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sort [ sɔ:t] n.种类;类别 vt.整理

sort [sɔ:t] vt. 分类,拣选n. 种类,类别

sort [sɔ:t] 分类

sort out 清理

sort out 清理

sorting/counting zone 分票区/点票区

Besides, the living standard of the average Chinese is still not high enough to be able to afford the many different sorts of expensed during long distance travels.

It takes all sorts to make a world.

This sort of work calls for a lot of patience.

In the end she sort of pushed it.

Despite her faults I sort of like her.

Isn't it sort of foolish to loan money to a cheat?

They went there in a sort of car.

It’s the sort of work that calls for a high level of thought and mental energy.

This sort of scandal in international banking has been politically costly.

What sort of medicine do you take?

I felt sort Of ill. 我感觉有点不适。

What sort of book do you want?

Sort these eggs by size.

Sort of.
Is your dog big? (你的狗大吗?)
Sort of. (说大也大吧!)
Kind of.

What sort of guarantee do you offer on your product?

What sort of guarantees are there against late delivery?

Sort the laundry.

What sort of belt are you looking for?

If there be neither snow nor rain, then will be dear all sorts of grain.

It takes all sorts to make a world.

Three way sort 三档分选

Two-way sort 两档分选

sorting 分类

That sort of defeats are only stepping-stones.
W.Reid. American journalist and diplomat

For in all adversity of fortune the worst sort of misery is to have been happy.
A.M S. Boethius, Ancient Roman statesman

Travel, in the younger sort, is a part of education; in the elder, a part of experience.
Francis Bacon,British Philosopher

Let early education be a sort of a musement; you will then be bette able to find out the natural bent.
Plato, ancient Greek Philosophe 

Satire is a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover ev-erybody's face their own.
Jonathan Swift, British writer 

@@@ 各种
a (great/wide) variety of 种种, 各种
all sorts of 各种各样的
of sorts 不怎样的; 各种各样的

@@@ 错
apologize to (sb.) (for) 向...道歉, 认错
be out of one's mind 精神错乱
by mistake 错误地; 无心地
confuse sb. with sb. 把...误当作...; 混淆
do wrong 做错; 作恶; 犯罪
get away with 做错事而未受处罚
get off on the wrong foot 开始就不顺利; 一开始就犯了个错误
mixed up 弄混淆; 搞错了
out of sorts 心情糟, 觉得不对劲儿
pass up 放弃, 错过

@@@ 感觉
cry over spilled milk 对已经发生的事情哭喊抱怨;
fed up with 对...感到厌烦; 腻了
feel at home 觉得舒适/无拘束
feel like sth. 摸起来如同...; 有...的感觉
get involved 参与, 卷入; 感兴趣
How are you finding...? 你觉得...怎么样?
I've got a feeling ... 我觉得...
out of sorts 心情糟, 觉得不对劲儿
put sb. out 使(某人)感到不便; 得罪(某人)
sensitive to 对...敏感; 对...反应灵敏
smell out 嗅出, 凭嗅觉发现...
wonder about 对...感到好奇

@@@ 一点儿
a bite to eat (随便吃的)一点儿东西, 一口
a grain of truth 一点儿可信的东西; 一丝真理
by inches 一点一点地
far from 一点儿也不; 根本不是
fix a snack 吃点零食, 随便吃点东西
I'll say. 一点也没错.
in no way 决不, 一点也不
not at all 一点儿也不; 没关系, 别客气
sort of sth. 有点儿, 有几分
You can say that again! & You said it! 一点没错, 说得对极了!

Would you tell us your best prices C.I.F. Humburg for the chairs.
Will you please tell the quantity you require so as to enable us to sort out the offers?

An All Risks policy covers every sort of hazard, doesn't it?

sort; way; kind

百感交集 [bǎi gǎn jiāo jí] /all sorts of feelings well up in one's heart/

般 [bān] /sort/kind/class/way/manner/

不快 [bù kuài] /be unhappy/be displeased/be in low spirits/be indisposed/feel under the weather/be out of sorts/

不适 [bù shì] /unwell/indisposed/out of sorts/

不爽 [bù shuǎng] /not well/out of sorts/in a bad mood/without discrepancy/accurate/

