2011년 8월 2일 화요일

Dic: sort as a verb (cf. 처리하다, 정돈하다, 다듬다)

4. [VERB][usu passive] If you get a problem or the details of something sorted, you do what is necessary to solve the problem or organize the details.(= sort out)

  • I'm trying to get my script sorted.
2. PHRASAL VERB | If you sort out a problem or the details of something, you do what is necessary to solve the problem or organize the details.
  • India and Nepal have sorted out their trade and security dispute.
  • Have you sorted something out for tomorrow night?
.... Cobuild

2. see also sort out | [often passive] sort something (informal, especially British English) to deal with a problem successfully or organize something/somebody properly
  • I'm really busy—can you sort it?
sort something out
1. (informal) to organize the contents of something; to tidy something {다듬다, 정돈하다}
  • The cupboards need sorting out.
2. to organize something successfully
  • If you're going to the bus station, can you sort out the tickets for tomorrow?
.... OALD

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