There are 2 main translations of ordenar in English:

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ordenar

verbo transitivo

also: ordenarse verbo pronominal

  • to be ordained
    se ordenó sacerdote
    he was ordained a priest
Example sentences
  • Su médico deberá ordenar una biopsia de la úlcera para confirmar lo que esta ocurriendo.
  • Se hace ordenar sacerdote precisamente para ello, aunque su decisión conlleve dificultades para la profesión solemne.
  • El Tribunal ordenó una medida privativa de libertad.

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There are 2 main translations of ordenar in English:

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ordeñar
Example sentences
  • Otras las ven como una vaca que pueden ordeñar.
  • Las madres eran ordeñadas manualmente dos veces al día con apoyo del becerro.
  • En la finca se ordeña diario como unos 20 galones de leche.

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