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Detailed Translations for ordering from English to French

ordering:

ordering [the ~] nom

  1. the ordering
    la commande
  2. the ordering (prescribe; determine; requiring; )
    la prescription; l'impérative; la proclamation

ordering adj

  1. ordering

Translation Matrix for ordering:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
commande ordering command; controls; driving-wheel; handle-bar; instruction; order; orders; steerage; steering-gear; steering-wheel; wheel
impérative declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring
prescription declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring imposition; laying on; precept; prescription; recommendation; regulation; rule
proclamation declaring; decreeing; determine; dictating; ordering; prescribe; requiring announcement; declaration; decree; disclosure; proclamation; promulgation; publication
- order; ordination
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
autoritaire ordering authoritarian; imperious; pedantic; prevailing; prevalent
impérieux ordering compelling; imperative

Related Words for "ordering":


Synonyms for "ordering":


Related Definitions for "ordering":

  1. the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement1
    • there were mistakes in the ordering of items on the list1
  2. logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements1

order:

order [the ~] nom

  1. the order (command; assignment; shibboleth; )
    l'assignation; l'ordre; la consigne; la mission; l'instruction; le commandement; la devise; la sommation; la contrainte
  2. the order (delivery)
    la livraison; la distribution
  3. the order (regularity)
    l'ordre; la régularité; la discipline
  4. the order (command)
    la commande; l'ordre; le commando; le commandement; la sommation; la mission; l'impératif; le mandat; l'ordre donné à l'armée
  5. the order (command)
    l'ordre; le commandement; l'impératif
  6. the order (command)
  7. the order (decoration; honour; knighthood; )
    la distinction; la décoration; l'ornement; la marque distinctive; l'ordre de chevalerie; l'ornementation; l'embellissement; la marque; le signe; le décor; l'emblème; le symbole
  8. the order (ribbon)
    l'honneur; la décoration
  9. the order (instruction; assignment; command)
    l'instruction; la consigne; l'assignation; la mission; la sommation; l'indication; le commandement; l'impératif; la contrainte; l'ordre
  10. the order (mandate; commission; instruction)
    le mandat; l'ordre de service; le consigne; l'instruction; l'assignation
  11. the order (z-order; Z order; stack order; z order)
    – The order in which objects are placed in a layer. An object higher in the stack will cover up (appear on top of) one lower in the stack. 2
  12. the order
    – A confirmed request for delivery of goods and services based on specified terms. An order is a quote that has been accepted by a customer. 2
    la commande
  13. the order
    – An online purchase submitted by a user to your Web site. 2
    la commande

to order verbe (orders, ordered, ordering)

