Идиомы и фразеологизмы английского со словом order. Страница три

Словосочетания со словом order. Страница три

take-out order
An order in a restaurant that one does not eat on the premises, but takes home.
The new Chinese restaurant on the corner sells nice take-out orders.
to order
According to directions given in an order in the way and size wanted.
The manufacturer built the machine to order.
A very big man often has his suits made to order.
under orders
Not out of one's own desire or one's own free will; obligatorily; not freely.
"So you were a Nazi prison guard? " the judge asked. "Yes, your Honor," the man answered, "but I was acting under orders and not because I wished to harm anyone."
walking papers
walking orders
walking ticket
A statement that you are fired from your job; dismissal.
The boss was not satisfied with Paul's work and gave him his walking papers.
George is out of work. He picked up his walking ticket last Friday.