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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • verb-transitive: To put in a specified position; place: set a book on a table.
  • verb-transitive: To put into a specified state: set the prisoner at liberty.
  • verb-transitive: To put into a stable position: set the fence post into a bed of concrete.
  • verb-transitive: To fix firmly or in an immobile manner: He set his jaw and concentrated on flying the plane through the storm.
  • verb-transitive: To restore to a proper and normal state when dislocated or broken: set a broken arm.
  • verb-transitive: To adjust for proper functioning.
  • verb-transitive: To adjust (a saw) by deflecting the teeth.
  • verb-transitive: Nautical To spread open to the wind: set the sails.
  • verb-transitive: To adjust according to a standard.
  • verb-transitive: To adjust (an instrument or device) to a specific point or calibration: set an alarm clock.
  • verb-transitive: To arrange properly for use: set a place for a dinner guest; set a table.
  • verb-transitive: To apply equipment, such as curlers and clips, to (hair) in order to style.
  • verb-transitive: Printing To arrange (type) into words and sentences preparatory to printing; compose.
  • verb-transitive: Printing To transpose into type.
  • verb-transitive: Music To compose (music) to fit a given text.
  • verb-transitive: Music To write (words) to fit a given melodic line.
  • verb-transitive: To arrange scenery on (a theater stage).
  • verb-transitive: To prescribe the unfolding of (a drama or narrative, for instance) in a specific place: a play that is set in Venice.
  • verb-transitive: To prescribe or establish: set a precedent.
  • verb-transitive: To prescribe as a time for: set June 6 as the day of the invasion.
  • verb-transitive: To detail or assign (someone) to a particular duty, service, or station: set the child to cleaning the closets; set guards around the perimeter.
  • verb-transitive: To incite to hostile action: a war that set families against one another.
  • verb-transitive: To establish as the highest level of performance: set a world aviation record.
  • verb-transitive: To establish as a model: A parent must set a good example for the children.
  • verb-transitive: To put in a mounting; mount: set an emerald in a pendant.
  • verb-transitive: To apply jewels to; stud: a tiara that was set with diamonds.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to sit.
  • verb-transitive: To put (a hen) on eggs for the purpose of hatching them.
  • verb-transitive: To put (eggs) beneath a hen or in an incubator.
  • verb-transitive: Sports To position (oneself) in such a way as to be ready to start running a race.
  • verb-transitive: Sports To pass (a volleyball), usually with the fingertips, in an arc close to the net so that a teammate can drive it over the net.
  • verb-transitive: To value or regard something at the rate of: She sets a great deal by good nutrition.
  • verb-transitive: To fix at a given amount: The judge set bail for the defendant at $50,000.
  • verb-transitive: To make as an estimate of worth: We set a high value on human life.
  • verb-transitive: To point to the location of (game) by holding a fixed attitude. Used of a hunting dog.
  • verb-transitive: Botany To produce, as after pollination: set seed.
  • verb-transitive: To prepare (a trap) for catching prey.
  • verb-transitive: To fix (a hook) firmly into a fish's jaw.
  • verb-intransitive: To disappear below the horizon: The sun set at seven that evening.
  • verb-intransitive: To diminish or decline; wane.
  • verb-intransitive: To sit on eggs. Used of fowl.
  • verb-intransitive: To become fixed; harden. See Synonyms at coagulate.
  • verb-intransitive: To become permanent. Used of dye.
  • verb-intransitive: To become whole; knit. Used of a broken bone.
  • verb-intransitive: Botany To mature or develop, as after pollination.
  • verb-intransitive: Nonstandard To sit: "If Emmett drives, I could set up front” ( Bobbie Ann Mason).
  • verb-intransitive: To position oneself preparatory to an action, such as running a race.
  • adjective: Fixed or established by agreement: a set time for the launching.
  • adjective: Established by convention: followed set procedures for filing a grievance.
  • adjective: Established deliberately; intentional: Our set purpose is to win the conflict.
  • adjective: Fixed and rigid: "His bearded face already has a set, hollow look” ( Conor Cruise O'Brien).
  • adjective: Unwilling or very reluctant to change: He is set in his ways.
  • adjective: Intent and determined: "He is dead set against rushing abroad to build a plant” ( Fortune).
  • adjective: Ready: We are set to leave early tomorrow morning.
  • noun: The act or process of setting.
  • noun: The condition resulting from setting.
  • noun: The manner in which something is positioned: the set of her cap.
  • noun: A permanent firming or hardening of a substance, as by cooling.
  • noun: The deflection of the teeth of a saw.
  • noun: The carriage or bearing of a part of the body.
  • noun: A particular psychological state, usually that of anticipation or preparedness: "The mental set of an audience is crucial to his performance” ( Psychology Today).
  • noun: A descent below the horizon.
  • noun: The direction or course of wind or water.
  • noun: A seedling, slip, or cutting that is ready for planting.
  • noun: The act of arranging hair by waving and curling it.
  • noun: Sports The act of setting a volleyball for a teammate.
  • phrasal-verb: set about To begin or start: set about solving the problem.
  • phrasal-verb: set apart To reserve for a specific use.
  • phrasal-verb: set apart To make noticeable: character traits that set her apart.
  • phrasal-verb: set aside To separate and reserve for a special purpose.
  • phrasal-verb: set aside To discard or reject.
  • phrasal-verb: set aside To declare invalid; annul or overrule: The court has set aside the conviction.
  • phrasal-verb: set at To attack or assail: The dogs set at the fox.
