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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of religious order

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of religious order:
/ɹɪlɪd͡ʒəs ɔɹdɹ̩/

Derived Form of religious

noun
plural: religiouses
adjective
comparitive: more religious
superlative: most religious
Noun
1
a member of a religious order who is bound by vows of poverty and chastity and obedience
HyponymsBenedictine, cenobite, eremite, friar, Jesuit, monk, nun, superior, votary,
Hypernymsreligious person,
Type ofreligionist, religious person,
TypesBenedictine, cenobite, coenobite, eremite, friar, Jesuit, mendicant, Merton, monastic, monk, nun, superior, Thomas Merton, votary,
Adjective
1
having or showing belief in and reverence for a deity
  1. a religious man
  2. religious attitude
Antonymsirreligious,
Similarchurchgoing, churchlike, churchly, devout, god-fearing, interfaith, pious,
2
of or relating to clergy bound by monastic vows
  1. the religious or regular clergy conducts the service
Antonymssecular,
3
concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church
Synonymsspiritual,
See alsoreligiously,
Similarsacred,
4
extremely scrupulous and conscientious
See alsoreligiously,
Similarscrupulous,
Adjective satellite
1
concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church
  1. religious texts
  2. a member of a religious order
  3. lords temporal and spiritual
  4. spiritual leaders
  5. spiritual songs
Synonymsspiritual,
2
extremely scrupulous and conscientious
  1. religious in observing the rules of health

