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set upLogically order.Rate it:

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set upTo cause to happenRate it:

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set upTo trap or ensnare.Rate it:

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set upArrange for an outcome; to tamper or rig.Rate it:

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set upTo gel or harden.Rate it:

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set upto provide the money or other support that someone needs for an important task or activity.Rate it:

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set upto establish someone in a business or position.Rate it:

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set upto trick someone in order to make them do something.Rate it:

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set upTo make proud or conceited.Rate it:

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set upTo matchmake; to arrange a date between two people.Rate it:

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set upTo create a goalscoring opportunity.Rate it:

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set upTo begin business or a scheme of life.Rate it:

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set upTo profess openly; to make pretensions.Rate it:

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set upTo found; to startRate it:

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set up shopTo establish a business.Rate it:

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set up shopTo physically arrange a shop or workplace.Rate it:

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set uponTo attack someone.Rate it:

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Set Your Teeth on EdgeTo cause irritation and displeasure to someone, to annoy someone by doing something frustratingRate it:

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to set asail?set off to sailRate it:

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We only admire Sun Rise and Sun Set, like humansWe only admire humans when they are born and about to leave the world.Rate it:

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blaze a trailTo set precedent or do something novel; to break new ground.Rate it:

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brass ringOne and one half inch diameter iron rings were offered riders on a Carousel by a dispensing device alongside: A Brass Ring was inserted into the dispenser at random. The Carousel Rider who succeeded in snatching the Brass Ring was rewarded A Free Ride upon return to the Operator of the Brass Ring:Rate it:

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give me liberty or give me deathA set-phrase indicating enormous displeasure at any over-authoritarian policy or law.Rate it:

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rogues' galleryA set of pictures of convicted or suspected criminals used in law enforcement investigations to help witnesses identify suspects.Rate it:

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straw that stirs the drinkThe person who stimulates or inspires a group; the major factor affecting a trend or set of developments.Rate it:

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water over the damAn event or set of events which has already happened and cannot be changed.Rate it:

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read to filth (or) read for filthBasically to scold, or to get called out on something; to reprimand, to degrade, to cuss out, to correct, to set them straight, to tell them what's what & who's who.Rate it:

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put downTo set down, stop carrying, or place in a low location.Rate it:

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a stitch in time saves nineA little effort expended sooner to fix a small problem prevents it from becoming a larger problem requiring more effort to fix later; A little preparation can eliminate the need for repairs later; consistency (achieving a set rhythm) is better than trying to rush ahead.Rate it:

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fall in withTo accept a set of generally agreed rules, or a suggestion.Rate it:

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get the ball rollingTo begin; to start some action; to set in motion.Rate it:

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pit againstTo set someone in opposition to someone else.Rate it:

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stand upTo bring something up and set it into a standing position.Rate it:

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state of affairsA specific situation; a set of circumstances.Rate it:

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let her ripTo set off or allow to begin.Rate it:

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slop bowlOne of the four components of the traditional tea set. Tea drinkers emptied their unwanted, cold tea into the slop bowl before refilling their cups with fresh, hot tea.Rate it:

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fox in the henhouseA relationships wherein a predator is granted free reign within the prey's home confinement, often used in the political sense.Rate it:

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lay aboutTo set about, with infinitive or gerund.Rate it:

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let go and let godTo consciously surrender one's free will to the will of God.Rate it:

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three-ring circusA disorderly, complicated, rapidly changing situation or set of events, which is a source of bewilderment, amazement, or amusement.Rate it:

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dial it inTo set up in a perfect or complete way.Rate it:

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get one's finger outTo free one's finger.Rate it:

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necker's knobA knob attached to the steering wheel of an automobile, especially before the widespread availability of power steering, helping the driver steer with one arm and leaving the other arm free to provide romantic attention to a companion.Rate it:

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socialized medicineA politically charged term used to contrast such systems with free market alternatives and emphasize the perceived link to socialism.Rate it:

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à corsaire, corsaire et demiSet a thief to catch a thief.Rate it:

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abesse a culpato be free from blame.Rate it:

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accendere, incendere aedificiato set buildings on fire.Rate it:

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ad Romam proficiscito set out for Rome.Rate it:

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agmen agereto set the army in motion.Rate it:

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Appia via proficiscito set out by the Appian road.Rate it:

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