Order

f; -, -s und -n
1. MIL., sonst altm. order; Order haben, etw. zu tun have orders to do s.th.; sich an die oder seine Order halten stick to one’s orders; auf Order von on the orders of
2. Pl. -s; WIRTS. order; an eigene Order to my own order
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Ọr|der ['ɔrdɐ]
f -, -s or -n
1) (COMM = Auftrag) order

an Order lautend — made out to order

2) (dated = Anweisung) order

jdm Order erteilen — to order or direct or instruct sb

jdm die Order geben, etw zu tun — to give sb the order to do sth

Order erhalten or bekommen, etw zu tun — to receive orders to do sth

sich an eine Order halten — to keep to one's orders

ich habe meine Order und daran halte ich mich — orders are orders, I have my orders and I'm sticking to them

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die
(a written instruction to pay money: a banker's order.) order
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Or·der
<-, -s o -n>
[ˈɔrdɐ]
f
1. ÖKON (Auftrag) order
an eigene/fremde \Order to one's own order/to order of a third party
an \Order lautend payable to order
laufende \Order standing order
auf \Order und Rechnung von by order and on account of
eine \Order erteilen to place an order
2. (geh: Anweisung) order
sich akk an eine \Order/[seine] \Ordern halten to obey an order/[one's] orders
jdm \Order erteilen to order [or instruct] sb
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die; Order, Orders od. Ordern
1) (Befehl) order

Order haben, etwas zu tun — have orders to do something

2) Plural Orders (Kaufmannsspr.): (Auftrag) order

einer Firma eine Order erteilen — place an order with a firm

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Order f; -, -s und -n
1. MIL, sonst obs order;
Order haben, etwas zu tun have orders to do sth;
sich an die oder
seine Order halten stick to one’s orders;
auf Order von on the orders of
2. pl -s; WIRTSCH order;
an eigene Order to my own order
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die; Order, Orders od. Ordern
1) (Befehl) order

Order haben, etwas zu tun — have orders to do something

2) Plural Orders (Kaufmannsspr.): (Auftrag) order

einer Firma eine Order erteilen — place an order with a firm


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