ordernoun

  • ja順序、順番
  • enthe way objects in space or events in time follow one another

Examples

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And let's just say that I just sent back 'Love Actually,' which was awesome.
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And they sent me 'Uptown Girls,' which is also awesome.
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But guess what, now I want to see 'Love Actually' again,
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but it's at the bottom of the queue.
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"Oh, no, what do I do?"
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What I do is this.
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I go online. I go click, click, click.
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And I change the order of the queue,
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so that I can see 'Love Actually' as soon as I want to.
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It's so easy, Ryan.
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All of my books that I've got over the years, or that I've inherited.
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When we get into the drawers, specifically my comic book collection,
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it's a lot more organized.
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It's in alphabetical order.
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Queen Jipjorrulac, you seem troubled.
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Yes, King Gripullon, our son hasn't tortured the prisoners yet today.
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Hmm, that's not like Mark.
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Computer, find Mark.
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Readings show that your son has been taken to Earth.
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Oh, oh, not Earth.
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Assemble the star destroyers.
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We'll blow-up that foul planet and get our son back.
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Not necessarily in that order.

Other meanings for order...

ordernoun

  • ja注文、発注、注文品
  • engoods, items, or food bought, sold, or requested
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According to a representative from the Trump campaign,
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more than $20 million worth of merchandise has been sold since July of 2016.
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The way we normally work with clients is, we pick out merchandise, we collaborate with the company,
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and then we fulfill the orders, and we charge a fulfillment fee.
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Remember how I saved your detectives from prison in exchange for a favor?
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- The time has come — - Wait, this isn't my order.
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What?
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This is an omelet. I only eat omelets on vacation.
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Yeah, I don't care what you eat.
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I'm here to call in the favor that you owe me.
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How many clam strips come in an order?
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Six.
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How big are they?
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Well, have you ever seen a chicken strip?
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I've never seen a chicken wear clothes.
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So I started selling the game, it was first available on my website.
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And it was actually started — it was stored right here in my garage.
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And we used to pack every order we got.
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And when it started building up and we started getting more orders,
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we were not able to fulfill that many.
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So we were seeing if we could get it on Amazon.
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And luckily, within almost just the first year, we got it on Amazon.
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1.
Alright, can I take your order?
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Excuse me.
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What would you like, sir?
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Can you wait?
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Isn't that your job?
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Aren't you a waiter?
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1.
Welcome to Good Burger.
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Home of the Good Burger.
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Can I take your order?
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You know, these days, I feel like everybody's paleo, or gluten-free, or vegan.
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And this whole menu system makes it so easy to find what you're looking for, whatever that is.
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Okay, so I found my order.
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I've decided I'm gonna get cauliflower fried rice bowl,
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and for my protein, a little bit of falafel.
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This should be good.
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You know what I'm gonna do?
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I'm gonna help with the cocktail waitresses.
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So I'll be back and take your order.
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- Alright. - Okay.
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We love you.
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- Right, great. - Here we go.
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Then after you place your order, you walk over to the barista station,
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which is a fancy name for “coffee pourer person.”
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And this is a place where people stand as close to the counter as they possibly can
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even though there are 12 people waiting for their order that were before them.
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Bob Chapman, who runs a large manufacturing company in the Midwest called Barry-Wehmiller,
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in 2008, was hit very hard by the recession.
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And they lost 30% of their orders overnight.
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Now, in a large manufacturing company, this is a big deal.
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And they could no longer afford their labor pool.
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They needed to save $10 million.
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So, like so many companies today, the board got together and discussed layoffs.
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And Bob refused.

ordernoun

  • ja指令、命令
  • enthe state that exists when people obey laws, rules or authority
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Attention, all passengers.
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Wilford Industries wishes you good morning.
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Mr. Wilford would like to address the rumors of disturbances in the tail.
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Let me assure you, your security is our highest priority.
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Order will be restored.
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His calculations are correct.
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The Empire is dying.
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Order will vanish.
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Wars will be endless.
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Only we can shorten the darkness.
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Introduce a little anarchy, upset the established order, and everything becomes chaos.
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I’m an agent of chaos.
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Al Pacino!
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This guy's the reason I became an actor.
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"I'm out of order?
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You're out of order!
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This whole courtroom's out of order!"