What does order mean not filed meaning

Order, the

  • state established by ordering (1), being in order, tidy, clear state

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    Examples
    • an exemplary order
    • Make order, create
    • have to get used to order
    • raise the children in order (stop being neat)
    Phrases, idioms, proverbs
    • Bring something in order (colloquial: 1. Bring something back into a usable, orderly state. 2. Clarify an unpleasant incident or the like to the satisfaction of everyone involved.)
    • be okay (colloquial: 1. be flawless 1a: is your passport okay ?; the meat is not completely okay; your behavior was not okay. 2. be healthy; feel good. 3. be nice, reliable, personable .)
    • in the nicest / best order (colloquial: as it should be; as it is desired)
    • go in order (colloquial: as agreed, promised, done according to order)
    • to find something [completely] in order (colloquial: to consider something to be completely right, appropriate)
    • okay! (colloquial: [a] understood!)
    • Order is half of life
    • everything has to be in order
  • ordering (1, 2)

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    Rare
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    1. orderly way of life

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      Examples
      • a child needs order
      • be torn out of its usual order
    2. Compliance with discipline, certain rules within a community

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      example
      • he failed to bring order to the class
      Phrases, idioms, proverbs
      • to call someone to order (to rebuke, [officially] to exhort to discipline)
    3. based on certain norms and implemented by the state by means of ordinances, legislation or the like. enforced and controlled regulation of public life

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      example
      • Disrupt and restore peace and order
    1. Social order

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    2. Law (3)

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      example
      • that is, violates any order
    1. The way in which something is ordered, regulated; Arrangement (1)

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      example
      • an alphabetical order
    2. Formation (2a)

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  • larger unit consisting of several related animal or plant families

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    biology
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    • the order of the predators
  • Determination of mathematical quantities that are structured according to certain classifications

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    mathematics
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    example
    • First order derivatives
  • Structure of an ordered set (2)

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    Set theory
  • certain level of a sequence structured according to qualitative criteria

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    Phrases, idioms, proverbs
    • first order (colloquially: of the highest degree, of particularly thorough type: a first order annoyance)