Question on a phrase in "ubiquity-slideshow"

Cheng-Chia Tseng pswo10680 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 18 06:25:38 UTC 2011


"In no time at all" means immediately.

So does it means that "your needs will be answered right away"?

On Sun, Sep 18, 2011 at 1:07 PM, Anders Jenbo <anders at jenbo.dk> wrote:
> Den 18-09-2011 06:01, Cheng-Chia Tseng skrev:
>>
>> There is a sentence below:
>> "With most questions already answered, and thousands of people ready
>> to help, you’ll be sorted in no time at all. "
>>
>> What does "be sorted in" mean? It is kind of fuzzy that for us not
>> talking in native English.
>>
> It means that all your needs will have be attended to, as in "when you go
> here all yours questions will be answered", but with out absolute certainty.
>
> -Anders
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