request vs. order

Arabic translation: طلب - أمر (وأحياناً طلبية)

11:47 Mar 2, 2014
English to Arabic translations [PRO]
Computers: Systems, Networks
English term or phrase: request vs. order
Request confirmed. Order confirmed. Must be two different words. طلب و ؟؟؟
Denis Mashutin
United Arab Emirates
Local time: 22:11
Arabic translation:طلب - أمر (وأحياناً طلبية)
Explanation:
أمر معنوياً
طلبية مادياً

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Note added at 5 mins (2014-03-02 11:52:34 GMT)
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الكلمتان أعلاه تخصان: order

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Note added at 13 mins (2014-03-02 12:01:21 GMT)
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order = أمر
عندما نتحدث من ناحية معنوية

بمعنى طلبية، عندما نتكلم عن طلبية شراء بضائع مثلاًorder وقد تأتي مفردة
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Noura Tawil
Syria
Local time: 21:11
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5 +1طلب - أمر (وأحياناً طلبية)
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طلب - أمر (وأحياناً طلبية)


Explanation:
أمر معنوياً
طلبية مادياً

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Note added at 5 mins (2014-03-02 11:52:34 GMT)
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الكلمتان أعلاه تخصان: order

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Note added at 13 mins (2014-03-02 12:01:21 GMT)
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order = أمر
عندما نتحدث من ناحية معنوية

بمعنى طلبية، عندما نتكلم عن طلبية شراء بضائع مثلاًorder وقد تأتي مفردة

Noura Tawil
Syria
Local time: 21:11
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
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Notes to answerer
Asker: يعني أمر يناسب order ?


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agree  Houda Nashawi: طلب وأمر
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