sort-out

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sort-out

[ˈsɔːtaʊt] N to have a sort-out (= clean-up) → hacer limpieza; (= tidy-up) → ordenar las cosas
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Then a few months back during one of these sort-outs they found it on top of a load of stuff that was about to be put in the bin and rescued it.
June's eclipses, added to the transit of Mars across your partner zone, set the stage for marital sort-outs, new partnerships and altered priorities by the year end.
The co-op also has increased efficiency in recent years through better utilization of sort-outs.
Help the Aged general manager Marcy Lee said: "The Indian summer has meant that our donors have had big sort-outs of their wardrobes and supplied us with some wonderful clothes and accessories.