- ordination: see order
- ordination (n.)
- early 15c., "the act of conferring holy orders," from Old French ordinacion (12c.) or directly from Latin ordinationem (nominative ordinatio) "a setting in order, ordinance," noun of action from past participle stem of ordinare "arrange" (see ordain).
- 1. To improve hand-eye co-ordination, practise throwing and catching balls.
- 2. the ordination of women priests
- 3. We weren't sure whether there was a hyphen in the word co - ordination.
- 4. For him the Church's decision to allow the ordination of women had been the last straw.
- 5. Co - ordination and mutual help between factories has become the order of the day.
[ ordination 造句 ]