What is the context?
I am doing an analysis of Selection Sort on an array of 1000 elements. The array is Almost In Order.
To the best of my knowledge, there is no technical meaning of the word "almost", so you use the English meaning of the word "almost". Presumably the person asking the question wants you to see what happens when all the elements are in their proper place except, say, the last two (or the first two, or two in the middle, or etc.)
I'd say it means it's more than a Little in order but less than Completely in order. :)
"Almost sorted" means that the data has a high degree of sortedness.
Here are several methods of measuring sortedness: