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  • 141Sort (Unix) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir sort. sort est une commande POSIX qui permet de trier les lignes de fichiers texte. Par défaut, sort affiche l ensemble des lignes des fichiers qu on lui passe en paramètre triées par ordre croissant de la table… …

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  • 142Sort (Lerida) — Sort (Lérida) Demande de traduction Sort → …

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  • 143SORT (desambiguación) — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El acrónimo SORT aparece: En política: Tratado de Reducciones de Ofensivas Estratégicas En empresas: Soluciones de Organización en Tecnologías de la Información (SORT) El topónimo Sort aparece: En geografía: Sort… …

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  • 144sort through — ˈsort through [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they sort through he/she/it sorts through present participle sorting through past tense sorted through …

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  • 145sort code — UK US noun [countable] [singular sort code plural sort codes] a number that is used, for example on cheques, for recognizing the particular office of a bank where someone keeps their account Thesaurus: general words relating to banking …

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  • 146sort of like — sort of idiom (informal) 1. to some extent but in a way that you cannot easily describe • She sort of pretends that she doesn t really care. • ‘Do you understand?’ ‘Sort of.’ …

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  • 147Sort-en-Chalosse — Sòrt País …

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  • 148sort code — ➔ code * * * sort code UK US noun [C] UK (US routing number) BANKING, MONEY ► an official number used to refer to a particular branch of a bank: »Write down your bank account number and sort code …

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  • 149sort something out from something — ˌsort sthˈout (from sth) derived to separate sth from a larger group • Could you sort out the toys that can be thrown away? • It was difficult to sort out the lies from the truth. related noun ↑sort out …

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  • 150Sort, Lleida — Sort is the capital of the comarca of Pallars Sobirà, in the province of Lleida, Catalonia, in the country of Spain. It is located at 692 metres above the sea, by the river Noguera Pallaresa, a tributary to the Segre. Population 2,113 (2005).It… …

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  • 151Sort enke — er en af verdens giftigste edderkopper. Den lever primært i Nord og Centralamerika samt visse dele af Asien, men er nu kommet til Østeuropa grundet den varme sommer. De er begyndt at slå sig ned i turistområderne ved Sortehavet, så hvis du… …

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  • 152sort something out — sort (something) out to deal successfully with a problem or a situation. We know that our boys have gotten into trouble with the law, but our family is working on sorting it out. Detectives are still sorting out who was involved in the crime.… …

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  • 153sort out — sort (something) out to deal successfully with a problem or a situation. We know that our boys have gotten into trouble with the law, but our family is working on sorting it out. Detectives are still sorting out who was involved in the crime.… …

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  • 154sort yourself out — ˌsort sth/sb/yourself ˈout derived (especially BrE) to deal with sb s/your own problems successfully • If you can wait a moment, I ll sort it all out for you. • You load up the car and I ll sort the kids out. Main entry: ↑sortder …

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  • 155sort-out — n [singular] BrE informal an occasion when you tidy a room, desk etc and get rid of the things you do not need ▪ These cupboards need a good sort out …

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  • 156sort-hvid — adj., e; sort hvid film …

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  • 157sort-out — UK US noun [singular] british informal the process of getting rid of things that you do not need and arranging things that you do need tidily It’s time we had a good sort out. Thesaurus: instance or an action of cleaning or tidyingsynonym …

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  • 158sort itself out — ˌsort itself ˈout derived (of a problem) to stop being a problem without anyone having to take action • It will all sort itself out in the end. Main entry: ↑sortderived …

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  • 159Sort-en-Chalosse — is a village and commune in the Landes département of south western France.ee also*Communes of the Landes department …

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  • 160sort out — index cull, diagnose, differentiate, discriminate (distinguish), fix (arrange), part (separate) …

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