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Simple past tense for to arrange something in a certain spot or position
“Then she stood to set the dish with its few remaining crumbs back on the tray.”
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Simple past tense for decide on and announce
“No dates have been set for hearings as yet, although it is believed that further activity may be imminent.”
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Simple past tense for harden into a solid or semi-solid state
“The other type - often set with gelatine or jelly - are to my mind not even worthy of the name cheesecake.”
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Simple past tense for decline
“Her eyes were focused straight ahead on the horizon where the sun would set at any minute.”
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Simple past tense for be situated or fixed in a specified place or position
“They will stay the night in the village of Gite, before heading on to Tamda, set among white rocks.”
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Simple past tense for start, incite
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“You could set your clock or watch with Pat as he drove his herd in our out of the parlour to pasture morning and evening.”
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“The bright red benches were attached to the ground by bolts set in concrete.”
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“She kept the original, which was set into a tiepin for my father in law.”
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Simple past tense for to put into order or make ready
“The large glass dining room table has been meticulously set by Renate, the maid.”
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“You set yourself a task that isn't anything that you've been explicitly asked to do, nor told that you can do, and you try it out.”
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“Anyone can lose weight if they set their mind to it.”
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“He spun round in surprise and then he set his horse towards her.”
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Simple past tense for to arrange or establish
“But in recent years her paintings have set record prices for Latin American art.”
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“I think my alarm clock is set for 5.30 am, so I'd better get my head down for an early night.”
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Past participle for to arrange something in a certain spot or position
“Then she stood to set the dish with its few remaining crumbs back on the tray.”
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Past participle for decide on and announce
“No dates have been set for hearings as yet, although it is believed that further activity may be imminent.”
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Past participle for harden into a solid or semi-solid state
“The other type - often set with gelatine or jelly - are to my mind not even worthy of the name cheesecake.”
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Past participle for decline
“Her eyes were focused straight ahead on the horizon where the sun would set at any minute.”
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Past participle for start, incite
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“You set yourself a task that isn't anything that you've been explicitly asked to do, nor told that you can do, and you try it out.”
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To have set up on a long-term basis
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To have fixed the scope or boundaries of
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To have produced or brought about
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To have designed with a new shape or form
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To have appointed a person to a position
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To have come to a judgement
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