open order

noun
a military formation leaving enough space between ranks to allow an inspecting officer to pass
Hypernyms: ↑military formation

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noun
1. : a military formation in which the units are separated by considerable intervals : extended order
2. : an order to buy securities or commodity futures that remains effective until filled or canceled — compare day order
3. : an order for merchandise expressed in very general terms so that the seller has considerable latitude in selecting the articles actually provided

sent an open order for 60 better-class suits

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Mil.
a troop formation for drill or basic combat training, the intervals between the individuals being greater than those in close order. Also called extended order.
[1615-25]

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open order noun
Spaced-out formation for drill, etc
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Main Entry:open

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open order,
an arrangement of military or naval units at a relatively great distance from each other to offer a difficult target.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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