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English[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Center English type, soort, sorte (= Dutch soort, German Sorte, Danish type, Swedish type), borrowed from Previous French sorte (class, type), from Latin sortem, accusative type of sors (lot, destiny, share, rank, class).

Noun[edit]

type (plural types)

  1. A common kind.
    • 1913, Joseph C. Lincoln, chapter 1, in Mr. Pratt’s Sufferers:

      I stumbled alongside by the younger pines and huckleberry bushes. Fairly quickly I struck right into a type of path that, I cal’lated, may result in the highway I used to be looking for. It twisted and turned, and, the very first thing I knew, made a sudden bend round a bunch of bayberry scrub and opened out into an enormous clear area like a garden.

    • 1922, Ben Travers, chapter 1, in A Cuckoo within the Nest[2]:

      “[…] the awfully hearty type of Christmas playing cards that individuals do ship to different folks that they do not know in any respect effectively. You recognize. The type which have mottoes like
        This is rattling good luck and roaring good cheer, / With lashings of meals and nice hogsheads of beer. []

    • 1963, Margery Allingham, chapter 17, in The China Governess[3]:

      The face which emerged was not reassuring. []. He was not a mongol however there was a deficiency of a type there, and it was not made extra fairly by a latter-day hair reduce which concerned eccentrically lengthy elf-locks and oiled black curls.

  2. Method; type of being or appearing.
    • 1758, Edmund Spenser, The Fairy Queen[4]:

      Quickly because the time period of these six years shall stop,
      Ye then shall hither again return once more,
      The wedding to perform vow’d betwixt you twain.
      Which individually, I covet to carry out,
      In type as by the world I did proclaim,
      That whoso kill’d that monfter (most deform)
      And him in hardy battle overcame,
      Ought to have mine solely daughter to his Dame…

    • 1845, Richard Hooker, Works of that Discovered and Even handed Divine…[5]:

      Such is that argument whereby they that wore on their heads garlands are charged as transgressors of nature’s legislation, and responsible of sacrilege towards God the Lord of nature, inasmuch as flowers, in such type worn can neither be smelt nor seen effectively by those who put on them; and God made flowers candy and delightful, that being seen and smelt unto, they may so delight.

    • ca 1590, William Shakespeare, Titus Andronicus:

      I am going to deceive you in one other type

    • 1667, John Milton, Paradise misplaced[[6]]:

      However to Adam in what type
      Shall I appeer? shall I to him make identified
      As but my change, and provides him to partake
      Full happiness with mee, or fairly not,
      However maintain the chances of Information inside my energy
      With out copartner?

    • 1697, John Dryden, The Works of John Dryden, Quantity V: Poems[7], →ISBN:

      I acknowledge, with Segrais, that I’ve not succeeded on this try, in accordance with my want: but I shall not be wholly with out reward, if in some type I could also be permit’d to have copied the Clearness, the Purity, the Easiness and the Magnificence of his stile.

    • Carried in some way, somewhither, for some cause, on these surging floods, had been these vacationers, of errand not wholly apparent to their fellows, but of such type as to name into question alike the character of their errand and their very own relations. It’s simply earned repetition to state that Josephine St. Auban’s was a presence to not be hid.
  3. (out of date) Situation above the vulgar; rank.
    • ca 1599, William Shakespeare, Henry V:

      “What suppose you, Captain Fluellen? is it match this soldier maintain his oath?”
      “He’s a craven and a villain else, an’t please your majesty, in my conscience.”
      “It might be his enemy is a gentleman of nice type, fairly from the reply of his diploma.”
      “Although he be pretty much as good a gentleman because the satan is, as Lucifer and Belzebub himself, it’s mandatory, look your grace, that he maintain his vow and his oath.”

  4. (casual) An individual evaluated in a sure manner (unhealthy, good, unusual, and so forth.).
    • 1999 October 1, Heinrich Müller, Müller Journals: 1948-1950, The Washington years[8]:

      There is no such thing as a downside with this and he appears to be a good type with excellent reflexes. I’ll have Felix changed with him once we get again to Washington as a result of he’s extra acceptable.

      2014, Mykel D. Myles, The Lengthy Night time Of The Demon, →ISBN:

      Amo, he’s the prince. And he is an efficient type. You, My Husband, needs to be amongst his circle

      2014, Seema Jha, Charade978-1-4969-8816-4:

      One would not should be Einstein to appreciate he’s a foul type / My spouse all the time stated as a lot.

  5. (dated) Group, firm.
    • 1595, Edmund Spenser, The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser[9]:

      a type of shepherds suing of the Chace

      1687, John Dryden, The Hind and the Panther[10]:

      a type of doves had been housed too close to their corridor

      1622, Philip Massinger, The Virgin Martyr[11]:

      What good received you by sporting out your toes,
      To run on scurvy errands to the poor,
      and to bear mony to a type of rogues
      And awful prisoners?

