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The government has ordered an investigation into the cause of the accident.
The judge ordered Hill to serve five years in prison for the robbery.
The Director has ordered her off the project.
His soldiers ordered the two men out of the vehicle.
Local police have ordered that all guns should be registered.
Are you ready to order?
I'd like to order the salmon, please.
The waitress came, so we ordered you another beer.
This is the British English definition of order. View American English definition of order.
a plan or course of action that is not possible to achieve