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tr.v. pre·sort·ed, pre·sort·ing, pre·sorts
To sort (mail) according to Zip Codes before delivering to a post office.
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vb (tr)
to sort in advance
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to sort (letters, packages, etc.) by zip code or class before collection or delivery to a post office.
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