Order Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Order V1 V2 V3

Order Verb 1 2 3, Past and Past Participle Form Tense of Order V1 V2 V3



  • Give an authoritative direction or instruction to do something.(verb)
  • Request (something) to be made, supplied, or served.(verb)
  • Arrange (something) in a methodical or appropriate way.(verb)
Verb(V1)Past Tense(V2)Past Participle(V3)
Verb – es(Ves)Verb – ing(Ving)

instruct, command, direct, enjoin, give the order to, give the command to, tell, require, charge, adjure, request, apply for, send away for, send off for, write off for, put in an order for, place an order for, requisition, organize, put in order, set in order, arrange, sort out, straighten out, marshal, dispose, lay out, regulate, sequence, arrangement, organization, disposition, structure, system, series, succession, command, instruction, directive, direction, decree, edict, injunction, mandate, dictate, commandment, system, class system, hierarchy, pecking order, grouping, grading, ranking, scale, community, brotherhood, sisterhood, type, kind, sort, nature, variety, ilk, genre, cast, style, brand, vintage, taxonomic group, class, subclass, family, species, breed,

Example Sentences with order
  • Human science fragments everything in order to understand it, kills everything in order to examine it.
  • Samuel’s going to take the order over to the customer.
  • Did you give the order?
  • The important cargo Jeremy wanted had arrived when he went home in order to get things he need.
  • The doctor ordered to stay in bed.
  • They all ordered massive plates of eggs, pancakes, and reindeer sausage, though Frank looked a little worried about the reindeer.
  • Dan’s going to take the order over to the customer.
  • I force myself to contradict myself in order to avoid conforming to my own taste.
  • I’m carrying out Steve’s orders.
  • Carry out my orders!
  • Had Chris and Olivia been studying to learn Japanese very well in order to live and work in Japan?
  • Customers left the cafe as the waiter awkwardly took orders from customers.
  • I will do my best in order to teach you English.
  • He got up early in order to catch the plane.
  • I will go to England in order to improve my English.
  • They met in order to get information from each other about the project.
  • I went to shopping in order to buy a new jeans.
  • In order to play the game, we must have two computers.
  • We will save money in order to buy a new house.
  • He walked about in order to keep warm.
  • She skipped lunch in order to go shopping.
  • Steve finished the beer and ordered another.
  • People should eat enough fruits in order to be healthy.
  • Can I order one?
  • My sister ordered a cup of tea.
  • This isn’t what I ordered.