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or·der·ly

 (ôr′dər-lē)
adj.
1.
a. Free from disorder; neat or well-arranged: an orderly room.
b. Having a systematic arrangement: a garden with orderly rows.
2.
a. Given to keeping things neat or well-arranged: an orderly housekeeper.
b. Adhering or conforming to a method or system: an orderly researcher.
3. Devoid of violence or disruption; peaceful: an orderly transition of governments.
n. pl. or·der·lies
1. An attendant who does routine, nonmedical work in a hospital.
2. A soldier assigned to attend and perform various tasks for a superior officer.
adv.
Systematically; regularly.

or′der·li·ness n.
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orderly

(ˈɔːdəlɪ)
adj
1. in order, properly arranged, or tidy
2. obeying or appreciating method, system, and arrangement
3. harmonious or peaceful
4. (Military) military of or relating to orders: an orderly book.
adv
rare according to custom or rule
n, pl -lies
5. (Medicine) med a male hospital attendant
6. (Military) military a junior rank detailed to carry orders or perform minor tasks for a more senior officer
ˈorderliness n
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or•der•ly

(ˈɔr dər li)

adj., n., pl. -lies,
adv. adj.
1. arranged or disposed in a neat, tidy manner or in a regular sequence: an orderly desk.
2. observant of or governed by system or method.
3. characterized by or observant of law, rule, or discipline; well-behaved; law-abiding.
4. pertaining to or charged with the communication or execution of orders.
n.
5. a hospital attendant having general, nonmedical duties.
6. an enlisted soldier assigned to perform various chores for a commanding officer or group of officers.
adv.
7. methodically; regularly.
8. according to established order or rule.
[1470–80]
or′der•li•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.orderly - a soldier who serves as an attendant to a superior officerorderly - a soldier who serves as an attendant to a superior officer; "the orderly laid out the general's uniform"
attendant, attender, tender - someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another
soldier - an enlisted man or woman who serves in an army; "the soldiers stood at attention"
2.orderly - a male hospital attendant who has general duties that do not involve the medical treatment of patientsorderly - a male hospital attendant who has general duties that do not involve the medical treatment of patients
attendant, attender, tender - someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another
Adj.1.orderly - devoid of violence or disruption; "an orderly crowd confronted the president"
disorderly - undisciplined and unruly; "disorderly youths"; "disorderly conduct"
2.orderly - clean or organized; "her neat dress"; "a neat room"
tidy - marked by order and cleanliness in appearance or habits; "a tidy person"; "a tidy house"; "a tidy mind"
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orderly

adjective
1. well-behaved, controlled, disciplined, quiet, restrained, law-abiding, obedient, docile, nonviolent, peaceable, decorous The organizers guided them in orderly fashion out of the building.
well-behaved disorderly, uncontrolled, riotous, undisciplined
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orderly

adjective
1. In good order or clean condition:
Chiefly British: tight.
2. Arranged or proceeding in a set, systematized pattern:
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Translations
ضابِط الخِدْمَة اليَوْمِيَّهمُرَتَّب، خاضِع للنِّظام، هادئمُمَرِّض عَسْكَري في مُسْتَشْفى
ordonnansportørroligvelordnet
fegyelmezettkórházi beteghordozótiszti küldönc
agaîur; stillturhjúkrunarmaîuróbreyttur hermaîur
disciplinovanýordonancvojenský posolzdravotník
düzenliemir erihastane hademesitertipli

orderly

[ˈɔːdəlɪ]
A. ADJ [queue, row, room] → ordenado; [person, mind] → ordenado, metódico; [crowd] → pacífico; [class] → obediente, disciplinado
in an orderly fashion or way or mannerde forma or manera ordenada
B. N (Mil) → ordenanza mf (Med) → celador(a) m/f
C. CPD orderly room N (Mil) → oficina f
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orderly

[ˈɔːrrli]
n
(= hospital worker) → agent m hospitalier
(MILITARY)ordonnance f
adj
[room] → en ordre
[mind] → ordonné(e)
[person] → ordonné(e)
[system] → ordonné(e)
in an orderly manner → en bon ordre
Please leave the building in a calm and orderly manner → Prière d'évacuer le bâtiment dans le calme et en bon ordre.order number nnuméro m de commandeorder of magnitude n (= scale) → ordre m de grandeurOrder of Merit n (British) the Order of Merit → l'ordre m du mérite
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orderly

adj
(= tidy, methodical)ordentlich, geordnet; lifegeordnet, geregelt; person, mindordentlich, methodisch; in an orderly fashion or mannergeordnet
group, demonstrationruhig, friedlich, gesittet
n
(Mil, attached to officer) → Bursche m (dated)
(medical) orderlyPfleger(in) m(f); (Mil) → Sanitäter(in) m(f)

orderly

:
orderly officer
ndiensthabender Offizier, diensthabende Offizierin, Offizier(in) m(f)vom Dienst
orderly room
nSchreibstube f
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orderly

