Translation: from spanish

to set out

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  • 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… …   New idioms dictionary

  • set out your stall — set out (your) stall British & Australian to show other people that you are determined to do something. We ve set out our stall to win the championship and we ll be disappointed if we don t …   New idioms dictionary

  • set out stall — set out (your) stall British & Australian to show other people that you are determined to do something. We ve set out our stall to win the championship and we ll be disappointed if we don t …   New idioms dictionary

  • set out to do something — set out to (do something) to begin doing something that is part of a plan. When Mary set out to become a writer, she had no idea how difficult it would be to earn a living …   New idioms dictionary

  • set out to — (do something) to begin doing something that is part of a plan. When Mary set out to become a writer, she had no idea how difficult it would be to earn a living …   New idioms dictionary

  • set out — ► set out 1) begin a journey. 2) aim or intend to do something. 3) arrange or display in a particular order or position. Main Entry: ↑set …   English terms dictionary

  • set out one's stall — ► set out one s stall display one s abilities or attributes. Main Entry: ↑set …   English terms dictionary

  • set-out — setˈ out noun 1. An outfit 2. Preparations 3. A display of dishes, dress, etc 4. Company or clique • • • Main Entry: ↑set …   Useful english dictionary

  • set|out — «SEHT OWT», noun. 1. a start; outset: »The parties were pretty equal at the setout (Byron). 2. a) a display, as of a set of china. b) a spread of food; buffet. 3. an entertainment for a group of people; …   Useful english dictionary

  • set out your stall — british phrase to show your intentions or abilities clearly The politicians were setting out their stalls for the election. Thesaurus: to make plans or arrangementssynonym Main entry: stall …   Useful english dictionary

  • set out — index allocate, depart, embark, leave (depart), manifest, part (leave), produce (offer to view) …   Law dictionary


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