Set out - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈset ˈaʊt|
Brit.  |set ˈaʊt|

verb

- take the first step or steps in carrying out an action (syn: begin, commence, get, get down, set about, start, start out)
- lay out orderly or logically in a line or as if in a line (syn: array, lay out, range)
- leave (syn: depart, part, set forth, set off, start, start out, take off)

Extra examples

Her uncle helped her to set out as a professional singer.

The wedding gifts are set out in the next room for guests to admire.

Breakfast was set out in a small room.

The hat sets you out.

This is not what I set out to learn when I took this course.

...in his inaugural address, the president set out his vision for the nation over the next four years...

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