order

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Pronunciation (Yadda ake faɗi)

Noun

Singular
order

Plural
orders

  1. (uncountable) Order is when things are where they should be. <> shirin abubuwa yadda ya kamata. tsarin abubuwa.
    I need to take some time to put my things in order. <> Ina buƙatar na ɗauki ɗan lokacin da zan shirya/tsara abubuwa na daidai.
  2. (countable) The order of some things means which thing is first, which one is second, which one is last, etc. <> tsari bi da bi.
    The children will take turns in order of age. <> Yaran za su ɗauki dama ta tsarin shekarunsu.
    In alphabetical/numerical order <> Ta tsarin abjadi/lambobi.
  3. (countable) A request for some product or service; a commission to purchase, sell, or supply goods. <> buƙatar siya.
  4. law and order <> doka da oda.

Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
order

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
orders

Past tense (ya wuce)
ordered

Past participle (ya wuce)
ordered

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
ordering

  1. (transitive) To order something is to ask someone to sell it to you. <> yin siya.
    At the restaurant, she ordered chicken and potatoes. <> Ta siyo naman kaza da dankali a gidan abinci.
  2. (transitive) To order someone to do something is to tell the person that they must do it. <> (command) umarta/umarci, ba da umarni.
    The father ordered his children to be quiet. <> Baban ya umarci 'ya'yan sa su yi shiru.
    He likes to order people around. <> Ya cika son mulki.
  3. (arrange) tsara.


Google translation of order

Tsari, domin.

  1. (noun) umurni <> command, order, requirement; tsari <> regulation, proposal, arrangement, assortment, code, order; tsarin aikin taro <> order;
  2. (verb) tsara aikin taro <> order; ba da umurni <> command, order, dictate;