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boycott to refuse to buy, use, or go to, in order to make a protest or bring about a change. [1/2 definitions]
brood to sit on eggs in order to hatch them. [1/4 definitions]
burglar someone who breaks into a building in order to steal something.
business a company or other group that buys and sells goods or services in order to make money. [2/5 definitions]
calendar a list of important events arranged in the order in which they happen; schedule. [1/2 definitions]
campaign a series of planned actions carried out in order to reach a particular goal. [1/2 definitions]
candy to cook in sugar syrup in order to cover with sugar crystals or a glaze. [1/2 definitions]
celebration anything that is planned or done in order to honor something. [1/2 definitions]
cheat a person who acts in a dishonest way in order to gain something. [2/3 definitions]
check a test or search to make sure that something is correct or in order. [4/11 definitions]
chronological according to the order in which things happen.
chute1 a passage down which things may slide in order to be moved from one area to another.
clad2 to join a metal to another metal in order to make it stronger or protect it.
classify to group or order in classes.
click in computing, to press and let go of the button on a mouse in order to carry out an action on the screen, such as moving the cursor or opening a program (often followed by "on"). [1/7 definitions]
close in on to come near to or surround in order to capture.
come to be in a certain place, position, or order among others. [1/4 definitions]
command to order or instruct. [2/7 definitions]
commandment an order or law. [1/2 definitions]
commission an order giving permission to perform a certain task. [2/7 definitions]
composition the way the parts of something are put together; order or structure. [1/5 definitions]