order from

order from (someone or something)

To make a purchase (of something) from a person or company, especially through a telephone, postal, or online order. A noun or pronoun can be used between "order" and "from" to specify what is being ordered. This dress arrived all dirty and wrinkled! That's the last time I order clothes from them. Let me know if you're ordering from Stephen—there are a couple things I need from him as well, and it will save on shipping costs.
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order something from someone or something

to agree to purchase something from someone or a group. We ordered some plants from the mail-order company. I will order some of those clever little things from you as soon as I can.
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This follow-on order from our European launch customer.
Now the physician would be able to order from any terminal within the institution and not have to be present on the unit.