各式各样 [gè shì gè yàng] /(of) all kinds and sorts/various/

各种各样 [gè zhǒng gè yàng] /various sorts and varieties/

觉醒 [jué xǐng] /(v) realize; dawn upon; become aware of some sort of cheating/

捃 [jùn] /gather/to sort/

那样 [nà yàng] /that kind/that sort/

那样的 [nà yàng de ] /that kind of/that sort of/

揲 [shé] /sort out divining stalks/

什么样 [shén me yàng] /what kind?/what sort?/

五花八门 [wǔ huā bā mén] /myriad/all kinds of/all sorts of/

形形色色 [xíng xíng sè sè] /all kinds of/all sorts of/every (different) kind of/

这样 [zhè yàng] /this (kind of, sort of)/this way/such/like this/such/

这种 [zhè zhǒng] /this kind of/this sort of/this type of/

整理 [zhěng lǐ] /arrange/sort out/list systematically/

种类 [zhǒng lèi] /kind/genus/type/category/variety/species/sort/class/

His colleague, Michael Beer, says that far too many companies have applied re-engineering in a mechanistic fashion, chopping out costs without giving sufficient thought to long-term profitability.
BBDO's Al Rosenshine is blunter. He dismisses a lot of the work of re-engineering consultants as mere rubbish — "the worst sort of ambulance-chasing".

Many people mistakenly believe the term drug refers only to some sort of medicine or an illegal chemical taken by drug addicts.
They don't realize that familiar substances such as alcohol and tobacco are also drugs.
This is why the more neutral term substance is now used by many physicians and psychologists.
The phrase "substance abuse" is often used instead of "drug abuse" to make clear that substances such as alcohol and tobacco can be just as harmfully misused as heroin and cocaine.

Kitcher is philosopher, and this may account, in part, for the clarity and effectiveness of his arguments.
The non-specialist will be able to obtain at least a notion of the sorts of data and argument that support evolutionary theory.
The final chapter on the creationists will be extremely clear to all.
On the dust jacket of this fine book, Stephen Jay Gould says: "This book stands for reason itself."
And so it does — and all would be well were reason the only judge in the creationism/evolution debate.

{adj: accessorial} nonessential but helpful
"accessorial services included sorting and packing"

{adj: anacoluthic} of or related to syntactic inconsistencies of the sort known as anacoluthons

{adj: base, mean, meanspirited} having or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality
"that liberal obedience without which your army would be a base rabble"- Edmund Burke
"taking a mean advantage"
"chok'd with ambition of the meaner sort"- Shakespeare
"something essentially vulgar and meanspirited in politics"

{adj: grouped, sorted} arranged into groups

{adj: ill-sorted, incompatible, mismated, unsuited} not easy to combine harmoniously

{adj: intellectual} appealing to or using the intellect
"satire is an intellectual weapon"
"intellectual workers engaged in creative literary or artistic or scientific labor"
"has tremendous intellectual sympathy for oppressed people"
"coldly intellectual"
"sort of the intellectual type"
"intellectual literature"
<-> nonintellectual

{adj: novel, refreshing} pleasantly new or different
"common sense of a most refreshing sort"

{adj: rooted} having roots of a specified sort

{adj: sorted} arranged according to size

{adj: uncategorized, uncategorised, unsorted} not categorized or sorted

{adj: unofficial} not having official authority or sanction
"a sort of unofficial mayor"
"an unofficial estimate"
"he participated in an unofficial capacity"
<-> official

{adv: loquaciously, garrulously, talkatively, talkily} in a chatty loquacious manner
"`When I was young,' she continued loquaciously, `I used to do all sorts of naughty things'"

{adv: rather, kind of, kinda, sort of} to some (great or small) extent
"it was rather cold"
"the party was rather nice"
"the knife is rather dull"
"I rather regret that I cannot attend"
"He's rather good at playing the cello"
"he is kind of shy"

{n: ZIP code, ZIP, postcode, postal code} a code of letters and digits added to a postal address to aid in the sorting of mail

{n: assortment, mixture, mixed bag, miscellany, miscellanea, variety, salmagundi, smorgasbord, potpourri, motley} a collection containing a variety of sorts of things
"a great assortment of cars was on display"
"he had a variety of disorders"
"a veritable smorgasbord of religions"

{n: classification, categorization, categorisation, sorting} the basic cognitive process of arranging into classes or categories

{n: description} sort or variety
"every description of book was there"

{n: exquisiteness} extreme beauty of a delicate sort

{n: handiness} skillfulness with the hands
"he can do any sort of work requiring handiness and dexterity"

{n: kind, sort, form, variety} a category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality
"sculpture is a form of art"
"what kinds of desserts are there?"

