Definition of 'sort out'
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He found the unfortunate Frampton in the lobby trying to sort out disputed items on his bill. A SONG AT TWILIGHTI've been asked a couple of times to sort out problems he's had. SNOWJOBHe could probably sort out most of the Lesser Dead with Charter Magic alone. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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Translations for 'sort out'
British English: sort out /sɔːt aʊt/ VERB
If you sort out a group of things, you organize or tidy them.
We try to sort out the truth from the lies.
- American English: sort out
- Arabic: يُفَرِّزُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: separar
- Chinese: 理清
- Croatian: odijeliti
- Czech: vytřídit
- Danish: ordne
- Dutch: ontwarren
- European Spanish: ordenar organizar
- Finnish: erotella
- French: ranger
- German: klären
- Greek: διαχωρίζω
- Italian: classificare
- Japanese: 解決する
- Korean: 해결하다
- Norwegian: sortere
- Polish: posortować
- European Portuguese: separar
- Romanian: a sorta
- Russian: разбирать
- Spanish: ordenar clasificar
- Swedish: klara upp
- Thai: จัดเรียง
- Turkish: halletmek
- Ukrainian: відбирати
- Vietnamese: giải quyết
Definition of sort out from the Collins English Dictionary
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