Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Order"

The meaning of "Order" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This order IS SUBJECT TO delivery before mean?
A: The order is to be delivered. The status of the order is that it will be delivered soon.
Q: What does order ahead mean?
A: If you want to buy a pizza, you could go to the store, order the pizza, and then wait 20 minutes.

Or you could "order ahead" = phone them, wait at home for 20 minutes, and then go to the store and not have to wait.

It works with anything that may take time to prepare, food, etc.
Q: What does In order to mean?
A: In order to is similar to so that. It is a less common expression in speech, it is more formal.

You might say I'm going to the grocery store in order to get food. Although it's correct simply using "to" is more common.

Another example: In order to participate in the soccer game, you need to be on a team. That is used because we don't commonly start sentences with infinitives.
To participate...
Q: What does "order" in 693 mean?
A: 上の二人はちょっとだけ的を外しています。order of business とは会議や裁判で取り上げられる事項のリストのことです。
Q: What does i) An order is made or a resolution is passed for the winding-up of the Agency, except for the purpose of reconstruction or amalgamation not involving the realization of assets in which the interest of creditors are protected. mean?
A: in simpler terms it means "when a decision is made on either rebuilding or shutting down the agency while keeping the interests of the creditors as a priority.

Example sentences using "Order"

Q: Please show me example sentences with order.
A: "I'll take your order now."
"What would you like to order?"
"The order of words in that sentence is wrong."
"That vending machine is out of order."
"You can't order me around, I'm older than you!"
"In order to learn how to paint well, you have to practice a lot."
Q: Please show me example sentences with in a different order.
A: So sentences with the words ' in a different order'

Could you put the colors in a different order? (order : arrangement)

I put the chicken in a different order. ( order :delivery order)

Any sentence would kind of follow that pattern. 'In a different order ' usually follows a noun ( person , place or thing.) I can really only think of the above two different expressions where order has 2 very different meanings.
Q: Please show me example sentences with as i got order.
A: it would be perfectly fine if you'd say 'older' instead of 'order' :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with in order to~.
A: In order to pass the exam, I have to study hard.
In order to get to school on time, I have to wake up at 6:30am everyday.
Q: Please show me example sentences with How to take a order (meal) at Mc Donald's, Burger King, KFC...?!.
A: "Could I have a ____, please?"
"Could I get a ____, please?"
"I would like a _____, thank you"
"I would like to get a ____, thank you"
"Do you have a/any _____?"

I usually say the first two as I they are a tiny bit more polite and friendly - at least in my opinion :-).

My conversation would normally go like this: (I'm A and the staff member is B)

B: "Hello, what would you like to have?"
A: "Hi, can I get a big hot chocolate and a muffin please?"
B: "Yes of course. Which muffin would you prefer? We have with blueberry, chocolate or walnut."
A: "Oh, blueberry sounds great, thanks!"

Synonyms of "Order" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between in order of and in the order of ?
A: "In order of" could be like list your children in order of age. But "in the order of" can also mean approximately like "the price of this shirt? It's in the order of £50". This is the meaning like order of magnitude.
Q: What is the difference between in order to make useful sentences... and by way of making useful sentences... ?
A: Of course. This is old English and uncommon. It means, "which path I am taking."

e.g "We got the the island by way of boat."
"By way of walking we made there very quickly."
Q: What is the difference between order and turn and sequence ?
order = 順番
turn = 番
sequence は順番のある列 ・順番.

Please write the strokes in order : 書き順通りに書いて下さい。
It's not your turn yet : まだ、あなたの番じゃないよ。
what is the next number in this sequence? 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, ?? - この列の次の数字はなんでしょう。

と言っても。。 It's more complicated than that, ですね。

in sequenceは順番に = in order... 同じですね。


Q: What is the difference between take out ex) I order coffee and take out it. and take away ex) I order coffee and take away it. ?
A: "I order coffee to take out."
"I order coffee to take away."

These above mean exactly the same. More commonly, you'll hear "to go" - "I ordered a coffee to go".

If you're ordering, don't forget to phrase as a request - "Can I order a coffee to go?", or just "Can I get a coffee to go?"

"Takeout" is also a noun, meaning food you buy and take away! So "I was busy, so I ordered takeout." British English uses "takeaway" in the same way - "I ordered a takeaway."
Q: What is the difference between order some food and order in some food ?
A: "Ordering in some food" suggests you are ordering it from somewhere else and having it delivered rather than being at a restaurant and placing an order, for example. "Order some food" can mean both.

Translations of "Order"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? order
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can you write "back order" instead of "back-order"?
A: Yes, "backordered" (no hyphen) is an incorrect spelling, but anyone who reads it would know what you mean.

The correct spellings are the ones I gave you:

noun: back order (plural, back orders)
verb: back-order ("The product you requested is currently back-ordered." (not "presently"))
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Can I take your order?
A: Hope this helps
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? in order to
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "_____ in order to _____"
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Other questions about "Order"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce ordered.
A: Ordered
Q: "To" often means "in order to".
For example, "She came to Japan to learn judo."
(in order to learn judo)
However, in the sentence, "He woke up to find himself in the hospital", the "to" doesn't mean "in order to", but "and", right?
If so, how do you distinguish them?
It's really difficult for me.
A: "To" is one of the very common words with a lot of meanings. In my dictionary there are 15!

However, you will get used to them without too much trouble.

In your example we just know... he didn't wake up on purpose so that he would find himself in hospital. 😊
Q: Nowadays I'm calling around in order to get people to join my workshop next month does this sound natural?
A: "Nowadays" means at the present time, 時間の意味じゃなく、時代の意味です。Please use "now" instead.
Q: What's the order of chambers in the heart in which blood circulates?

Is this question(English) correct? does this sound natural?
A: “What order does blood flow through the chambers in the heart?” Might be more natural
Q: I stooped in order to avoid a bullet does this sound natural?
A: I stooped low to avoid a bullet
I crouched lower to avoid the bullet

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