  • phrasal-verb: set back To slow down the progress of; hinder.
  • phrasal-verb: set back Informal To cost: That coat set me back $1,000.
  • phrasal-verb: set by To reserve for future use: It is wise to set food and money by in case of a future emergency.
  • phrasal-verb: set down To cause to sit; seat: Set the baby down here.
  • phrasal-verb: set down To put in writing; record: We set down the facts.
  • phrasal-verb: set down To regard; consider: Just set him down as a sneak.
  • phrasal-verb: set down To assign to a cause; attribute: Let's set the error down to inexperience.
  • phrasal-verb: set down To land (an aircraft): The pilot set the plane down hard.
  • phrasal-verb: set down Baseball To put out (a batter); retire. Used of a pitcher.
  • phrasal-verb: set forth To present for consideration; propose: set forth a sound plan.
  • phrasal-verb: set forth To express in words: She has set forth her ideas.
  • phrasal-verb: set forward To begin a journey.
  • phrasal-verb: set in To insert: set in the sleeve of a gown.
  • phrasal-verb: set in To begin to happen or be apparent: "Evening was setting in as I took the road over Mountain Top” ( Charles Siebert).
  • phrasal-verb: set in To move toward the shore. Used of wind or water.
  • phrasal-verb: set off To give rise to; cause to occur: set off a chemical reaction.
  • phrasal-verb: set off To cause to explode: set off a bomb.
  • phrasal-verb: set off To make suddenly or demonstrably angry: The clerk's indifference finally set me off.
  • phrasal-verb: set off To indicate as being different; distinguish: features setting him off from the crowd.
  • phrasal-verb: set off To direct attention to by contrast; accentuate: set off a passage with italics.
  • phrasal-verb: set off To counterbalance, counteract, or compensate for: Our dismay at her leaving was set off by our knowing that she was happy.
  • phrasal-verb: set off To start on a journey: set off for Europe.
  • phrasal-verb: set out To begin an earnest attempt; undertake: He set out to understand why the plan had failed.
  • phrasal-verb: set out To lay out systematically or graphically: set out a terrace.
  • phrasal-verb: set out To display for exhibition or sale.
  • phrasal-verb: set out To plant: set out seedlings.
  • phrasal-verb: set out To start a journey: She set out at dawn for town.
  • phrasal-verb: set to To begin working energetically; start in.
  • phrasal-verb: set to To begin fighting.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To place in an upright position.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To elevate; raise.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To raise in authority or power; invest with power: They set the general up as a dictator.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To put (oneself) forward as; claim to be: He has set himself up as an authority on the English language.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To assemble and erect: set up a new machine.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To establish; found: set up a charity.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To cause: They set up howls of protest over new taxes.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To establish in business by providing capital, equipment, or other backing.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To treat (someone) to drinks.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To pay for (drinks).
  • phrasal-verb: set up Informal To stimulate or exhilarate: a victory that really set the team up.
  • phrasal-verb: set up To lay plans for: set up a kidnapping.
  • phrasal-verb: set up Informal To put (someone else) into a compromising situation by deceit or trickery: Swindlers have set me up.
  • phrasal-verb: set up Sports To make a pass to (a teammate), creating a scoring opportunity.
  • phrasal-verb: set upon To attack violently: Guards set dogs upon the escaping prisoners.
  • idiom: set fire to To cause to ignite and burn.
  • idiom: set foot in To enter.
  • idiom: set foot on To step on.
  • idiom: set in motion To give impetus to: The indictment set the judicial process in motion.
  • idiom: set (one's) heart on To be determined to do something.
  • idiom: set (one's) sights on To have as a goal: She set her sights on medical school.
  • idiom: set on fire To cause to ignite and burn.
  • idiom: set on fire To cause to become excited: The music set the audience on fire.
  • idiom: set sail Nautical To begin a voyage on water.
  • idiom: set (someone) straight To correct (someone) by providing full and accurate information.
  • idiom: set store by To regard as valuable or worthwhile.
  • idiom: set the pace To go at a speed that other competitors attempt to match or surpass.
  • idiom: set the pace To behave or perform in a way that others try to emulate.
  • idiom: set the stage for To provide the underlying basis for: saber rattling that set the stage for war.
  • idiom: set up housekeeping To establish a household.
  • idiom: set up shop To establish one's business operations.
  • noun: A group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used: a chess set.
  • noun: A group of persons sharing a common interest: the high-school set.
  • noun: A group of books or periodicals published as a unit.
  • noun: A number of couples required for participation in a square dance.
  • noun: The movements constituting a square dance.
  • noun: The scenery constructed for a theatrical performance.
  • noun: The entire enclosure in which a movie is filmed; the sound stage.
  • noun: Music A session of music, typically dance music, played before an intermission.
  • noun: Music The music so played.
  • noun: The collective receiving apparatus assembled to operate a radio or television.
  • noun: Mathematics A collection of distinct elements having specific common properties: a set of positive integers.
  • noun: Sports A group of games constituting one division or unit of a match, as in tennis.
  • noun: Sports An offensive formation in football or basketball.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • dėti
  • talpinti
  • kietėti
  • tirštėti
  • gulėti (apie drabužį)
  • leistis (apie saulę)
  • sodinti (augalą)
  • to set about pradėti
  • to set against priešpastatyti
  • to setaside a) atidėti
  • atmesti
  • to
  • Iv (set)
  • statyti
  • to setat pulti (ką)
  • užsiundyti
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