  1. to order
    commander; distribuer à domicile
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
  2. to order (command; charge)
    ordonner; décréter; assigner; dévouer; régir; charger; commander; sommer; consacrer à; obliger à; diriger
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )
    • décréter verbe (décrète, décrètes, décrétons, décrétez, )
    • assigner verbe (assigne, assignes, assignons, assignez, )
    • dévouer verbe (dévoue, dévoues, dévouons, dévouez, )
    • régir verbe (régis, régit, régissons, régissez, )
    • charger verbe (charge, charges, chargeons, chargez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
    • sommer verbe (somme, sommes, sommons, sommez, )
    • consacrer à verbe
    • obliger à verbe
    • diriger verbe (dirige, diriges, dirigeons, dirigez, )
  3. to order (catalogue; organize; organise)
    cataloguer; faire un catalogue
    • cataloguer verbe (catalogue, catalogues, cataloguons, cataloguez, )
  4. to order (classify; rank; group; class)
    classifier; classer; catégoriser
    • classifier verbe (classifie, classifies, classifions, classifiez, )
    • classer verbe (classe, classes, classons, classez, )
    • catégoriser verbe (catégorise, catégorises, catégorisons, catégorisez, )
  5. to order (be in command of; preside; take the lead; command)
    mener; diriger; commander; avoir le commandement; ordonner; présider; gouverner; administrer; piloter
    • mener verbe (mène, mènes, menons, menez, )
    • diriger verbe (dirige, diriges, dirigeons, dirigez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )
    • présider verbe (préside, présides, présidons, présidez, )
    • gouverner verbe (gouverne, gouvernes, gouvernons, gouvernez, )
    • administrer verbe (administre, administres, administrons, administrez, )
    • piloter verbe (pilote, pilotes, pilotons, pilotez, )
  6. to order (exercise authority; reign; rule; exert power)
    régir; gouverner; diriger; maîtriser; dominer; commander
    • régir verbe (régis, régit, régissons, régissez, )
    • gouverner verbe (gouverne, gouvernes, gouvernons, gouvernez, )
    • diriger verbe (dirige, diriges, dirigeons, dirigez, )
    • maîtriser verbe (maîtrise, maîtrises, maîtrisons, maîtrisez, )
    • dominer verbe (domine, domines, dominons, dominez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
  7. to order (dictate; instruct; direct; bid)
    prescrire; commander
    • prescrire verbe (prescris, prescrit, prescrivons, prescrivez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
  8. to order (decree; ordain)
    statuer; ordonner; décréter
    • statuer verbe (statue, statues, statuons, statuez, )
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )
    • décréter verbe (décrète, décrètes, décrétons, décrétez, )
  9. to order (ordain; charge)
    ordonner; prescrire; commander; dicter
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )
    • prescrire verbe (prescris, prescrit, prescrivons, prescrivez, )
    • commander verbe (commande, commandes, commandons, commandez, )
    • dicter verbe (dicte, dictes, dictons, dictez, )
  10. to order (arrange; regulate; settle; fix)
    arranger
    • arranger verbe (arrange, arranges, arrangeons, arrangez, )
  11. to order (decree; dedicate; commission; )
    dicter; ordonner; prescrire; enjoindre
    • dicter verbe (dicte, dictes, dictons, dictez, )
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )
    • prescrire verbe (prescris, prescrit, prescrivons, prescrivez, )
    • enjoindre verbe (enjoins, enjoint, enjoignons, enjoignez, )
  12. to order (put in order; arrange; range)
    ranger; sérier; arranger; agencer; classifier; classer
    • ranger verbe (range, ranges, rangeons, rangez, )
    • sérier verbe
    • arranger verbe (arrange, arranges, arrangeons, arrangez, )
    • agencer verbe (agence, agences, agençons, agencez, )
    • classifier verbe (classifie, classifies, classifions, classifiez, )
    • classer verbe (classe, classes, classons, classez, )
  13. to order (dictate)
    indiquer; dicter; suggérer
    • indiquer verbe (indique, indiques, indiquons, indiquez, )
    • dicter verbe (dicte, dictes, dictons, dictez, )
    • suggérer verbe (suggère, suggères, suggérons, suggérez, )
  14. to order (call for)
  15. to order (dictate a letter; dictate)
    ordonner; dicter une lettre
    • ordonner verbe (ordonne, ordonnes, ordonnons, ordonnez, )

Conjugations for order:

