What is Executed Order?
Meaning of Executed Order: The buying and selling transaction is complete.
Literal Meanings of Executed Order
Meanings of Executed:
Put it into practice (plan, layout or action plan)
Execution of (legally convicted persons)
Sentences of Executed
The company conducted a series of financial transactions
He was convicted of high treason and hanged
Synonyms of Executed
put into effect, bring about, complete, put into practice, engineer, enact, enforce, carry out a sentence of death on, accomplish, discharge, achieve, carry off, put to death, kill, do, carry out, implement, effect, fulfil, administer, prosecute, bring off, attain, carry through, perform, realize
Meanings of Order:
Give instructions or instructions that you are authorized to do something.
Order (something) to be made, provided or presented.
Arrange (some) accordingly.
Arranging or arranging people or things in relation to each other in a particular order, pattern or method.
Government orders, instructions or directives.
A particular social, political or economic system.
Association of monks, priests, nuns, etc., who live according to certain religious and social principles and disciplines, and at least some of its members have made vows. A society of knights bound by common rules and with military prowess and monastic character. Merit Free Mason or similar fraternal organization.
The quality, nature or meaning of something.
Central classification categories below class and above family.
One of the five classic architectural styles based on column proportions, number of decorations, etc. (Dork, Ionic, Corinthian, Tuscan and Composite).
Equipment or uniforms for a particular use or type.
The degree of complexity of an equation, expression, etc., indicated by a sequence number.
Sentences of Order
He told me to go
My friend booked his ticket last week
All entries are sorted by date
I sorted alphabetically
I will not accept requests for easy moderators
If only the farmers stood up against the order
Synonyms of Order
variety, adjure, command, brand, subclass, type, class system, give the order to, arrange, direction, direct, sequence, commandment, send away for, pecking order, decree, sort, instruction, ranking, request, hierarchy, requisition, mandate, dispose, regulate