Definition of sort out phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  

sort out

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb
 
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Phrasal Verbs
  1. 1  (informal) to organize the contents of something; to tidy something The cupboards need sorting out.
  2. 2to organize something successfully If you're going to the bus station, can you sort out the tickets for tomorrow?

sort somethingout (from something)

 
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to separate something from a larger group Could you sort out the toys that can be thrown away? It was difficult to sort out the lies from the truth. related noun sort-out

sort somebody out

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sort something out

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sort yourself out

 
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 (especially British English) to deal with somebody’s/your own problems successfully If you can wait a moment, I'll sort it all out for you. You load up the car and I'll sort the kids out.
(British English, informal) to deal with somebody who is causing trouble, etc. especially by punishing or attacking them Wait till I get my hands on him—I'll soon sort him out!