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ˈset-up , set‧up /ˈsetʌp/ noun


تنظیم کردن ، دائر کردن ، ساختن ، تاسیس کردن ، جلو برتری حریف را گرفتن ، پاس به یار ازادتر ، مستقرشده ، برپاکردن ، مستقرکردن ، اماده بکار ، استقرار ، حاضر به جنگ کردن توپ ، اماده تیراندازی کردن ، ترتیب ، وضع بدن ، نصب کردن ، واگذاشتن ، برپا کردن ، برپایی ، مقدمه چینی ، کامپیوتر: برقرار کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: اقامه یا طرح کردن تولید کردن ، ورزش: توپی که به اسانی برگردانده شود ، علوم نظامی: مغرور
الکترونیک: برپا کردن ، تنظیم کردن ، دایر کردن ، ساختن ، برقرار کردن ، کامپیوتر: تاسیس کردن ، اقامه یا طرح کردن تولید کردن ، حقوق: جلو برتری حریف را گرفتن ، پاس به یار ازادتر ، توپی که به اسانی برگردانده شود ، اسکواش : اماده کردن اتومبیل برای مسابقه در مسیر معین ، ورزشی: مستقرشده ، برپاکردن ، مستقرکردن ، اماده بکار ، استقرار ، حاضر به جنگ کردن توپ ، اماده تیراندازی کردن ، مغرور ، علوم نظامی: وضع ، ترتیب ، وضع بدن ، نصب کردن ، واگذاشتن ، برپا کردن ، برپایی ، مقدمه چینی

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

set up
[verb]
Synonyms:
- build, assemble, construct, erect, put together, put up, raise
- establish, arrange, begin, found, initiate, institute, organize, prearrange, prepare
Antonyms: tear down
Contrasted words: disassemble, take down
Related Words: generate, originate, start up, open
English Thesaurus: establish, set up, open, found, inaugurate, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

set up phrasal verb (see also set)

1. COMPANY/ORGANIZATION ETC to start a company, organization, committee etc Synonym : establish
set something ↔ up
They want to set up their own import–export business.
new regulations for setting up political parties
set (yourself) up (as something) (=start your own business)
John decided to set up as a graphic designer.
set up shop/set up in business (=begin operating a business)
Now Betterware plans to set up shop elsewhere in Europe.

2. ARRANGE/ORGANIZE set something ↔ up to make the arrangements that are necessary for something to happen:
I’ll set up an appointment for you.
There was a lot of work involved in setting up the festival.

3. EQUIPMENT to prepare the equipment that will be needed for an activity so that it is ready to be used:
The next band was already setting up on the other stage.
set something ↔ up
Can someone set the overhead projector up?

4. BUILD/PUT UP set something ↔ up to place or build something somewhere, especially something that is not permanent:
They’ve set up roadblocks around the city.

5. TRICK SOMEBODY set somebody ↔ up informal to trick someone in order to achieve what you want, especially to make it appear that they have done something wrong or illegal:
Cox claimed that the police had tried to set him up.

6. PROVIDE MONEY set somebody ↔ up British English informal to provide someone with money that they need, especially in order to start a business:
After he qualified as a doctor, his mother set him up in a practice of his own.
Selling her share of the company has set her up for life.

7. HEALTHY/FULL OF ENERGY set somebody up British English to make you feel healthy and full of energy:
A good breakfast will set you up for the day.

8. set yourself up as something to deliberately make people believe that you have the authority and skill to do something, especially when this is not true:
politicians who set themselves up as moral authorities

9. PUT SOMEBODY IN POSITION set somebody up to put someone in a position in which they are able to do something, or in which something is likely to happen to them
set somebody up for
If he won the fight, it would set him up for a title shot.
Anyone with public duties sets themselves up for attack.

10. RELATIONSHIP set somebody ↔ up informal to arrange for two people to meet, because you think they might start a romantic relationship:
‘How did you meet Nick?’ ‘A friend set us up.’

11. set up home/house (also set up housekeeping American English) to get your own home, furniture etc, especially when you leave your parents’ home to live with a wife, husband, or partner:
Many parents try to help their children set up home.

12. set up a commotion/din/racket etc to start making a loud unpleasant noise:
The party guests were setting up a steady din.set up camp at camp1(1)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ˈset-up , set‧up /ˈsetʌp/ noun

1. [countable usually singular] the way that something is organized or arranged:
the traditional classroom set-up

2. [countable usually singular] informal a dishonest plan that is intended to trick someone:
How do I know this isn’t a set-up?

3. [uncountable] the act of organizing something, such as a business or a computer system:
The IT department will assist you with installation and setup.

4. [countable] several pieces of equipment that work together in a system:
‘Do you use the school darkroom?’ ‘No, I’ve got my own setup at home.’
set up at set1

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

set up
set (someone) up
to trick someone into a situation in which it appears they have done something wrong.
She denied using drugs and claimed she had been set up by the police.

set up (something)
1.
to establish or create something.
The welfare system is set up to encourage people to find work as soon as they can.

He set up his practice as an architect in New York City in the 1890s.

His father's money was used to set him up in business.

2.
to arrange or prepare something.
They set the meeting up for 9 a.m. tomorrow.

We have a little area set up for serving food.

They set up the tents next to the river.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

set up something
set up (something)
1.
to establish or create something.
The welfare system is set up to encourage people to find work as soon as they can.

He set up his practice as an architect in New York City in the 1890s.

His father's money was used to set him up in business.

2.
to arrange or prepare something.
They set the meeting up for 9 a.m. tomorrow.

We have a little area set up for serving food.

They set up the tents next to the river.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

set up
1.set up (someone)
to put someone in a position to be manipulated
I do not believe that I lost the money honestly. I believe that someone set me up.

2.set (someone) up (in business)
to help establish someone in business
My father helped to set my sister's husband up in business.

3.set up (something)
1). to establish something, to provide the money for something
The newspaper company provided the money to set up the new travel magazine.

The company set up a situation to test the new product.

2). to make something ready to use by putting the parts together
After we set up the gas barbecue we were able to cook dinner.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

set up something
set up (something)
1. to establish something, to provide the money for something
The newspaper company provided the money to set up the new travel magazine.

The company set up a situation to test the new product.

2. to make something ready to use by putting the parts together
After we set up the gas barbecue we were able to cook dinner.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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