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order in English:

1. disorder disorder

The man had some kind of mental disorder which made him very aggressive and unpredictable.
menstrual disorder
Sometimes I have depressive disorder.
The enemy fled in disorder from the battlefield.
Beyond what number of Facebook friends are you considered to have a dissociative identity disorder?
There were no signs of disorder in the ship.
Dr. Thatcher diagnosed her patient with generalized anxiety disorder because his symptoms didn't point to other diagnoses.
Left-Wing communism is an infantile disorder.
Prostitution, gambling, the use of narcotic substances, drunkenness, disorder, and all other illegal activities are STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.
There needs to be artistic tension between order and disorder and between variety and unity.
The room was in a great disorder. When I came into the office I found everything in the greatest disorder.
He says hoarding is more than a mental disorder
Hoarding disorder can have a severe effect on a family.
Police officers strive to prevent disorder or crime.
more and more women at all ages suffer from eating disorders, such as anorexia or bulimia.

English word "order"(disorder) occurs in sets:

Word Formation (Year 3)
negative prefix

2. send out on send out on

English word "order"(send out on) occurs in sets:

phrasal verbs

3. law law

That's the law.
It is false that equality is a law of nature. Nature makes nothing equal, her sovereign law is subordination and dependence.
I am sure that more flags were burned as a result of Congress passing that law than had ever been burned before.
The thief or swindler who has gained great wealth by his delinquency has a better chance than the small thief of escaping the rigorous penalty of the law.
LGBT communities around the world are calling you a 'hero', and say that you were framed, Al-Sayib explained. "But the law enforcement agencies are all labeling you as a ruthless murderer. Which one are you, Dima?"
Godwin's law teaches us that any infinite discussion about an arbitrary subject converges to a Nazi comparison.
Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.
No one may be questioned about his opinions, and the same for religious opinions, provided that their manifestation does not trouble the public order established by the law.
Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.
Criminal law, also known as penal law, involves prosecution for an act that has been classified as a crime.
People crushed by law, have no hopes but from power. If laws are their enemies, they will be enemies to laws; and those who have much to hope and nothing to lose, will always be dangerous.
There is a written and an unwritten law. The one by which we regulate our constitutions in our cities is the written law; that which arises from customs is the unwritten law.
Finally, in 1314, these games had become so violent and dangerous that King Edward II made a law.
All our products are manufactured in compliance with European law. Some of the products have additional confirmation from laboratory.

English word "order"(law) occurs in sets:

Word pairs - pary słów

4. direction or command by an authorised person or body direction or command by an authorised person or body

English word "order"(direction or command by an authorised person or body) occurs in sets:

Legal English

5. injunction injunction

The court issued an injunction against the defendants.
The court injunction prevented the book from being published.
In simple terms, an injunction means that one of the parties to a certain action must either do something or refrain from doing something.
... aware of any biblical injunction to“ go forth and...
injunction banning the newspaper from publishing the photographs
He actioned for an injunction.

6. mandate mandate

learning english is a mandate for work in England

7. sb to do sb to do

8. object to object to

I must object to this idea
I object to you smoking here.

English word "order"(object to) occurs in sets:

Gerunds and infinitives

9. order order

Check your order.
His claim is that there is a close relation between birth order and personality.
Let's order the all-you-can-eat special.
No matter what you do, you must follow the correct order.
Sir, that CD is available only by special order.
If your prices are competitive, we will place a large order.
Prosecutors in court have to substantiate their claims in order to prove a suspect is guilty.
In order to make a phone call, I put my hand in my pocket and searched for a coin.
We will ship the product immediately after receiving your order.
Her sewing basket, dresser drawers and pantry shelves are all systematically arranged in apple-pie order.
They confirmed the importance of strengthening global precautions in order to prevent devastating losses.
Your initial order is subject to a special discount of 5%.
In preparation for painting a portrait, my friend takes many photographs in order to study the subject closely.
In order to get some information about Japanese economic problems, you'll find this book very useful.
After decades of civil war, order was restored.

English word "order"(order) occurs in sets:

101 - 200 verbos

10. out of out of

Two out of ten young people are addicted to mobile phones.
Go out of the shop and cross the road.
out of the shop
Nine out of ten people can't answer that question. (out of prison)
I've been paddling for six out of the seven days.
I especially liked the second scene out of this play.
With your passport you can’t travel out of Europe.
We’re out of milk.
Get out of bed – it’s 11 o’clock!
He asked out of curiosity
one out of every 200 people
Only two out of five people believe in the paranormal
The letter has fallen out of the envelope
Two members left out of fifty
I rate it five out of five.

11. You can order a new dress from the store You can order a new dress from the store

12. authorise

You were not authorised to sign these documents!
Her boss authorised her to use the company credit card so she could buy new stationery for the office.

13. the arrangement of a group of people or things in a list from first to last

English word "order"(the arrangement of a group of people or things in a list from first to last) occurs in sets:

Cambridge do 07.2019

14. somebody to do something

English word "order"(somebody to do something) occurs in sets:

Verb patterns

15. a request for food or goods in return for payment