    • 1616, George Chapman, The Odysseys of Homer[12]:

      A boy, a baby, and we a type of us,
      Vowed towards his voyage, but admit it thus!

  6. (Australia, casual) A great-looking girl.
  7. An act of sorting.

    I had a type of my cabinet.

  8. (computing) An algorithm for sorting an inventory of things into a selected sequence.
    • 2014, Donald E. Knuth, The Artwork of Laptop Programming. Sorting and Looking out, →ISBN:

    Widespread algorithms for types embody quicksort and heapsort.

  9. (typography) A chunk of steel kind used to print one letter, character, or image in a selected dimension and magnificence.
  10. (arithmetic) A kind.
  11. (out of date) Probability; lot; future.
    • ca 1602, William Shakespeare, Troilus and Cressida:

      No, make a lottery;
      And, by machine, let blockish Ajax draw
      The type to struggle with Hector.

  12. (out of date) A full set of something, similar to a pair of footwear, or a swimsuit of garments.[1]
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Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from Previous French sortir (allot, type), from Latin sortire (draw tons, divide, select), from sors.

Verb[edit]

type (third-person singular easy current types, current participle sorting, easy previous and previous participle sorted)

  1. (transitive) To separate objects into totally different classes in accordance with sure standards that decide their types.
    Synonyms: categorize, class, classify, group

    Kind the letters in these baggage right into a separate pile for every language.

    • 1704, Isaac Newton, Opticks:

      And seeing the Rays which differ in Refrangibility could also be parted and sorted from each other, and that both by Refraction…, or by Reflexion…, after which the a number of types aside at equal Incidences undergo unequal Refractions,…; it is manifest that the Solar’s Gentle is an heterogeneous Combination of Rays…, as was proposed.

    • 1929, Percival Christopher Wren, Good Gestes, The McSnorrt Reminiscent:

      “Is there a person amongst ye has the Gaelic? … Is there a person amongst ye can communicate English even? … Is there a person amongst ye in any respect? Ye gang o’ lasceevious auld de’ils, decked oot like weemin, in spite o’ yer furry lengthy whuskers, full beards and full skirts, ye deceitful besoms. Whuskers and petticoats wi’ the vices o’ each and the virtues o’ neither. I am going to sorrt ye.” And there have been sounds of alarums and excursions inside.

    • 2017 August 27, Brandon Nowalk, “Recreation Of Thrones slows down for the longest, and greatest, episode of the season (newbies)”, in The Onion AV Membership[13]:

      Jaime lastly leaves her [Cersei], strolling proper previous his imminent executioner, and rides out of King’s Touchdown, lastly neatly sorting our people into good and evil and Bronn.

  2. (transitive) To rearrange into some sequence, normally numerically, alphabetically or chronologically.
    Synonyms: order, rank

    Kind these bells right into a row in ascending sequence of pitch.

  3. (transitive) To conjoin; to place collectively in distribution; to class.
    • 1635, Sylva Sylvarum, Or, A Naturall Historie in Ten Centuries[14]:

      Shellfish have been, by among the ancients, in contrast and sorted with insecta.

    • 1599, John Davies, Nosce Teipsum[15]:

      For when she types issues current with issues previous
      And thereby issues to return doth oft foresee;
      When she doth doubt at first, and chuse eventually,
      These acts her owne, with out her physique bee.

  4. (transitive, out of date) To adapt; to adapt; to accommodate.
    • ca 1591, William Shakespeare, Henry VI half 2:

      I pray thee, type thy coronary heart to endurance.

  5. (transitive, out of date) To select from a quantity; to pick out; to cull.
    • 1616, George Chapman, The Odysseys of Homer[16]:

      To ship his mom to her father’s home, that he might type her out a worthy partner

    • ca 1591, William Shakespeare, Henry VI half 1:

      I am going to type another time to go to you.

  6. (intransitive) To hitch or affiliate with others, particularly with others of the identical type or species; to agree.
    • 1625, Francis Bacon, Of Mother and father and Youngsters:

      The illiberality of Mother and father in allowance in direction of their kids is an harmefull error: makes them base; acquaints them with shifts, makes them type with meane companie; and makes them surfet extra, once they come to a lot.

    • 1695, John Woodward, An essay towards a pure historical past of the earth:

      Nor do Metalls solely type and herd with Metalls within the Earth : and Minerals with Minerals : however each indifferently and in frequent collectively: Iron with Vitriol, with Alum, with Sulphur: Copper with Sulphur, with Vitriol, &c. yea Iron, Copper, Lead, Nitre, Sulphur, Vitriol, and maybe some extra in a single and the identical Mass.

