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Translation of "sort" - English-Korean dictionary

sort

noun   /sɔːt/
A2 a type of something 종류 We both like the same sort of music. What sort of job do you want?
all sorts of
A2 many different types of something 모든 다른 종류의
that sort of thing
B1 used to show that what you have just said is only an example from a larger group of things 그 따위 것 They sell souvenirs, postcards – that sort of thing. He likes sketching, painting – that sort of thing.
sort of
used to describe something approximately 뭐랄까 The sweater is a sort of pale blue colour.
Translations of “sort”
in Arabic نَوْع…
in Malaysian jenis…
in French sorte…
in Turkish tür, çeşit, cins…
in Italian tipo, specie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 類型, 種類,類型…
in Russian тип, вид, сорт…
in Polish rodzaj, gatunek…
in Vietnamese loại, thứ, hạng…
in Spanish clase, tipo, género…
in Portuguese tipo, classe, espécie…
in Thai ชนิด, ประเภท, แบบ…
in German die Art…
in Catalan classe, mena…
in Japanese 種類, タイプ…
in Indonesian jenis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 类型, 种类,类型…
(Definition of sort noun from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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