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Definition of "ordered" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of order. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ordered" in a sentence
  • ""We were ordered -- we were _ordered_ -- never to give, and we've given, and the sea will come in, and we'll all go to the bottom together!"
  • "Mulcaire was forced by the high court to write to Coogan's legal team revealing who at the title ordered him to hack into mobile phones belonging to a group of public figures in the middle part of the last decade, including the fashion model Elle Macpherson, the politician Simon Hughes, the publicist Max Clifford and a football agent, Sky Andrew."
  • "The "re-rating" is an invention to raise the rating of bad MBSs, which consists of structuring them in sections, which they called ordered tranches, from highest to lowest based on the the probability of default, and with the commitment to prioritize payments to those less bad."