ordonner

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From Old French ordiner, borrowed from Latin ordinare, present active infinitive of ordino.

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ordonner

  1. to arrange, to organiser, sort out (put in order)
    ordonner sa vie - to sort out one's life
  2. to prescribe (e.g. medicine)
  3. to order (give an order)
  4. (religion) to ordain

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French ordiner, from Latin ōrdinō, ōrdināre (arrange, put in order; rule, govern; ordain, appoint to office), from ōrdō (methodical series, arrangement, or order; regular line, row, or series).

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ordonner

  1. to order

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ordonner

  1. to command; to order; to decree

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