present
  1. order
  2. order
  3. orders
  4. order
  5. order
  6. order
simple past
  1. ordered
  2. ordered
  3. ordered
  4. ordered
  5. ordered
  6. ordered
present perfect
  1. have ordered
  2. have ordered
  3. has ordered
  4. have ordered
  5. have ordered
  6. have ordered
past continuous
  1. was ordering
  2. were ordering
  3. was ordering
  4. were ordering
  5. were ordering
  6. were ordering
future
  1. shall order
  2. will order
  3. will order
  4. shall order
  5. will order
  6. will order
continuous present
  1. am ordering
  2. are ordering
  3. is ordering
  4. are ordering
  5. are ordering
  6. are ordering
subjunctive
  1. be ordered
  2. be ordered
  3. be ordered
  4. be ordered
  5. be ordered
  6. be ordered
diverse
  1. order!
  2. let's order!
  3. ordered
  4. ordering
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for order:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
assignation assignment; command; commission; cue; instruction; mandate; motto; order; parole; shibboleth allotment; citation; instruction; orders; subpoena; summon; summons
commande command; order command; controls; driving-wheel; handle-bar; instruction; ordering; orders; steerage; steering-gear; steering-wheel; wheel
commandement assignment; command; cue; instruction; motto; order; parole; shibboleth
commando command; order commando
consigne assignment; command; commission; cue; instruction; mandate; motto; order; parole; shibboleth cloakroom; close arrest; confinement to barracks; confinement to one's room; deposit; instruction; left luggage office; orders; password; prescription; recommendation; regulation; wardrobe
contrainte assignment; command; cue; instruction; motto; order; parole; shibboleth constraint; force; reserve; restraint; reticence; strength; violence
devise assignment; command; cue; instruction; motto; order; parole; shibboleth battle cry; central argument; device; election-cry; foreign currency; main proposition; maxim; motto; parole; password; precept; principle; promotion line; slogan; war cry; whoop; yell
discipline order; regularity branch; by-law; decision; defining; determination; discipline; field of study; fixing; limb; ordinance; regulation; regulations; rules; science discipline; specialism; sprig; subject; submission; twig
distinction badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order badge; becomingness; decency; decoration; differentiate; distinction; distinction of manner; distinguishing; gentility; insignia; mark; propriety; respectability; seemliness
distribution delivery; order circulation; delivery; distribution; distribution office; division; expansion; granting; issue; partition; septum; spreading; supplies; supply; yielding
décor badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order decor; decoration; décor; furnishing; scenery; stage decoration; stage setting
décoration badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order; ribbon adorning; adornment; attire; attribute; badge; buttonhole; characteristic; corsage; decorating; decoration; drapery; dressing up; feature; finery; furnishing; garnishing; insignia; medal; ornament; property; trait; trappings; trimming
embellissement badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order adorning; adornment; attire; beautification; decorating; decoration; finery; trappings
emblème badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order armorial bearings; attribute; characteristic; escutcheon; feature; property; symbol; trait
honneur order; ribbon becomingness; chastity; decency; deference; gentility; glittering; high-spirit; high-spiritedness; honor; honour; honours; luster; lustre; modesty; pride; propriety; respect; respectability; respecting; seemliness; sense of honour; solidity; soundness; sparkle; sparkling; splendor; splendour; tribute; virtue
impératif assignment; command; instruction; order imperative
indication assignment; command; instruction; order allusion; clue; evidence; hint; indicating; indication; innuendo; lead; omen; pointer; pointing out; reference; showing; sign; starting point; suggestion; symptom; tip
instruction assignment; command; commission; cue; instruction; mandate; motto; order; parole; shibboleth action statement; briefing; college; cultivation; development; drilling; education; evolvement; guidebook; guideline; handbook; instruction; instruction book; lesson; manual; orders; preliminary inquiry; preliminary investigation; qualification; schooling; statement; teaching; training; tuition; upbringing
livraison delivery; order consignment; delivering; delivery; dispatch; distribution; granting; issue; remittance; sending; sending in; supplies; supply; supplying; turning out; yielding
mandat command; commission; instruction; mandate; order authority; authorization form; form of proxy; instructions; mandate; money order; power of attorney; warrant
marque badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order attribute; body of evidence; brand; brand name; character description; character profile; characterisation; characteristic; characterization; characterizing someone; distinctive mark; distinguishing mark; evidence; feature; gesture; hallmark; identification mark; identifying mark; impress; imprint; licence number; licence plate; logo; mark; name; number plate; piece of evidence; proof; property; quality; registration number; seal; sign; signal; stamp; token; trademark; trait; weal; welt
marque distinctive badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order attribute; badge; character; character trait; characteristic; decoration; feature; medal; property; trait
mission assignment; command; cue; instruction; motto; order; parole; shibboleth chore; consignment; delivery; dispatch; duties; labor; labour; mission; remittance; sending; sending in; supplies; supply; task; work; working; workpiece
