set+down

  • 1set down — I verb book, calender, chronicle, commit to writing, docket, enter, jot down, line up, list, note, place, plan, post, program, put on record, record, register, schedule, slate associated concepts: set down for trial II index alight, avow,… …

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  • 2set down — (something) to write or print something. He set down his memories of his trip to Italy as a child. When you get a chance, set your ideas down on paper. Related vocabulary: lay down something …

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  • 3set down — ► set down record in writing or as an authoritative rule or principle. Main Entry: ↑set …

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  • 4set-down — setˈ down noun 1. A rebuff or snub 2. A scolding • • • Main Entry: ↑set …

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  • 5set|down — «SEHT DOWN», noun. a humiliating rebuke or rebuff: »I wish you had been there…to have given him one of your setdowns (Jane Austen) …

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  • 6set down to — index attribute Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 7set down — verb 1. put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc. (Freq. 2) • Syn: ↑write down, ↑get down, ↑put down • Hypernyms: ↑write • Hyponyms: ↑transcri …

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  • 8set down — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms set down : present tense I/you/we/they set down he/she/it sets down present participle setting down past tense set down past participle set down 1) to write something on a piece of paper so that it will not be …

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  • 9set down — {v.} 1. To write; record. * /He set down all his important thoughts in his dairy./ * /At the beginning of his letter Dan set down the date./ Syn.: PUT DOWN. 2. To stop a bus or other vehicle and let (someone) get off. * /The bus driver set her… …

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  • 10set down — {v.} 1. To write; record. * /He set down all his important thoughts in his dairy./ * /At the beginning of his letter Dan set down the date./ Syn.: PUT DOWN. 2. To stop a bus or other vehicle and let (someone) get off. * /The bus driver set her… …

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  • 11set\ down — v 1. To write; record. He set down all his important thoughts in his dairy. At the beginning of his letter Dan set down the date. Syn.: put down 2. To stop a bus or other vehicle and let (someone) get off. The bus driver set her down at the… …

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  • 12set down — 1) he set down his thoughts Syn: write down, put in writing, jot down, note down, make a note of; record, register, log 2) we set down some rules Syn: formulate, draw up, establish, frame; …

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  • 13set down — Synonyms and related words: abase, abash, account for, accredit with, accrete to, acknowledge, admonish, affirm, allege, announce, annunciate, apply to, argue, ascribe to, assert, assever, asseverate, assign to, attach to, attribute to, aver,… …

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  • 14set down — 1) PHRASAL VERB If a committee or organization sets down rules for doing something, it decides what they should be and officially records them. [V P n (not pron)] The Dublin Convention of June 1990 sets down rules for deciding which EC country… …

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  • 15set-down — /ˈsɛt daʊn/ (say set down) noun 1. stop at which to alight from a bus, tram, etc.: first set down Market Street. 2. a brief landing made by an aeroplane at an airport en route to its destination …

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  • 16set down — verb a) To write I set down this account so others may benefit from my experience. b) To place, especially on the ground or a surface; to cease carrying …

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  • 17set down — phr verb Set down is used with these nouns as the object: ↑basket, ↑beaker, ↑cup, ↑glass, ↑tray …

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  • 18set down — To set down a cause for trial or hearing at a given term is to enter its title in the calendar, list, or docket of causes which are to be brought on at that term …

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  • 19set down — transitive verb Date: 15th century 1. to cause to sit down ; seat 2. to place at rest on a surface or on the ground 3. to suspend (a jockey) from racing 4. to cause or allow to get off a vehicle ; deliver 5. to land (an airplane) on the ground or …

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  • 20set down — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. put on paper, register, write out; see record 1 , write 1 , 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb 1. To register in or as if in a book: book, catalog, enroll, inscribe, list1, write down. See REMEMBER. 2. To come to rest on… …

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