{n: lucky dip} a selection or decision purely at random
"their system of hiring people seemed to be a sort of lucky dip"

{n: madness, rabidity, rabidness} unrestrained excitement or enthusiasm
"poetry is a sort of divine madness"

{n: mail car} a railway car in which mail is transported and sorted

{n: mailsorter} a sorter for sorting mail according to the address

{n: mother cell} cell from which another cell of an organism (usually of a different sort) develops
"a sperm cell develops from a sperm mother cell"

{n: presenter} someone who presents a message of some sort (as a petition or an address or a check or a memorial etc.)

{n: ragsorter} a worker who sorts rags and old clothing for new uses (as in papermaking)

{n: requirements contract} a contract in which you agree to purchase all your requirements of a particular sort from one party

{n: sarcasm, irony, satire, caustic remark} witty language used to convey insults or scorn
"he used sarcasm to upset his opponent"
"irony is wasted on the stupid"
"Satire is a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover everybody's face but their own"--Jonathan Swift

{n: separation} sorting one thing from others
"the separation of wheat from chaff"
"the separation of mail by postal zones"

{n: sequencer} computer hardware that sorts data or programs into a predetermined sequence

{n: sort program, sorting program} a utility program that sorts data items

{n: sort, sorting} an operation that segregates items into groups according to a specified criterion
"the bottleneck in mail delivery it the process of sorting"

{n: sorter} a clerk who sorts things (as letters at the post office)

{n: sorter} a machine for sorting things (such as punched cards or letters) into classes

{n: sorting algorithm} an algorithm for sorting a list

{n: sorting} grouping by class or kind or size

{n: sort} a person of a particular character or nature
"what sort of person is he?"
"he's a good sort"

{n: sort} an approximate definition or example
"she wore a sort of magenta dress"
"she served a creamy sort of dessert thing"

{n: subvention} the act or process of providing aid or help of any sort

{n: triage} sorting and allocating aid on the basis of need for or likely benefit from medical treatment or food

{n: wool stapler, woolsorter} a person who sorts wool into different grades

{v: classify, class, sort, assort, sort out, separate} arrange or order by classes or categories
"How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"

{v: clear, clear up, shed light on, crystallize, crystallise, crystalize, crystalise, straighten out, sort out, enlighten, illuminate, elucidate} make free from confusion or ambiguity ; make clear
"Could you clarify these remarks?"
"Clear up the question of who is at fault"

{v: discipline, correct, sort out} punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience
"The teacher disciplined the pupils rather frequently"

{v: rag} break into lumps before sorting
"rag ore"

{v: screen, screen out, sieve, sort} examine in order to test suitability
"screen these samples"
"screen the job applicants"

{v: sieve, sift} check and sort carefully
"sift the information"

{v: size} sort according to size

It had a sort of life-cycle.

That sort of acceleration, combined with the boat's exceptional handling capabilities, guarantees you a wild ride from the first 0.1 second to the last.

It wasn't really the sort of occasion when one takes notes.

It doesn't take long to descend 7m, but it takes longer to get sorted out at the bottom.
从 7米高处跌下只是瞬间的事,但是从瀑布底下挣脱出来却花了一些功夫。

Genius may not be necessary, though even genius of the highest sort does not disdain the use of these ordinary qualities.

The very greatest men have been among the least believers in the power of genius, and as worldly wise and persevering as successful men of the commoner sort.

For Jeremy Spake, used to dealing with all the breakdowns that, can occur at airports, there's no problem which can not be sorted out.

Now zoom forward to our present time and think of our pre-Internet communications systems as sorts of protozoa.

" People just sort of notice the onset of vague back pain.

" It's the sort of thing that can make the heart 10 years younger, " says Bird.
伯德说: "步行可以使人的心脏年轻 10年。 "
To find out, Bird divided his normally inactive subjects into three roughly equal groups.
The " long walkers " took a hike of between 20 and 40 minutes every day.
"长距离步行者 "每天步行 20到 40分钟。
" Intermediate walkers " had two bouts of 10 to 15 minutes,
"中距离步行者 "每天步行两次,每次 10到 15分钟;
and " short walkers " did three stints of 5 to 10 minutes.
"短距离步行者 "每天步行三次,每次 5到 10分钟。

On the one hand, he is exactly the sort of saint Pope John Paul approves of: a person imbued with charisma who has achieved enough remarkable feats to keep the faithful talking for a very long time.
On the other hand, it is far from clear that he was a genuine worker of modern-day wonders.
It is just as likely that he was a charlatan peddling hocus-pocus.

I could not sort out who belonged to whom, but it didn't matter.

A hallmark of embassy banking, in addition to having the right sort of connections, is discretion, says a spokesman for Riggs Bank, which has more branches than any other bank in the US capital.

