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 Translation for 'to order' from English to Greek
VERB   to order | ordered | ordered
ordering | orders
to orderπαραγγέλνω
in order {adv}σε τάξη
unverified order numberκωδικός παραγγελίας
in order toγια να
unverified to bring in orderδιευθετώ
unverified to bring in orderτακτοποιώ
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Usage Examples English
  • Whitefish salad, lox, and matzoh ball soup are now standard fare made to order at local diners and delicatessens, but started their life as foods that made up a strict dietary code.
  • This leads her to order her daughter, Electra, to pour libations on Agamemnon's tomb (with the assistance of libation bearers) in hope of making amends.
  • Presidents Álvaro Arzú and his successors Alfonso Portillo, Óscar Berger and Álvaro Colom, have used a constitutional clause to order the army on a temporary basis to support the police in response to a nationwide wave of violent crime, a product of the Mexican criminal organizations going across the north-west region.
  • In some cases, an appellant may successfully argue that the law under which the lower decision was rendered was unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, or may convince the higher court to order a new trial on the basis that evidence earlier sought was concealed or only recently discovered.
  • This insight led Boas to reject the "stage"-based organization of ethnological museums, instead preferring to order items on display based on the affinity and proximity of the cultural groups in question.

  • The Lords Lieutenant whom Parliament appointed used the Militia Ordinance to order the militia to join Essex's army.
  • Kaye's daughter Dena relates a story her father told about being in a restaurant in China and trying to order chicken.
  • An enraged Baron is left with no choice but to order a duplicate from the Bene Tleilax: the Mentat De Vries featured in Herbert's original novel "Dune".
  • Sometimes, it is desired to order text with embedded numbers using proper numerical order.
  • A person making a redacted filing can file an unredacted copy under seal, or the Court can choose to order later that an additional filing be made under seal without redaction.

  • Magistrates' courts also have powers under the 1981 Act to order to detain any person who "insults the court" or otherwise disrupts its proceedings until the end of the sitting.
  • It can do "whatever we know how to order it" to perform.
  • The Gospel of Matthew mentions Bethlehem as the place of birth, and adds that King Herod was told that a 'King of the Jews' had been born in the town, prompting Herod to order the killing of all the boys who were two years old or under in the town and surrounding area.
  • In 1210 the King crossed into Ireland with a large army to crush a rebellion by the Anglo-Norman lords; he reasserted his control of the country and used a new charter to order compliance with English laws and customs in Ireland.
  • in a specified interval if and only if the given functions and all their derivatives up to order [...] are linearly independent.

  • Selling Welsh flannel, he created mail order catalogues, with customers able to order by mail for the first time [...] this following the Uniform Penny Post in 1840 and the invention of the postage stamp (Penny Black) where there was a charge of one penny for carriage and delivery between any two places in the United Kingdom irrespective of distance [...] and the goods were delivered throughout the UK via the newly created railway system.
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