- n.（基督教的）圣职，牧师职; 命令( order的名词复数 ); 秩序; （会议、议会等的）程序; 次序;
- v.（医生）开（处方）( order的第三人称单数 ); 订购; （上帝、命运等）注定; 点（饭菜，饮料等）;
Use recorded delivery for large cheques or money orders.
I have orders to deliver it to Mr Demiris personally.
He was looking obediently at Keith, waiting for orders.
He personally had received orders from Commander Lehmann to scuttle the ship.
The orders will throw a lifeline to Britain's shipyards.
The time delay would be smaller by eight orders of magnitude.
The army refused to accept orders from the political leadership.
The company laid off 65,000 workers after commercial-jet orders dried up.
Industrial orders had already fallen in the preceding months.
Postal money orders are available in amounts up to $700.
It was no defence to plead that they were only obeying orders.
I'm new here and all I did was follow orders.
The ship was sunk on express orders from the Prime Minister.
Nick hollered for her to pick up her orders.
Someone had to give orders and take responsibility for mistakes.
On the occasions when hunting has been tried, local animal rights people have worked to secure court orders against the hunts.
A spokesman for the management said that they'd hope they could now get back to producing cars, and that they lost lot of money and orders over this dispute.
Boy, news travels fast around here! I only got the orders a couple of hours ago.
2017年高考英语江苏卷 听力 原文
You need to obey your orders and remind you to take pills.
2015年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读B 选项收起真题例句