“Order” in a Sentence (with Audio)
Examples of how to use the word “order” in a sentence. How to connect “order” with other words to make correct English sentences.
order (n, v): a request to make, supply, or deliver food or goods; to ask for something to be made, supplied, or delivered, especially in a restaurant or shop
Use “order” in a sentence
The names on the list are in alphabetical order.
Put these words in alphabetical order.
He ordered a cup of coffee.
I’d like to cancel my order.
We’ve already ordered food and drinks.
Please arrange these books in alphabetical order.
She listed her favorite restaurants in order of preference.
In order to use this service, you need to register an account.
Can you say the alphabet in reverse order?
We’re out of stock now and no longer taking orders.
Waiter, I’d like to order.
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