How to say Set in Spanish sɛt

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fijo, determinado, establecido

set(adjective)

fixed or arranged previously

There is a set procedure for doing this.

juego, colección, equipo

set(noun)

a group of things used or belonging together

a set of carving tools; a complete set of (the novels of) Jane Austen.

poner, colocar

set(verb)

to put or place

She set the tray down on the table.

listo, preparado

set(adjective)

(often with on ) ready, intending or determined (to do something)

He is set on going.

aparato

set(noun)

an apparatus for receiving radio or television signals

a television/radio set.

poner

set(verb)

to put plates, knives, forks etc on (a table) for a meal

Please would you set the table for me?

deliberado

set(adjective)

deliberate

He had the set intention of hurting her.

grupo, pandilla

set(noun)

a group of people

the musical set.

poner, fijar, acordar

set(verb)

to settle or arrange (a date, limit, price etc)

It's difficult to set a price on a book when you don't know its value.

fijo

set(adjective)

stiff; fixed

He had a set smile on his face.

marcado

set(noun)

the process of setting hair

a shampoo and set.

mandar

set(verb)

to give a person (a task etc) to do

The witch set the prince three tasks; The teacher set a test for her pupils; He should set the others a good example.

fijo

set(adjective)

not changing or developing

set ideas.

decorado

set(noun)

scenery for a play or film

There was a very impressive set in the final act.

provocar

set(verb)

to cause to start doing something

His behaviour set people talking.

engastado

set(adjective)

(with with ) having something set in it

a gold ring set with diamonds.

set

set(noun)

a group of six or more games in tennis

She won the first set and lost the next two.

ponerse

set(verb)

(of the sun etc) to disappear below the horizon

It gets cooler when the sun sets.

endurecer, cuajar

set(verb)

to become firm or solid

Has the concrete set?

poner

set(verb)

to adjust (eg a clock or its alarm) so that it is ready to perform its function

He set the alarm for 7.00 a.m.

marcar

set(verb)

to arrange (hair) in waves or curls.

montar, engastar

set(verb)

to fix in the surface of something, eg jewels in a ring.

componer, encajar

set(verb)

to put (broken bones) into the correct position for healing

They set his broken arm.


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