in order: tidy, neatly arranged, organized adjective
I will have all the documents in order before your meeting next Tuesday. All the papers will be organized for you before Tuesday.
to put in order: to tidy, to arrange neatly, to organize idiom
(Leave now) in order to (get there on time): (Leave now) so that (you get there on time) idiom
  • "Everything seems to be in order."
  • "Kevin : Okay, okay, okay, let me have a look... Everything seems to be in order... but, but oh, but listen, there seems to be some bad resonance."
  • "I think you'll find all of my paperwork is in order."
  • "Everything seems to be in order... How many bags will you be traveling with?"
  • "She tells me that everything seems to be in order."
  • "Everything appears to be in order."

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