ordre assignment; command; cue; instruction; motto; order; parole; regularity; shibboleth arrangement; building; civility; class; classification; construction; decency; disposition; faultlessness; hierarchy; impeccability; irreprochability; joy; level; light-heartedness; marshalling; merriment; mirth; neatness; order of rank; orderliness; perfection; pleasure; position; propriety; purity; ranging; rank; respectability; sequence; social class; social group; social position; soundness; specialism; spotlessness; stainlessness; succession; tidiness
ordre de chevalerie badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order
ordre de service command; commission; instruction; mandate; order instruction; orders; service order
ordre donné à l'armée command; order army order
ornement badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order adornment; attire; buttonhole; corsage; decoration; drapery; finery; garnishing; ornament; trappings
ornementation badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order adornment; attire; buttonhole; corsage; decorating; decoration; drapery; finery; garnishing; ornament; trappings
régularité order; regularity decency; evenness; neatness; orderliness; regularity; tidiness
s'avancer push forward
signe badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order attribute; blink; body of evidence; character; characteristic; characterizing someone; clue; cue; evidence; feature; font; gesture; hint; identification mark; identifying mark; lead; licence number; licence plate; mark; number plate; piece of evidence; pointer; proof; property; registration number; sign; sign of the Zodiac; signal; tip; tip-off; token; trait; type; typeface; wink
sommation assignment; command; cue; instruction; motto; order; parole; shibboleth admonition; announcement; demand; notification; reminder; subpoena; summons; urgent request; warning; warrant
sommer giving notice of; notifying
symbole badge; decoration; honor; honour; knighthood; medal; order attribute; characteristic; charm; feature; property; symbol; trait
- club; decree; edict; fiat; gild; guild; lodge; monastic order; order of magnitude; ordering; orderliness; ordination; parliamentary law; parliamentary procedure; purchase order; rescript; rules of order; social club; society
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
administrer be in command of; command; order; preside; take the lead administer; command; direct; lead; manage; pour in; preside; run
agencer arrange; order; put in order; range
arranger arrange; fix; order; put in order; range; regulate; settle arrange; assort; boost; bring off; classify; coordinate; cope; fix; fix up; freshen up; group; instal; install; jack up v; lay down; make decent; manage; model; orchestrate; organise; organize; patch up; pep up; pull off; reconcile; redeem; redress; refurbish; renew; renovate; restore; resume; select; set up; settle; shape; shunt; sift; sort out
assigner charge; command; order allocate; allot; assign; bestow on; confer; give; subpoena; summon
avoir le commandement be in command of; command; order; preside; take the lead
cataloguer catalogue; order; organise; organize
catégoriser class; classify; group; order; rank card-index; categorize; classify; group; systematise; systematize
charger charge; command; order accuse; aggravate; blow up; burden; charge; charge with; charge with electricity; denounce; exaggerate; fill; freight; heap up; heighten; imputate; impute; incriminate; insinuate; lade; load; load a gun; make heavier; overdo; recharge; ship; weight
classer arrange; class; classify; group; order; put in order; range; rank arrange; assort; card-index; class; classify; dismiss; drop; group; select; shunt; sift; sort out; systematise; systematize
classifier arrange; class; classify; group; order; put in order; range; rank card-index; classify; group; systematise; systematize
commander be in command of; bid; charge; command; dictate; direct; exercise authority; exert power; instruct; ordain; order; preside; reign; rule; take the lead command; direct; extort; lead; preside
consacrer à charge; command; order dedicate; devote
dicter charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; ordain; order; rule
dicter une lettre dictate; dictate a letter; order
diriger be in command of; charge; command; exercise authority; exert power; order; preside; reign; rule; take the lead administer; command; direct; drive; guide; head for; lead; lead up to; manage; operate; pilot through; point the direction; preside; ride; run
distribuer à domicile order bring; bring around; deliver; deliver to the door; furnish; give; hand over; hand over to; leave; provide; send; send round; ship; supply
dominer exercise authority; exert power; order; reign; rule be the one in control; bring to submission; bring under control; check; control; crush; curb; develop; dominate; grow; grow up; have the upper hand; keep back; keep in control; keep under control; moderate; overcome; overpower; overwhelm; predominate; prevail; pulverise; pulverize; recant; restrain; retract; revoke; rise; rise above; rub fine; subdue; subject; suppress; take back; take possession of something; tame; tower; tower above; withhold
décréter charge; command; decree; ordain; order call; give notice of; proclaim; to declare; to decree; to ordain
dévouer charge; command; order
enjoindre charge; command; commission; decree; dedicate; devote; dictate; exert power; force; order; rule
faire un catalogue catalogue; order; organise; organize
gouverner be in command of; command; exercise authority; exert power; order; preside; reign; rule; take the lead command; crush; direct; dominate; have the upper hand; keep back; keep in control; lead; predominate; preside; prevail; pulverise; pulverize; recant; retract; revoke; rub fine; subdue; suppress; take back; withhold
indiquer dictate; order apply; draw attention to; enrol for; indicate

