set out
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set out
[verb]
Synonyms: design, arrange, lay out, map (out), plan, head, bear, light out, make, strike out, take off
Related Idioms: set one's course for
English Thesaurus: arrange, organize, order, classify, set out, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

set out phrasal verb (see also set)

1. to start a journey, especially a long journey
set out for
Kate set out for the house on the other side of the bay.
set out on a journey/drive/voyage etc
The band are setting out on a European tour in March.

2. to start doing something or making plans to do something in order to achieve a particular result
set out to do something
salesmen who deliberately set out to defraud customers
set out with the idea/purpose/intention etc of doing something
They set out with the aim of becoming the number one team in the league.

3. set something ↔ out to explain ideas, facts, or opinions in a clearly organized way, in writing or in a speech:
He set out the reasons for his decision in his report.

4. set something ↔ out to put a group of things down and arrange them:
The market traders began setting out their displays.

5. set out on something to start doing something, especially something new, difficult, or important:
My nephew is just setting out on a career in journalism.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

set out
set out (something)
1.
to give the details of or explain something, esp. in writing.
Your contract sets out the terms and conditions of your employment.

2.
to put something in a particular place.
The waiter cleared the table and set out silverware for their next course.

Put your trash in a garbage bag and set it out by the curb.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

set out something
set out (something)
1.
to give the details of or explain something, esp. in writing.
Your contract sets out the terms and conditions of your employment.

2.
to put something in a particular place.
The waiter cleared the table and set out silverware for their next course.

Put your trash in a garbage bag and set it out by the curb.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

set out
to leave on a journey
Marco Polo set out for China many years ago.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

set out
v.
1. To leave on a journey or voyage.
The Pilgrims set out for the New World.
Compare: SET FORTH2, SET OFF4, START OUT.
2. To decide and begin to try; attempt.
George set out to improve his pitching.
3. To plant in the ground.
The gardener set out some tomato seedlings.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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