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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “sort”

sort

verb [I or T] (ORDER)
秩序
 
 
/sɔːt/ US  /sɔːrt/
to put a number of things in an order or to separate them into groups
把…分類;整理;揀選
Paper, plastic and cans are sorted for recycling.
紙張、塑膠和罐子分開歸類以便回收。
I'm going to sort these old books into those to be kept and those to be thrown away.
我打算把這些舊書分成要留下的和要丟掉的兩類。
You can use the computer to sort the newspaper articles alphabetically, by date, or by subject.
你可以用電腦把這些報刊文章按字母順序、日期或主題進行排列。
She found the ring while sorting (through) some clothes.
她在整理衣服時找到了那枚戒指。
Classifying and creating order
(Definition of sort verb (ORDER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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