Definition of presort in English:

presort

Syllabification: pre·sort
Pronunciation: /prēˈsôrt
 
/

verb

[with object]
Sort outgoing mail by zip code in order to take advantage of a cheaper rate of postage.
More example sentences
  • Mailing at presort and automation rates continues to be the lowest cost option for bulk mailers on campus.
  • However, those rates were increased for letter-size mail, while some presort rates decrease under the proposal.
  • The company aims to collect presorted and some unsorted mail from business customers, and then pass 90 percent of it to the Post Office for delivery!

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