English version

call somebody/something to order

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcall somebody/something to ordercall somebody/something to orderformalTCOBEY to tell people to obey the rules of a formal meeting call
Examples from the Corpus
call somebody/something to orderI now call this meeting to order.Having had the bloody debris removed, he called the cast to order and began work.The new Senate president banged down the gavel and called the chamber to order with a strong firm voice.
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