Definition of re-sort in English:


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Pronunciation: /riːˈsɔːt


[with object]
  • Sort (something) again or differently: children find pleasure in sorting and re-sorting boxes of buttons
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    • And it would be great if I could just press a button and do that, rather than having to re-sort the order of 24 pages.
    • The president, and other club volunteers performed a ‘mini waste audit’ in the Great Hall, re-sorting garbage bin contents into trash, recyclables and compostable material piles.
    • But should you be so inclined, here's my recently updated Wish List (I'd re-sort the list by priority before making a purchase).

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