Out Of Order – American English Idiom Lesson

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The idiom out of order means that a machine is not working. We usually see the phrase out of order hanging on a sign on a broken machine, door, and so on.

  • The coffee machine in my office is out of order.
  • The copier at the library was out of order and the students were upset.
  • My air conditioner was out of order on the hottest day of the year!

Have you seen any out of order machines recently? Why not leave a comment and let us know!

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