Derived Form of order

noun
plural: orders
verb
third person: orders
past: ordered
past participle: ordered
present participle: ordering
Noun
1
(often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed
  1. the British ships dropped anchor and waited for orders from London
Hyponymsmarching orders, summons, word,
Hypernymscommand,
Type ofbid, bidding, command, dictation,
Typesmarching orders, summons, word,
2
a degree in a continuum of size or quantity
  1. it was on the order of a mile
  2. an explosion of a low order of magnitude
Synonymsorder of magnitude,
Hypernymsmagnitude,
Type ofmagnitude,
3
established customary state (especially of society)
  1. order ruled in the streets
  2. law and order
Antonymsdisorder,
Hyponymscivil order, harmony, peace, rule of law, stability, tranquillity,
Hypernymsstate,
Type ofstate,
Typescivil order, concord, concordance, harmony, peace, polity, quiet, rule of law, stability, tranquillity,
4
logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements
  1. we shall consider these questions in the inverse order of their presentation
Synonymsordering, ordination,
Hyponymsbacteria order, genetic code, genome, series, word order,
Hypernymsarrangement,
Type ofarrangement,
Typesbacteria order, genetic code, genome, series, word order,
5
a condition of regular or proper arrangement
  1. he put his desk in order
  2. the machine is now in working order
Synonymsorderliness,
Antonymsdisorderliness, disorder,
Hyponymskilter, spit and polish, tidiness,
Hypernymscondition,
Type ofcondition, status,
Typeskelter, kilter, spit and polish, tidiness,
6
a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)
  1. a friend in New Mexico said that the order caused no trouble out there
Synonymsdecree, edict, fiat, rescript,
Hyponymsbull, consent decree, curfew, decree nisi, imperial decree, legal separation, programma, prohibition, stay,
Hypernymsact,
Type ofact, enactment,
Typesban, bull, consent decree, curfew, decree nisi, imperial decree, judicial separation, legal separation, papal bull, programma, prohibition, proscription, stay,
7
a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities
  1. IBM received an order for a hundred computers
Synonymspurchase order,
Hyponymscredit order, indent, mail order, market order, production order, reorder, stop order, stop payment,
Hypernymscommercial document,
Type ofcommercial document, commercial instrument,
Typesbill-me order, credit order, indent, mail order, market order, production order, stop order, stop payment, stop-loss order,
8
a formal association of people with similar interests
  1. he joined a golf club
  2. they formed a small lunch society
  3. men from the fraternal order will staff the soup kitchen today
Synonymsclub, social club, society, guild, gild, lodge,
Hyponymsathenaeum, bookclub, chapter, chess club, country club, fraternity, glee club, golf club, hunt, investors club, jockey club, racket club, rowing club, service club, slate club, sorority, turnverein, yacht club,
Hypernymsassociation,
Partsclub member,
Type ofassociation,
Typesathenaeum, atheneum, boat club, bookclub, chapter, chess club, country club, frat, fraternity, glee club, golf club, hunt, hunt club, investors club, jockey club, racket club, rowing club, service club, slate club, sorority, turnverein, yacht club,
9
a body of rules followed by an assembly
Synonymsrules of order, parliamentary law, parliamentary procedure,
Hyponymsclosure, interpellation, point of order, previous question, standing order,
Hypernymsrule,
Type ofprescript, rule,
Typesclosure, cloture, gag law, gag rule, interpellation, point of order, previous question, Robert's Rules of Order, standing order,
10
(usually plural) the status or rank or office of a Christian clergyman in an ecclesiastical hierarchy
  1. theologians still disagree over whether `bishop' should or should not be a separate Order
SynonymsHoly Order, Order,
Hyponymsacolyte, anagnost, deacon, doorkeeper, exorcist, lector, priest, subdeacon,
Hypernymsstatus,
Type ofposition, status,
Typesacolyte, anagnost, deacon, doorkeeper, exorcist, lector, ostiarius, ostiary, priest, reader, subdeacon,
11
a group of person living under a religious rule
  1. the order of Saint Benedict
Synonymsmonastic order,
HyponymsAugustinian order, Benedictine order, Carmelite order, Carthusian order, Dominican order, Franciscan order, Society of Jesus,
Hypernymssect,
Type ofreligious order, religious sect, sect,
TypesAugustinian order, Benedictine order, Carmelite order, Carthusian order, Dominican order, Franciscan order, Jesuit order, Order of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, order of Saint Benedict, Society of Jesus,
12
(biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families
Hyponymsanimal order, fungus order, plant order, protoctist order,
Hypernymstaxonomic group,
Partsfamily, suborder,
Type oftaxon, taxonomic category, taxonomic group,
Typesanimal order, fungus order, plant order, protoctist order,
Part ofclass,
See alsoordinal,
13
a request for something to be made, supplied, or served
  1. I gave the waiter my order
  2. the company's products were in such demand that they got more orders than their call center could handle
Hyponymsshort order,
Hypernymsrequest,
14
(architecture) one of original three styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original three by the Romans
HyponymsComposite order, Corinthian order, Doric order, Ionic order, Tuscan order,
Hypernymsartistic style,
Type ofartistic style, idiom,
TypesComposite order, Corinthian order, Dorian order, Doric order, Ionian order, Ionic order, Tuscan order,
15
the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement
  1. there were mistakes in the ordering of items on the list
Synonymsordering,
Hyponymsalphabetization, layout, rank order, scaling, succession,
Hypernymsorganization,
16
a request for food or refreshment (as served in a restaurant or bar etc.)
Type ofasking, request,
Typesshort order,
17
putting in order
Synonymsordering,
Type oforganisation, organization,
Typesalphabetisation, alphabetization, grading, layout, rank order, scaling, sequence, succession,
Verb
1
give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority
  1. I said to him to go home
  2. She ordered him to do the shopping
  3. The mother told the child to get dressed
Synonymstell, enjoin, say,
Hyponymscall, command, direct, instruct, warn,
Hypernymsrequest,
Type ofrequest,
Typescall, command, compel, direct, instruct, require, send for, warn,
2
make a request for something
  1. Order me some flowers
  2. order a work stoppage
Hyponymscall, commission, place, reorder, wish,
Hypernymsrequest,
Type ofbespeak, call for, quest, request,
Typescall, commission, place, reorder, wish,
See alsoorderer,
3
issue commands or orders for
Synonymsprescribe, dictate,
Hyponymsmandate,
Hypernymsinflict,
Type ofbring down, impose, inflict, visit,
Typesmandate,
4
bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations
  1. We cannot regulate the way people dress
  2. This town likes to regulate
Synonymsregulate, regularize, regularise, govern,
Antonymsderegulate,
Hyponymsstandardize, zone,
Hypernymsdecide,
Type ofdecide, determine, make up one's mind,
Typesdistrict, standardise, standardize, zone,
5
bring order to or into
  1. Order these files
Antonymsdisorder,
Hyponymscollate, disentangle, systematize, tidy,
Hypernymsarrange,
Type ofarrange, set up,
Typesclean up, collate, disentangle, neaten, square away, straighten, straighten out, systematise, systematize, systemise, systemize, tidy, tidy up, unsnarl,
See alsoorderer, ordering,
6
place in a certain order
  1. order the photos chronologically
Hypernymsarrange,
Type ofarrange, set up,
See alsoorderer, ordering,
7
appoint to a clerical posts
  1. he was ordained in the Church
Synonymsordain, consecrate, ordinate,
Hypernymsinvest,
Type ofenthrone, invest, vest,
8
arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
  1. arrange my schedule
  2. set up one's life
  3. I put these memories with those of bygone times
Synonymsarrange, set up, put,
Hyponymsphrase, synchronize,
Hypernymsorganize,
9
assign a rank or rating to
  1. how would you rank these students?
  2. The restaurant is rated highly in the food guide
Synonymsrate, rank, range, grade, place,
Hyponymsdowngrade, prioritize, reorder, seed, sequence, shortlist, subordinate, superordinate, upgrade,
Hypernymsevaluate,
Type ofjudge,
Typesdowngrade, prioritise, prioritize, reorder, seed, sequence, shortlist, subordinate, superordinate, upgrade,
See alsoordering,
10
arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events, etc.
Synonymsarrange, put, set up,
Type oforganise, organize,
Typescontemporise, contemporize, synchronise, synchronize,
See alsoordering,

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  16. from the hegemonic religious secular order of the state.
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