  7. (intransitive) To swimsuit; to suit; to be in accord; to harmonize.
    • 1612, Francis Bacon, Of Nature in Males:

      They’re happie males, whose natures type with their vocations, in any other case they could say Multum incola fuit anima mea; once they converse in these issues they doe not have an effect on.

    • 1814, Walter Scott, Waverley:

      I can’t inform ye exactly how they sorted; however they agreed sae proper that Donald was invited to bop on the marriage ceremony in his Highland trews, they usually stated that there was by no means sae meikle siller clinked in his purse both earlier than or since.

  8. (Britain, colloquial, transitive) To repair (an issue) or deal with (a job).
    Synonym: type out
  9. (Britain, colloquial, transitive) To assault bodily.
    Synonym: type out
    If he comes nosing round right here once more I am going to type him!
Utilization notes[edit]
  • In British sense “to repair an issue”, typically utilized in constructions like “I’ll get you sorted” or “Now that’s sorted” – in American and Australian utilization type out is used as an alternative.
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Additional studying[edit]

  • type at OneLook Dictionary Search
  • type in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, 1911.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Samuel Johnson, “A Dictionary of the English Language”, [1] writer=W. G. Jones yr=1768

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Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Previous Occitan type, from Latin sortem, accusative singular of sors, from Proto-Italic *sortis, from Proto-Indo-European *ser- (to bind).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

type f (uncountable)

  1. luck

    type amb totgood luck with the whole lot

  2. fortune

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Previous Norse svartr (black), from Proto-Germanic *swartaz, from Proto-Indo-European *swordo- (soiled, darkish, black).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

type

  1. black (absorbing most gentle)
  2. below the desk; finished in secret in order to keep away from taxation
Inflection[edit]
Inflection of type
Constructive Comparative Superlative
Widespread singular type sortere sortest2
Neuter singular type sortere sortest2
Plural sorte sortere sortest2
Particular attributive1 sorte sortere sorteste
1) When an adjective is utilized predicatively to one thing particular, the corresponding “indefinite” kind is used.
2) The “indefinite” superlatives will not be used attributively.
Derived phrases[edit]

Adverb[edit]

type

  1. below the desk; secretly, in order to keep away from taxation
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Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from French sorte (class, type), from Latin sors (lot, destiny).

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Noun[edit]

type c (singular particular sorten, plural indefinite sorter)

  1. type, type
  2. high quality
  3. model
  4. (botany) cultivar
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Estonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Sorte.

Noun[edit]

type (genitive sordi, partitive sorti)

  1. type, type, model

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Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Previous French type, from Latin sortem, accusative singular of sors, from Proto-Italic *sortis, from Proto-Indo-European *ser- (to bind). Cf. additionally the borrowed doublet sorte.

Noun[edit]

type m (plural types)

  1. destiny, future (penalties or results predetermined by previous occasions or a divine will)
  2. lot (one thing utilized in figuring out a query by probability)
  3. spell (magical incantation)

Associated phrases[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

See sortir.

Verb[edit]

type

  1. third-person singular current indicative of sortir

Additional studying[edit]


Friulian[edit]

Various kinds[edit]

  • sord (different orthography)

Etymology[edit]

From Latin surdus.

Adjective[edit]

type

  1. deaf

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Hungarian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from English shorts.[1]

Noun[edit]

type (plural sortok)

  1. shorts (pants worn primarily in the summertime that don’t go decrease than the knees)

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Etymology 2[edit]

sor +‎ -t

Noun[edit]

type

  1. accusative singular of sor
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Etymology[edit]

From Previous French type, from Latin sors, sortem.

Noun[edit]

type m (plural types)

  1. (Jersey) destiny

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Previous Norse svartr; evaluate Danish type

Various kinds[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

type (neuter singular type, particular singular and plural sorte, comparative sortere, indefinite plural sortest, particular plural sorteste)

  1. black (color)

Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from French sorte.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

type m (particular singular sorten, indefinite plural sorter, particular plural sortene)

  1. a type, type or kind

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French sorte.

Noun[edit]

type m (particular singular sorten, indefinite plural sortar, particular plural sortane)

  1. a type, type or kind

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Plautdietsch[edit]

Noun[edit]

type f (plural Sorten)

  1. type, type, kind, ilk, selection

Etymology[edit]

From French sorte, from Previous French sorte, from Latin sors, sortem.

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Noun[edit]

type m inan

  1. (colloquial) type (kind)
    Synonyms: gatunek, rodzaj

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Additional studying[edit]

  • type in Wielki słownik języka polskiego, Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN
  • type in Polish dictionaries at PWN

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French sorte.

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Noun[edit]

type c

  1. type, type

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