Requesting goods and services, keeping records of purchases and sales, and knowing whether you're in the black or in the red - that's the stuff of this week's WordMasters. Please join us for it all!
(PLACE AN) ORDER 注文（する）
- To order (verb) - or to place an order for - products is to ask a business to make or supply them.
An order (noun) is the products requested.
- 動詞の order または place an order は、製品を製造したり、供給したりするよう企業に依頼する、つまり、注文する、という意味です。
名詞の order は、依頼された製品、つまり、注文のことです。
- a: The whiteboards you ordered arrived this morning.
b: White boards? I didn't order any white boards.
- (on the phone with a customer)
That price is only good until midnight tonight. Would you like to place an order now?
- I'll send you an order form by e-mail. Fill it out and send it to the address at the bottom of the form.
- We've just received an order for 2000 units. Check our inventory to see if we have enough stock to fill the order.
- (on the phone with the sales department)
I'm sorry, but I'd like to cancel my order for an e-book reader.
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