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Antonyms for "order":


Related Definitions for "order":

  1. the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement1
  2. (architecture) one of original three styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original three by the Romans1
  3. a degree in a continuum of size or quantity1
    • it was on the order of a mile1
  4. a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities1
    • IBM received an order for a hundred computers1
  5. a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)1
    • a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there1
  6. a body of rules followed by an assembly1
  7. (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed1
    • the British ships dropped anchor and waited for orders from London1
  8. a request for something to be made, supplied, or served1
    • I gave the waiter my order1
    • the company's products were in such demand that they got more orders than their call center could handle1
  9. (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families1
  10. a group of person living under a religious rule1
    • the order of Saint Benedict1
  11. a formal association of people with similar interests1
    • men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today1
  12. logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements1
    • we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation1
  13. established customary state (especially of society)1
    • order ruled in the streets1
    • law and order1
  14. a condition of regular or proper arrangement1
    • he put his desk in order1
    • the machine is now in working order1
  15. place in a certain order1
    • order the photos chronologically1
  16. bring order to or into1
  17. assign a rank or rating to1
  18. arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events1
  19. make a request for something1
    • order a work stoppage1
  20. give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority1
    • She ordered him to do the shopping1
  21. issue commands or orders for1
  22. appoint to a clerical posts1
  23. bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations1
  24. The front-to-back placement of an object relative to other objects in a picture or document.2
  25. The order in which objects are placed in a layer. An object higher in the stack will cover up (appear on top of) one lower in the stack.2
  26. A confirmed request for delivery of goods and services based on specified terms. An order is a quote that has been accepted by a customer.2
  27. An online purchase submitted by a user to your Web site.2

Wiktionary Translations for order:

order
noun
  1. arrangement, disposition
  2. good arrangement
  3. command
  4. request for some product or service
  5. religious group
  6. society of knights
  7. awarded decoration
  8. biology: taxonomical classification
  9. electronics: power of polynomial function in a circuit’s block
  10. partially ordered set
  11. relation on a partially ordered set
    • order → relation d'ordre
  12. highest exponent in a polynomial
verb
  1. to set in (any) order
  2. to set in (a good) order
  3. to issue a command
  4. to request some product or service
order
noun
  1. Ordre donné à un fabricant, à un ouvrier, à un artiste de faire un certain ouvrage, ou à un marchand de faire une certaine livraison
  2. Ordre donner
  3. militaire|nocat=1 Ordre bref
  4. (justice) Exploit fait par un huissier
  5. action d’enchainer.
  6. Traductions à trier suivant le sens
  7. Disposition des choses selon l’ordre, la convenance.
  8. Prescription d’un médecin.
  9. Relation entre des éléments d’un ensemble
  10. Demande impérative
  11. Tranquillité, discipline, subordination aux règles établies
  12. biologie|nocat=1 Taxon
verb
  1. Donner ordre à un ouvrier, un artisan, de faire une chose de son métier.
  2. Disposer suivant un certain ordre.
  3. tirer avec la règle des lignes droites sur du papier, du parchemin, du carton, etc. cf|papier réglé.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
order classer; ranger rangschikken — een bepaalde volgorde in iets aanbrengen
order ordre orde(biologie) een groep verwante organismen, onderdeel van een klasse en bestaande uit families
order ordre orde — een hiërarchische organisatie
order ordre orde — gewenste regelmaat
order commander commanderen — het bevel voeren over
order ordre bevel — verplicht uit te voeren opdracht zonder enige tegenspraak.
order ordre Auftragallgemein: mündliche oder schriftliche Aufforderungen einer Stelle oder einer Person an eine andere Stelle oder Person
order ordre Befehl — verbindliche Anweisung (bei Militär, Polizei und ähnlichem)
order commande BestellungAnforderung eines Produkt oder einer Dienstleistung
order ordre Orden — (klösterliche) Gemeinschaft, die unter einem Oberer oder einer Oberin nach bestimmten Regeln lebt und deren Mitglieder bestimmte Gelübde abgelegt haben müssen
order ordre Ordenseltener: weltlicher Verband, dessen Mitglieder nach bestimmten Vorschriften leben
order ordre OrdnungBiologie: Zusammenfassung mehrerer eng verwandter Familien, wobei eine oder mehrere Ordnungen eine Klasse bilden
order ordre OrdnungPhysik, Kosmologie: Synonym für Organisation
order ordre Ordnungallgemein: aufräumen, organisieren Zustand
order ordre OrdoBiologie, Systematik, fachsprachlich: Taxon der Ordnung, in dem mehrere verwandte Familien zusammengefasst werden
order ordre; séquence; succession Reihenfolgegeregelte, ordnungsgemäße Aufeinanderfolge
order commander ordern — etwas bestellen
order succession Abfolge — geregelte, ordnungsgemäße Aufeinanderfolge
order décréter verfügen — etwas anordnen, veranlassen