English to Maori Meaning of order - kia

Order :

whakahau, kia, ture, mana kōkiri, raupapa, waimehatanga, tāupe, whakarerekētanga, ako, arataki, tohu, te ako, pūnaha, tikanga, hōtaka, tauatanga, rite, atu tenei, whakamanatanga, tahora, ngohi, tautuhinga, whakaritenga, āhua, rihīti, tauira, tūmomo, kāhua, ritenga, haapa'oraa, mahi, peu, whakamahi, pire, pire o te utu, pepa, tuhipoka tuku, tono pire, piha haapiiraa, tapawha, rōpū, puninga, ahua, ehea, kia rangatū, wetereo, hua, putanga, huru tika, maau, haupae, raina, whiri, Tantra, karakia, puka, kaupapa, hapori, iwi, wehenga, piha pāpori, kaihe, fakangofua, whakaaetanga, faatîtîraa, e, mau, mana, kēnana, whakaako, iho, ähuareka, ara, tukanga, kuiti, whakaae, te tukua e te, waiho

kia, whakahau, tono, hoatu he whakahau, te whakatakoto atu, takoto, whakarite, whakapaipai, ūhia, te tuku, ngohi, huinga, rōpū, kaihapai,, faatere i, ia haavî, ia haavî i roto i, paraire, whakaako, hāngai, whakaritea, atu tenei, te tukua e te, mapu, rapu, arataki

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Definitions of order in English
Noun(1) (often plural, e.g., a military or law enforcement officer(2) a degree in a continuum of size or quantity(3) established customary state (especially of society(4) logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements(5) a condition of regular or proper arrangement(6) a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge(7) a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities(8) a formal association of people with similar interests(9) a body of rules followed by an assembly(10) (usually plural(11) a group of person living under a religious rule(12) (biology(13) a request for something to be made, supplied, or served(14) (architecture(15) the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement
Verb(1) give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority(2) make a request for something(3) issue commands or orders for(4) bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations(5) bring order to or into(6) place in a certain order(7) appoint to a clerical posts(8) arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events(9) assign a rank or rating to
Examples of order in English
(1) He had to create order and purpose in the midst of a terrible chaos.(2) The pair were given a shared custody order by a Pasadena court on July 27, 1999 with equal rights and duties.(3) A political order that produces a choice between two such candidates has lost all credibility.(4) to order things by date(5) and that's an order!(6) It is the duty of the courts to ensure that there is order under the rule of law.(7) what's your order?(8) Her vibrancy, dramatic range and willowy elegance make her a classical ballerina of the highest order .(9) So where did this order come from - government or senior management?(10) According to the evolutionary sequence, the biblical order of creation is all wrong.(11) I order shoes straight from Manolo Blahnik, or I buy them from Harrods.(12) A High Court judge made an order which will result in the twins being returned to Missouri in the United States where they were born.(13) the company has won an order for six tankers(14) He was given a community service order and put on probation.(15) One day I'll reorganise the sections into some semblance of order .(16) the house had only just been vacated and was in good order
Related Phrases of order
(1) in order to ::
roto i te tikanga ki
(2) in order ::
i roto i te raupapa
(3) out of order ::
i roto o te tikanga
(4) purchase order ::
raupapa hoko
(5) to order ::
ki te tono
(6) money order ::
raupapa moni
(7) in order that ::
i roto i te raupapa e
(8) order number ::
tau kia
(9) order form ::
puka kia
(10) law and order ::
ture kia me
1. sequence ::
3. peace ::
te rongo
4. condition ::
5. command ::
6. commission ::
7. class ::
piha haapiiraa
9. taxonomic group ::
rōpū taxonomic
10. community ::
11. type ::
13. order of magnitude ::
raupapa o te nui
14. orderliness ::
15. holy order ::
kia tapu
16. club ::
17. parliamentary law ::
ture pāremata
19. purchase order ::
raupapa hoko
20. monastic order ::
kia Monastic
21. instruct ::
22. decree ::
23. request ::
24. organize ::
25. govern ::
faatere i
27. place ::
28. tell ::
29. dictate ::
30. consecrate ::
1. derange ::
2. disarrange ::
3. disarray ::
he maveuveu
4. disorder ::
5. rumple ::
6. upset ::
Different Forms
order, ordered, ordering, orderings, orders, suborder, suborders
Word Example from TV Shows
Which brings me
to our next order of business.

Which brings me to our next ORDER of business.

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 21

So we'll just order three entrées.

So we'll just ORDER three entrées.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 7

It's illegal to confiscate phones\Nwithout a court order.

It's illegal to confiscate phones
without a court ORDER.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 4

in the throne room, did you give the order?

in the throne room, did you give the ORDER?

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 2

Are we ready to order?

Are we ready to ORDER?

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 4

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