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the —— sort US English

The kind of person likely to do or be involved with the thing specified

the —— sort in sort US English

The kind of person likely to do or be involved with the thing specified

nothing of the sort in sort US English

Used as an emphatic way of denying permission or refuting an earlier statement or assumption

nothing of the sort US English

Used as an emphatic way of denying permission or refuting an earlier statement or assumption

separate the wheat from the chaff in chaff1 US English

Distinguish valuable people or things from worthless ones

separate the men from the boys in man US English

Show or prove which people in a group are truly competent, brave, or mature

separate the wheat from the chaff US English

Distinguish valuable people or things from worthless ones

separate the men from the boys US English

Show or prove which people in a group are truly competent, brave, or mature

you know the sort of thing in thing English-Spanish

tú sabes a qué me refiero

the sort of good looks that turn heads in head English-Spanish

el tipo de belleza que llama la atención

I needed the break to sort myself out in sort English-Spanish

necesitaba el respiro para poner mis pensamientos en orden

I needed the break to sort myself out in sort out English-Spanish

necesitaba el respiro para poner mis pensamientos en orden

I'm not the sort to be offended easily in to English-Spanish

no soy de los que se ofenden fácilmente

that's the way to deal with their sort! in way English-Spanish

¡así es como hay que tratar a la gente de su calaña!

sort the ones with job experience from the ones without in sort English-Spanish

divídelos en dos grupos según tengan o no experiencia laboral

she's not the sort to take a back seat to anybody in back seat English-Spanish

no es de las que se dejan relegar a un segundo plano

tell her to come to me; I'll sort the matter out in come English-Spanish

dile que venga a hablar conmigo; yo lo arreglaré

it's the sort of record that gets everybody dancing in get English-Spanish

es el tipo de disco que hace bailar a todo el mundo

he's the sort of low-down rat who would say that in low-down English-Spanish

un gusano como él no podía decir otra cosa

don't tell lies: I didn't say anything of the sort in sort English-Spanish

no digas mentiras: no dije nada semejante

she wasn't the sort of girl to let anyone take liberties with her in liberty English-Spanish

no era el tipo de chica con quien uno se puede propasar

I expected him to be arrogant, but he was nothing of the sort in sort English-Spanish

creía que iba a ser arrogante, pero no lo era en absoluto


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