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美 [sɔrt]
英 [sɔː(r)t]
  • n.排序;分类;种类;类别
  • v.整理;把…分类;妥善处理;安排妥当
  • 网络方法;数组元素的排序;把……分类
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n.
1.
[c]
种类;类别;品种a group or type of people or things that are similar in a particular way
‘ What sort of music do you like?’ ‘Oh, all sorts .’
“你喜欢哪一类音乐?”“噢,哪一类都喜欢。”
This sort of problem is quite common./ These sorts of problems are quite common.
这类问题相当普遍。╱这几类问题相当普遍。
He's the sort of person who only cares about money.
他这种人一心只想着钱。
For dessert there's a fruit pie of some sort(= you are not sure what kind) .
甜点是一种水果派。
Most people went on training courses of one sort or another(= of various types) last year.
多数人去年都上过这样那样的培训班。
There were snacks─peanuts, olives, that sort of thing .
有各种小吃,花生米、橄榄什么的。
There are all sorts of activities(= many different ones) for kids at the campsite.
在营地有为孩子们组织的各种各样的活动。
What sort of price did you want to pay?(= approximately how much)
你想出什么样的价?
What sort of time do you call this?(= I'm very angry that you have come so late.)
你看看这都什么时候了?
2.
[c][ususing]
(informal)
某一种(或某一类)人a particular type of person
My brother would never cheat on his wife; he's not that sort.
我哥哥永远不会背着妻子在外面拈花惹草,他不是那种人。
3.
[sing]
分类;排序the process of putting data in a particular order
to do a sort
进行分类
IDM
it takes all sorts (to make a world)
(认为某人行为怪诞或不寻常时说)世界之大无奇不有,林子大了什么鸟都有used to say that you think sb's behaviour is very strange or unusual but that everyone is different and likes different things
He offered us an apology of sorts.
他给我们勉强道了个歉。
of sorts
(informal)
(表示某事物不够好)勉强算的,凑合的used when you are saying that sth is not a good example of a particular type of thing
He offered us an apology of sorts.
他给我们勉强道了个歉。
She was tired and out of sorts by the time she arrived home.
她回到家里,又累又烦。
out of sorts
身体不适;心情烦恼ill/sick or upset
She was tired and out of sorts by the time she arrived home.
她回到家里,又累又烦。
She sort of pretends that she doesn't really care.
她摆出一副并不真正在乎的样子。
‘Do you understand?’ ‘Sort of.’
“你懂了吗?”“有点懂了。”
We're sort of doing it the wrong way.
我们的方法好像有点不对头。
sort of
有几分;有那么一点to some extent but in a way that you cannot easily describe
She sort of pretends that she doesn't really care.
她摆出一副并不真正在乎的样子。
‘Do you understand?’ ‘Sort of.’
“你懂了吗?”“有点懂了。”
(informal)
(想不出恰当的词或不知下面该怎么说时用)可以说,可说是used when you cannot think of a good word to use to describe sth, or what to say next
We're sort of doing it the wrong way.
我们的方法好像有点不对头。
I had a sort of feeling that he wouldn't come.
我隐约觉得他不会来。
They're a sort of greenish-blue colour.
它们的颜色近乎带淡绿的蓝色。
a sort of sth
(informal)
(表示不十分准确)近似于某物,有点像是某物used for describing sth in a not very exact way
I had a sort of feeling that he wouldn't come.
我隐约觉得他不会来。
They're a sort of greenish-blue colour.
它们的颜色近乎带淡绿的蓝色。
v.
1.
整理;把…分类to arrange things in groups or in a particular order according to their type, etc.; to separate things of one type from others
sorting the mail
分理信件
The computer sorts the words into alphabetical order.
计算机按字母顺序排列这些单词。
Rubbish can easily be separated and sorted into plastics, glass and paper.
垃圾很容易分开,可归入塑料、玻璃和纸三类。
Women and children sorted the ore from the rock.
妇女和孩子把矿石从岩石中分拣出来。
2.
[oftpass]
(informal)
~ sth
妥善处理;安排妥当to deal with a problem successfully or organize sth/sb properly
I'm really busy─can you sort it?
我真的很忙,你能处理一下吗?

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