Terman believed IQ tests should be used to conduct a great sorting out of the population, so that young people would be assigned on the basis of their scores to particular levels in the school system, which would lead to corresponding socioeconomic destinations in adult life.

The beginning of the IQ-testing movement overlapped with the eugenics movement--hugely popular in America and Europe among the " better sort " before Hitler gave it a had name--which held that intelligence was mostly inherited and that people deficient in it should be discouraged from reproducing.
智商测试运动的发起与优生运动-在美国和欧洲的 "优良人种 "中尤为风靡,后来希特勒给它强加了一种恶名-重叠在了一起,这一重叠使人们认为智商主要是遗传的,应阻止智力有缺陷的人生育。

It was probably most intense in Britain, whose public schools at midcentury had adopted a particularly severe system of sorting by test at age 11.
在英国,这场运动或许是最激烈的,因为 20世纪中期的英国公立学校就采用了一种对 11岁的孩子尤为严格的测试筛选制度。

Rodin had this sort of ambition.

To him, Diana was not a goddess but " the sort of woman you could take down the pub " and a loving mother to her sons.
对他来说,戴安娜不是女神,而是 "那种你可以带去酒吧的女人 "和一个慈爱的母亲。

With the click of the mouse or the press of a key, Sherlock will feed you information from the millions of Internet pages that has been sorted into ten, or 20, most relevant sites, and delivered to your own screen.
只要点击鼠标或按一个键, Sherlock 就会从数百万个网页(已归整为 10或 20个最密切相关的网址)中为你查找出信息,并呈现在你面前的屏幕上。

The man with a medical degree from Harvard, a magnificent trademark beard and the sort of eyes that twinkle into crescent slivers when he smiles, ( which is often) does not hesitate to suggest that you bead for the nearest hospital if you have been in an accident, need a hip replacement or have a severe infection.

The Jedi Knight, Qui-Gon( Liam Neeson cast as a Samurai) and his apprentice, Obi-Wan( new wave star Ewan McGregor with a vocal hint of Alec Guinness), are sent in to sort out the mess.
杰迪武士奎刚(莱昂·尼森扮演的一个武士)和他的徒弟奥比温(新浪潮运动影里伊万·麦克戈里格饰演,他的声音让人想起艾力克·吉尼斯)被派往 "奈布 "星球解决这个麻烦。

Despite the fact that Hitler glared at us from the stands not a hundred yards away, Luz shook my hand -- and it wasn't a fake " smile with a broken heart " sort of grip, either.
尽管希特勒就在不足一百码以外的看台上瞪着我们,卢茨紧紧握着我的手而且还不是 "内心沮丧、强额为笑 "的那种虚情假意的握手。

When we stopped in Nashville the first night, I mentioned my feelings to Mac, who is the practical sort.

Would you rather be asked or told to do something?
The answer is obvious.
Ordering people around creates a " me boss, you slave " sort of feeling.
给身边的人下命令会造成 "我是老板,你是奴隶 "那样的感觉。

Sequencing the human genome will represent a closure of sorts for the revolution wrought by those two geniuses.

" I don't possess the information and research I need on( human) tissue rejection to be optimistic about a successful operation.
" But there were also a lot of rejection problems when they first started transplanting hearts, so I am sure it can be sorted our. "
"但最初开始移植心脏时他有很多排异问题。因此,我敢肯定问题是能够得到解决的。 "

That attitude has made Matt Britt, a programmer who suffers both back and wrist pain, grateful to his bosses: ?? " My sister, who has the same sorts of problems, is a professor at a university - and they didn't do a thing to accommodate her. "
因此,患有背疼和手腕疼的程序员马特 ( FW) 布里特对公司老板非常感激。他说:我的姐姐也患有这种病,她是一所大学的教授。但学校方面并没有给她提供任何保护措施。

Perched on a hill with a commanding view of Singapore, Kent Ridge Digital Labs is the sort of place where people lower their voices on entering.
KentRidge 数字实验室(简称 KRDL )位于一座小山山顶,从这里可以俯瞰整个新加坡。每个进入这个实验室的人都会不由自主地放低声音。

But it's the sort of project that could keep scientists busy for another 100 years.
然而,这种工作足以让科学家们再忙上 100年。

The genome is a sort of autobiographical record, written in enetish, of all the vicissitudes and inventions that have characterized the history of our species and its ancestors since the dawn of life.

By this reasoning, freedom equals the parts of our nature not determined by our genes, a sort of flower that blooms after our genes have done their tyrannical worst.

