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sort

noun
 
 
/sɔːt/
A2 [C] a type of something
tür, çeşit, cins, nevi
We both like the same sort of music. What sort of shoes does she wear? I'm going to have a salad of some sort.Categories and varietiesSpecies and genders
all sorts of sth A2 many different types of something
tüm çeşitleri, her neviden şeyler; farklı türde bir çok şey
Categories and varietiesSpecies and genders
sort of informal B2 used to describe a situation approximately
sanki, adeta, bir tür, bir cins, bir nevi
It's a sort of pale orange colour.Some and quiteApproximate
(and) that sort of thing informal B1 used to show that what you have just said is only an example from a larger group of things
gibi bir şey, bir tür, öyle bir şey
They sell souvenirs, postcards, that sort of thing.Samples and examples
of sorts informal used to describe something which is not a typical example
sıradan, öylesine, sözüm ona
He managed to make a curtain of sorts out of an old sheet.Typifying, illustrating and exemplifyingMeaning and significance
Translations of “sort”
in Arabic نَوْع…
in Korean 종류…
in Malaysian jenis…
in French sorte…
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 Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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