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Translation of "sort" - English-Spanish dictionary

sort

noun /soːt/
a class, type or kind clase, tipo, género I like all sorts of books She was wearing a sort of crown. sorter noun a person or machine that separates and arranges, especially letters, postcards etc separador He works as a parcel sorter for teh post office. of a sort / of sorts of a (usually poor) kind una especie de She threw together a meal of sorts, but we were still hungry afterwards. out of sorts adjective slightly unwell pachucho I felt a bit out of sorts after last night’s heavy meal. not in good spirits or temper de mal humor He’s been a little out of sorts since they told him to stay at home. sort of rather; in a way; to a certain extent en cierto modo He was sort of peculiar! I feel sort of worried about him. sort out phrasal verb to separate (one lot or type of) things from a general mixture separar I’ll try to sort out some books that he might like. to correct, improve, solve etc arreglar, solucionar You must sort out your business affairs. to attend to, usually by punishing or reprimanding meter en vereda, meter en cintura I’ll soon sort you out, you evil little man!
Translations of “sort”
in Arabic نَوْع…
in Korean 종류…
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 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 from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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