" You 're sort of between a bicyclist and a pedestrian, and can go where both go, " explains 40-year-old George Von Kreisler, a post-production manager who scoots between film studios in Cologne using his Micro all over town. 40岁的电影后期制作经理乔治·冯·克莱斯勒说:有了它,你既像在骑自行车,又像在步行,可以说是两者兼备。他经常滑滑他的 Micro 踏板车在科隆的制片之间穿梭。

The lowly T-shirt enjoys a high-fashion moment Barney's New York, the upscale department store, is not the sort of place you shop for basics.

He figures his players are adults and can sort things out themselves.

The shoes and I just sort of stare at each from our separate sides of the computer screen.

Perhaps, evolutionarily, this has given humans a sort of stereo smelling that could have boosted the odds of finding food or sniffing out enemies.

Even though the US has barely begun to get serious about recycling, about 25% of its 195 billion kg of municipal garbage are now salvaged for some sort of second life.
尽管美国几乎不把资源的重复利用当回事,它所产生的 1.95亿吨城市垃圾已有大约 25%被回收再利用。

Always wear the sort of socks you'll be wearing during the sport, and check that you have a thumb's width of space between the tip of your toes and the front of the sneaker.

But so far only three gene defects that actually cause obesity have been isolated-two of which involve leptin, a hormone that acts as a sort of fat brake in the brain-and those mutations have been discovered among only a handful of people.
但是到目前为止,科学家们只确认了三种导致肥胖的基因缺陷,其中两种与 Leptin 有关( Leptin 是一种激素,可作用于大脑防止脂肪的形成)而且只在少数几个人身上发现了这些基因突变。

Tom Witzky( Kevin Bacon) hardly seems the prescient sort.

And genetic engineering is just the sort of fundamental breakthrough that opens up prospects of wholly novel alternatives.

Nevertheless, researchers of the pleistocene epoch have developed all sorts of more or less fanciful model sche- mes of how they would have arranged the Ice Age had they been in charge of events.

"I admit I was pretty scared," said another woman, "but I mean, it's working fine and I just sort of closed my eyes and tried not to think about it. I mean it's almost like a matter of necessity but I'll try to take overland as much as possible, but I guess people are quite resilient."

But as Tian Tang, a young Chinese American who's a graduate student at Arizona State University, points out on his Internet website, Hanzismatter.com, an awful lot of these characters are just plain wrong. Some are not even Chinese at all, but pretty little ink strokes that sort of look Chinese.

This homeowner explains why he decorates. "Most people are awed by it." 'I have never seen anything like this.' And that makes us feel good.' It sort of makes it worth the effort it takes to put it up," he says.

After crossing the Florida peninsula and coastal portions of the Gulf of Mexico, Tropical Storm Frances struck the Florida panhandle. Frances, an extremely slow-moving storm caused heavy flooding and at least two deaths in Florida. The storm also caused several deaths in the Bahamas. Initial damage estimates indicate that Frances did not cause the sort of damage that Hurricane Charley inflicted last month in parts of southwest Florida.

Frances was the second major hurricane to strike Florida in less than a month, but it did not cause the sort of catastrophic damage that Hurricane Charley inflicted on parts of southwest Florida in August.

The point of the conference is to select a national council, which will advise and oversee the Iraqi interim government, serving as a watchdog of sorts. About 1000 delegates from all over the country were expected to take part in the conference and pick the 100-member national council.

Used/new rags, worn out scrap twine, cordage, rope, etc, sorted

Used/new rags, worn out scrap twine, cordage, rope, etc, not sorted

Rationed sorting scales

Mach for cleaning, sorting or grading eggs, fruit or oth produce

Machines for cleaning, sorting or grading seed, grain or dried leguminous vegetables; machine

Mach for clean/sort or grad seed,grain/dried leguminous nes

Pts of cln/sort mach etc for sd/grn, mill/wrk of crls exc f-type

Machinery for sorting, scree ning, separating, washing, crushing, grinding, mixing or kneadin

Sorting/screening/separating/washing mach for ore/oth minerals

Machines for sorting mailed packages or printed matters

Agricultural machinery for cleaning and sorting and grading

Sorting machines for seed or grain or dried leguminous vegetables

Sorting machinery

Paper sorting machines

Sorting machines

Counting or sorting trays or bowls for early math

Sorting manipulatives or sorting activity sets for early math

cell sorting 细胞分选

chromosome flow sorting 染色体流式分选(法)

Partial sorting 偏排序

Radix sort 基数排序

sorting data 整理资料

sorting table 整理表


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