There is no expression under "order" in the online word lists, but "command" has the reasonable 'toki lawa', though with some uncertainty about what goes where as far as places go, Patterning would put the command itself as DO and the recipient with 'tawa', but at least one case has the recipient as DO. For the sense of "place an order" the obvious line is 'wile toki' "a spoken desire", but that conflicts with the use of 'wile' as a modal "want to". On the other hand, it gets the right DO, the thing ordered. The other immediate possibility, 'toki wile', makes the form of the order, rather than the thing ordered the DO in the normal course of things. I suppose the solution is just to use the right DO regardless of the form involved (though this may set bad precedents for other cases of this sort). Another case of this sort is "suggest", which, as 'toki pilin' combines expression with the tentativeness of 'pilin' "believe, think" (contrasting with 'sona' "know"). It also lacks the directive force of "suggest", which would bring 'wile' in again, I suppose. But we want handy expressions in the right direction, not definitions (we aren't Lojban, after all, thank God). (This is actually already on the charts, from 2007).