[ˈɔːdəlɪ]
1. adj (person) → ordinato/a; (mind) → metodico/a; (room) → in ordine, ordinato/a; (meeting, crowd) → disciplinato/a
2. n (Mil) → attendente m (Med) → inserviente m
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order

(ˈoːdə) noun
1. a statement (by a person in authority) of what someone must do; a command. He gave me my orders.
2. an instruction to supply something. orders from Germany for special gates.
3. something supplied. Your order is nearly ready.
4. a tidy state. The house is in (good) order.
5. a system or method. I must have order in my life.
6. an arrangement (of people, things etc) in space, time etc. in alphabetical order; in order of importance.
7. a peaceful condition. law and order.
8. a written instruction to pay money. a banker's order.
9. a group, class, rank or position. This is a list of the various orders of plants; the social order.
10. a religious society, especially of monks. the Benedictine order.
verb
1. to tell (someone) to do something (from a position of authority). He ordered me to stand up.
2. to give an instruction to supply. I have ordered some new furniture from the shop; He ordered a steak.
3. to put in order. Should we order these alphabetically?
ˈorderly adjective
well-behaved; quiet. an orderly queue of people.
nounplural ˈorderlies
1. a hospital attendant who does routine jobs.
2. a soldier who carries an officer's orders and messages.
ˈorderliness noun
ˈorder-form noun
a form on which a customer's order is written.
in order
1. correct according to what is regularly done, especially in meetings etc. It is quite in order to end the meeting now.
2. in a good efficient state. Everything is in order for the party.
in order (that)
so that. He checked all his figures again in order that the report might be as accurate as possible.
in order to
for the purpose of. I went home in order to change my clothes.
made to order
made when and how a customer wishes. curtains made to order.
on order
having been ordered but not yet supplied. We don't have any copies of this book at the moment, but it's on order.
order about
to keep on giving orders (to someone). I'm tired of him ordering me about all the time.
out of order
1. not working (properly). The machine is out of order.
2. not correct according to what is regularly done, especially in meetings etc. He was out of order in saying that.
a tall order
a difficult job or task. Asking us to finish this by Friday is a bit of a tall order.
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or·der·ly

n. asistente de enfermero-a.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

orderly

n (pl -lies) (ant) camillero, auxiliar mf de enfermería
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References in classic literature ?
"Do you mean that you want me to go at once, before luncheon?" he asked the orderly.
The orderly shook his head, the two soldiers were barring the gateway.
Rostov in his cadet uniform, with a jerk to his horse, rode up to the porch, swung his leg over the saddle with a supple youthful movement, stood for a moment in the stirrup as if loathe to part from his horse, and at last sprang down and called to his orderly.
In transcribing his notes and fortifying their claim to attention by giving them something of an orderly arrangement, I have conscientiously refrained from embellishing them with such small ornaments of diction as I may have felt myself able to bestow, which would not only have been impertinent, even if pleasing, but would have given me a somewhat closer relation to the work than I should care to have and to avow.--A.
Such men rule orderly in their cities of fair women: great riches and wealth follow them: their sons exult with ever-fresh delight, and their daughters in flower-laden bands play and skip merrily over the soft flowers of the field.
Again, a beautiful object, whether it be a living organism or any whole composed of parts, must not only have an orderly arrangement of parts, but must also be of a certain magnitude; for beauty depends on magnitude and order.
Scarcely had he gone a few hundred yards from the village than he saw a blaze in the direction of the place where, since morning, he had left his carriage in charge of his former orderly, an old soldier.
Meanwhile, Napoleon screened behind his curtain of frontier-fortresses, was preparing for the outbreak which was to drive all these orderly people into fury and blood; and lay so many of them low.
And the philosopher holding converse with the divine order, becomes orderly and divine, as far as the nature of man allows; but like every one else, he will suffer from detraction.
At other times anyone could dance who paid his money and was orderly; the railroad men, the roundhouse mechanics, the delivery boys, the iceman, the farm-hands who lived near enough to ride into town after their day's work was over.
We so rely upon the orderly operation of familiar natural laws that any seeming suspension of them is noted as a menace to our safety, a warning of unthinkable calamity.
Strengthened by a four-finger "nip" which he swallowed without a wink, the Hospital Orderly kept up with the slipping, mud-stained, and very disgusted pony as it shambled to the hospital tent.