counter-order

counter-order

n
(Military) military an order which revokes a previous order
Translations

counter-order

[ˈkaʊntərˌɔːdəʳ] Ncontraorden f
References in classic literature ?
I was desired, monseigneur, to return in all haste to Beaugency, to give counter-orders to the courier, who was himself to go back immediately with counter-orders to M.
Customers in Denver seem very comfortable with the idea of a counter-order format, an $8 to $10 price and a higher-quality offering.
First, the Civil Code regulates, by its special provisions, the right to a counter-order.
It's a clean, no-frills, counter-order cafe where the scales are tipped toward the consumer.
Just east of Laurel Canyon on Ventura Boulevard in Studio City, it's one of those mini-mall, counter-order, fast-food purveyors.
Using sophisticated technology modeled on the New York Stock Exchange, Betfair accepts bets placed by individuals on a wide range of sports, horse racing, entertainment and financial events, and immediately offsets them against counter-orders from other customers.