Mrs. Black ordered the taxi to the door.
He was ordered to the front.
The crew was ordered to the lifeboat.
Two divisions were ordered up to strengthen a weak point in the line.
They received orders to start at once.
He is under orders to leave for Moscow next Monday.
He ordered his son to buy a newspaper for him.
He orders that the work (should) be started at once.
He ordered them to start the work at once.
We have sent an order for a hundred copies of the book.
Your order for a hundred copies of the book has been executed/filled already.
My mother has ordered me a new suit.
Everything is in order.
The typewriter is in order.
A fresh discussion of the question is now in order.
误 Everything has been arranged in a good order.
正 Everything has been arranged in good order.
析 order作“条理,秩序”解时是不可数名词。在in bad〔good,perfect,proper,regular〕,out of order等短语中order前不加a。
误 As a soldier, he has to obey all the order.
正 As a soldier, he has to obey all the orders.
误 The names were arranged to alphebatical order.
正 The names were arranged in alphebatical order.
析 表达“按…顺序排列”, order前用介词in 。
误 The orders were that we stayed here.
正 The orders were that we (should) stay here.
误 They placed an order of one hundred TV sets for the factory.
正 They placed an order for one hundred TV sets with the factory.
析 表达“向…订购…”,常用place an order for sth with sb 结构。
误 He went into the garden in order to he might look at the flowers.
正 He went into the garden in order that he might look at the flowers.
析 in order to和in order that都可以引导目的状语,但in order to后接动词原形, in order that后接从句。
误 He spoke loudly in order to hear him clearly.
正 He spoke loudly in order that every one could hear him clearly.
正 He spoke loudly in order to be heard clearly.
析 在in order to 引导的目的状语中,动词不定式的逻辑主语必须与该句的主语一致,而in order that引导的目的状语从句中的主语则不受此限制。
误 He is under orders leaving for Finland next week.
正 He is under orders to leave for Finland next week.
误 I ordered that the gate must be locked.
正 I ordered that the gate (should) be locked.
误 The doctor ordered to stay in bed.
正 The doctor ordered him to stay in bed.
误 The commander ordered to open fire on the enemy.
正 The commander ordered his men to open fire on the enemy.
析 在表达“命令某人做某事”时要用order sb to- v 结构,其中sb 不可省。
误 I have ordered some books in the bookstore.
正 I have ordered some books from the bookstore.
析 表达“向…订购…”,常用“order sth from”结构。
误 Tom's father has ordered a new coat to him.
正 Tom's father has ordered him a new coat.
正 Tom's father has ordered a new coat for him.