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  1. sort

    • IPA[sôrt]

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    • n.
      a category of things or people having some common feature; a type;a person of a specified nature
    • v.
      arrange systematically in groups; separate according to type, class, etc.;look at (a group of things) one after another in order to classify them or make a selection
    • verb: sort, 3rd person present: sorts, gerund or present participle: sorting, past tense: sorted, past participle: sorted

    • noun: sort, plural noun: sorts

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    • adj.
      organized; arranged; fixed up: “And your social commitments?” “They're well sorted.”

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    • adj.
      organized, arranged, or dealt with satisfactorily: ‘And your social commitments?’ ‘They're well sorted he's working on that old car he's been trying to get sorted

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      arrange things systematically in groups or according to type

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    • ph.
      arrange things systematically in groups or according to type

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    • v.
      sort (something) again or differently: children find pleasure in sorting and re-sorting boxes of buttons

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    • ph.
      the kind of person likely to do or be involved with the thing specified

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    • ph.
      to some extent; in some way or other (used to convey inexactness or vagueness)

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    • ph.
      to some extent; in some way or other

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    • IPA[sɔːt]

    英式

    • n.
      a category of things or people with a common feature; a type: if only we knew the sort of people she was mixing with a radical change poses all sorts of questions
    • v.
      arrange systematically in groups; separate according to type: the mail was sorted

    Oxford Dictionary