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Dictionary French English: şort

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arranger qc. [difficulté, malentendu, affaires] [régler]to sort sth. out
classer sort sth. [classify, arrange]
adm. ordonner qc. [ranger, classer]to sort sth. [put in order]
trierto sort (out)
espèce {f}sort [type]
sort {m}lot [fate, destiny]
sort {m} [hasard]fate
sorte {f}sort
2 Words: Nouns
espèce {f} d'ouvragessort of work
3 Words: Others
de cet acabit [péj.]of that sort [pej.]
rien de telnothing of the sort
3 Words: Verbs
faire le ménage [fam.] [réorganiser]to sort things out
résoudre un problèmeto sort out a problem
se débrouiller avec sort it out with sb.
se débrouiller pour sort sth. out
tenter le sortto tempt fate
3 Words: Nouns
sort {m} des armesfortunes {pl} of war
tirage {m} (au sort)draw [lot]
4 Words: Others
Coquin de sort !What the devil!
4 Words: Verbs
abandonner qn. à son sortto abandon sb. to their fate
faire le tri de sort sth. out
gémir sur son sortto bemoan one's fate
jeter un sort à cast a spell on sb.
mettre bon ordre à sort out sth.
régler le sort de decide sb.'s fate
s'apitoyer sur son sortto nurse one's pride
s'apitoyer sur son sortto feel sorry for oneself
subir le même sortto suffer the same fate
5+ Words: Others
loc. Ça me sort par les yeux. [fam.]I've had it up to here. [coll.]
Tout finira par s'arranger ! [loc.]Things will sort themselves out in the end! [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
jeux sport désigner qc. par tirage (au sort) [nom, vainqueur]to draw sth.
être satisfait de son sortto be satisfied with one's lot
se démerder avec ses problèmes [fam.]to sort out one's own problems
se lamenter sur son propre sortto feel sorry for oneself
se lamenter sur son triste sortto lament one's fate
loc. séparer le bon grain de l'ivraieto sort the wheat from the chaff
Fiction (Literature and Film)
littérat. F Coups du sortFools of Fortune [William Trevor]
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