set+to+rights

  • 1 set to rights — ▪ To set in order ▪ To correct ● right …

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  • 2 set to rights — index file (arrange), rectify Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 set\ to\ rights — • put to rights • set to rights v. phr. informal To put in good order; clean up. It took the company a long time to put the office to rights after the fire. It took Mrs. Smith an hour to set the room to rights after the party …

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  • 4 set to rights — ► put (or set) to rights restore to the correct or normal state. Main Entry: ↑right …

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  • 5 set to rights — See: PUT TO RIGHTS …

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  • 6 set to rights — See: PUT TO RIGHTS …

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  • 7 set to rights — Adjust, regulate, put in order, put to rights …

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  • 8 set to rights — insert order, make orderly …

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  • 9 To set to rights — Right Right, n. [AS. right. See {Right}, a.] 1. That which is right or correct. Specifically: (a) The straight course; adherence to duty; obedience to lawful authority, divine or human; freedom from guilt, the opposite of moral wrong. (b) A true… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 10 put/set to rights — put/set (something) to rights : to put (something) back into the normal or proper condition He helped his mother put things to rights [=put things in order] after his father died. • • • Main Entry: ↑right …

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  • 11 set-off — index counterclaim, drawback Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 set off …

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  • 12 set up — Synonyms and related words: abet, aggrandize, aggravate, aid, amend, angel, animate, annoy, apotheose, apotheosize, arouse, arrange, array, assemble, assist, author, avail, back, bail out, bankroll, base, bear, bear a hand, beatify, befriend,… …

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  • 13 set right — Synonyms and related words: accommodate, accord, adapt, adjust, adjust to, amend, assimilate, atone, attune, awaken, break the spell, broaden the mind, burst the bubble, catechize, civilize, compensate, conduct to, coordinate, correct, cover, cut …

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  • 14 set straight — Synonyms and related words: admonish, amend, awaken, break the spell, bring to book, burst the bubble, call to account, chastise, chide, compensate, conduct to, correct, debunk, direct to, disabuse, disappoint, disenchant, disentangle, disillude …

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  • 15 set — [c]/sɛt / (say set) verb (set, setting) –verb (t) 1. to put in a particular place or position: to set a vase on a table. 2. to put into some condition or relation: to set a house on fire. 3. to apply: to set fire to a house. 4. to cause to begin …

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  • 16 Rights Managed — refers to a type of contract between a two entities (the licensor and licensee), that is employed when licensing the rights to use content, such as photographs. The term Rights Managed means that the seller of the license is specifically giving… …

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  • 17 set the world to rights — set/put/the world to rights humorous phrase to have a conversation with someone in which you exchange opinions on a range of subjects, especially opinions on how to solve society’s problems Thesaurus: to have a conversation with someonesynonym… …

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  • 18 Set Persson — (1897 1960) was a Swedish communist leader. Persson was born on March 5 1897 in Stockholm, but as an orphan he was raised by relatives in Hälsingland. He was a good student in school, but left his studies at the age of 14 to start to work in the… …

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  • 19 Set Enterprises — is a card game publishing company based in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Set Enterprises produces several different dedicated deck card games and has won several Mensa Select awards from American Mensa for its games [… …

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  • 20 rights offerings — USA An offering that provides an issuer s existing stockholders the opportunity to buy a pro rata portion of additional shares of stock. These additional shares are offered at a specific price per share (the subscription price), which is… …

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