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To separate or sort (systematically) into groups
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“From pictures of items found in department or grocery stores, the children sort out the items by what department they would be found in.”
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To tidy up or put in order
Sort out your room while you're up there. Tom and Ellie are coming for the weekend, so make sure it's tidy.”
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To resolve a problem or troublesome situation
“Sorry boss, I'm still trying to sort out this mess with the school. I should be there in an hour.”
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(informal) To deal with a troublesome person by reprimanding them
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“Malmesbury School is trying to sort Tom out, but it seems to be making things worse.”
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(informal) To deal with a troublesome person by punishing them
“I will be back with an army of men from Manchester to sort you out.”
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Find the answer to something
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To put right
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To be an identifying characteristic or mark of
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Reconcile a situation
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To take care of
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To make by putting pieces together
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To carry out an action to the end
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To find a solution to a problem
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To investigate in a systematic manner
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To arrange a specific time for (an event, a class, etc)
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To strain, sift or sort using a sieve
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(deal with) To handle or take action on a given issue
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To perform a series of actions on something
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To organize something again, or in a different manner
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To sort or rearrange (a jumbled collection) into the right order
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To conclusively settle (an argument or debate)
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To clearly comprehend something
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To go over in one's head
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(of a decision) To come to or arrive at
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(smooth over) To resolve, or work towards resolving an issue or conflict
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To succeed in acquiring or bringing about
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To formulate in one's mind
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To separate or isolate
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To come to a (satisfactory) resolution
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To wreak vengeance on
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To render comprehensible or understandable
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To obtain or bring about by discussion
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To take, or be in, charge of
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To get revenge
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Noun
The act or process of rearranging
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