The Spanish word for order is "Ordenar" however this is not always the correct word to use since Ordenar also means "to ordain".
When one orders something at a restaurant in Spanish, one is asking for something rather than ordering it so the Spanish word Pedir (to ask for, or to request) is a better choice.
There is also the matter of the correct conjugation. Who is ordering whom to do what?
Below are a few of the most common uses:
I [he/she/it] was ordered [to sit] - Fuí [fué] ordenado(ordenada - female)
They were ordered - Fueron ordenados
I ordered him/her/it/them [to sit] - Le ordené
He/She/It ordered him/her/it/them [to sit] Le/Les ordenó
They ordered him/her/it/them [to sit] Le/Les ordenaron
I ordered [something - like a drink at a restaurant] - Pedí (I asked for)
He/she/it ordered [something] Pidió
They ordered [something] Pidieron
how do you spell lemon in spanish
parece that is how you spell seems in spanish
flaco is how you spell skinny is spanish.
Heck with Spanish - can you spell it in English?
"con" I think "con" is how you spell with in spanish.
"Thursday" in Spanish is "jueves". It is not capitalized.
If you are asking how the word "spanish" is spelled, it would be Spanish. "How do you spell" in spanish is "¿Cómo se deletrea...?"
The way you spell sniper in spanish is SUSTANTIVO
swifter... you spell it the SAME... English and Spanish :)
Do you mean how do you spell the Spanish word for quit.
The noun 'cantante' is how you spell singer in Spanish.