(Of goods) requested but not yet received from the supplier or manufacturer.
More example sentences
- The firm currently operates four vessels - three bulk carriers and an oil tanker - and has a fifth on order at Guangzhou Shipyard International.
- And congratulations on the book: I've got a copy on order today.
- Paul Cheevers, District Manager for Iarnrod Eireann in Waterford said that the steel girders were on order and were due to be put in place over the weekend.
Definition of on order in:
- The British & World English dictionary