Another word for order
regulation, plan, disposition, management, establishment, method, distribution, placement, scale, rule, computation, adjustment, adaptation, ordering, ranging, standardizing, marshaling, aligning, lining up, trimming, grouping, composition, cast, assortment, disposal, scheme, form, routine, array, procedure, method, index, cosmos, regularity, uniformity, symmetry, harmony, placement, layout, line-up, setup; see also classification 1, system 1.
A formal agreement to purchase
The amount purchased in an order, sense 5
for the purpose of, as a means to, so that; see to 6.
To give a command
To authorize a purchase
To put in order
arrange, furnish, regulate, establish, dispose, manage, systematize, space, methodize, file, put away, classify, codify, distribute, alphabetize, regularize, normalize, get information, pattern, formalize, settle, fix, locate, dress up, get things into proportion, sort out, index, put to rights, establish guidelines for, adjust, adapt, set in order, assign, place, regiment, trim, range, align, standardize, marshal, plan, group; see also line 4, organize 1.
Another word for ordernoun
A way or condition of being arranged:arrangement, categorization, classification, deployment, disposal, disposition, distribution, formation, grouping, layout, lineup, organization, placement, sequence. See order
Systematic arrangement and design:method, orderliness, organization, pattern, plan, system, systematization, systemization. See order
A state of sound readiness:condition, fettle, fitness, form, kilter, shape, trim. See better
A way in which things follow each other in space or time:consecution, procession, sequence, succession. See order, precede
A number of things placed or occurring one after the other:chain, consecution, course, procession, progression, round, run, sequence, series, string, succession, suite, train. (Informal) streak. See order
An authoritative indication to be obeyed:behest, bidding, charge, command, commandment, dictate, direction, directive, injunction, instruction (often used in plural), mandate, word. See over, words
A group of people united in a relationship and having some interest, activity, or purpose in common:association, club, confederation, congress, federation, fellowship, fraternity, guild, league, organization, society, sorority, union. See group
A class that is defined by the common attribute or attributes possessed by all its members:breed, cast, description, feather, ilk, kind2, lot, manner, mold, nature, sort, species, stamp, stripe, type, variety. (Informal) persuasion. See group
A division of persons or things by quality, rank, or grade:bracket, class, grade, league, rank1, tier. See group, value
A subdivision of a larger group:category, class, classification, set2. See group
To give orders to:bid, charge, command, direct, enjoin, instruct, tell. See over, words
To command or issue commands in an arrogant manner:boss, dictate, dominate, domineer, rule, tyrannize. See over
To put into a deliberate order:arrange, array, deploy, dispose, marshal, organize, range, sort, systematize. See order
To arrange in an orderly manner:methodize, organize, systematize, systemize. See order