order lietuviškai

order vertimas 1. n 1) tvarka; to put in order sutvarkyti, sutaisyti; the order of the day dienotvarkė; to get out of order sugesti; in bad order netaisytas, netvarkoje; to keep order laikytis tvarkos; ta call to order a) sudrausti, paprašyti tylos, tvarkos; (t. p. O.! O.!) b) amer. atidaryti posėdį; to be out of orderneveikti, būti sugadintam; in order that/to kad; tam, kad; 2) įsakymas; by order pagal įsakymą; postal (money) order pašto perlaida; 3) užsakymas;made to order padarytas pagal užsakymą; 4) kar. rikiuotė; 5) rangas; 6) ordinas (brolija); 7) ordinas (pasižymėjimo ženklas); 8) orderis; 9) arch. stilius;2. v 1) sutvarkyti; 2) įsakyti; prirašyti, paskirti vaistą; 3) užsakyti; pateikti užsakymą

  • administrative order (n.) administracinis potvarkis
  • new economic order (n.) naujoji ekonominė tvarka
  • public order (n.) viešoji tvarka
  • Byte order mark BOM
  • Mail-order bride Paštu užsakoma žmona
  • Dominican Order Dominikonų ordinas
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Haris Poteris ir Fenikso brolija
  • New Order
  • Order of Alexander Nevsky Aleksandro Neviškio ordinas
  • Order of Canada Kanados ordinas
  • Order (biology) Būrys
  • Order of Friendship of Peoples Tautų draugystės ordinas
  • order of magnitude (n.) dydis, ryškis
  • Order of the Solar Temple Saulės šventykla (sekta)
  • Order of Saint Benedict Benediktinai
  • religious order (n.) sekta, ordinas
  • Sovereign Military Order of Malta Maltos Ordinas
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (military machine) a command given by a superior (for example, a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed
  • (magnitude) a degree in a continuum of size or quantity
  • (state) established customary state (especially of society) Type of: state
  • (arrangement) logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements
  • (condition) a condition of regular or proper arrangement
  • (law) a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)
  • (commercial document) a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment, and providing specifications and quantities
  • (association) a formal association of people with similar interests
  • (rule) a body of rules followed by an assembly
  • (religious sect) a group of person living under a religious rule
  • (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more families
  • (asking) a request for something to be made, supplied, or served
  • (architecture) one of original 3 styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original 3 by the Romans Topic: architecture. Type of: artistic style
  • (organization) the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement
  • (tell) to give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority
  • (bespeak) to make a request for something Type of: request
  • (inflict) to issue commands or orders for
  • (decide) to bring into conformity with rules, principles, or usage; to impose regulations
  • (bring order, into) to bring order to or into Type of: arrange
  • (place, certain order) to place in a certain order Type of: arrange
  • (invest) to appoint to a clerical posts
  • (organize) to arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
  • (evaluate) to assign a rank or rating to
  • (position) the status, rank, or office of a Christian clergyperson in an ecclesiastical hierarchy

Order sinonimai Holy Order

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