Set down - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈset ˈdaʊn|
Brit.  |set daʊn|

verb

- put down in writing; of texts, musical compositions, etc. (syn: get down, put down, write down)
- reach or come to rest (syn: land)
- put or settle into a position
The hotel was set down at the bottom of the valley
- cause to sit or seat or be in a settled position or place (syn: put down)
set down your bags here
- go ashore (syn: debark, disembark)
- remove (cargo, people, etc.) from and leave (syn: discharge, drop, drop off, put down, unload)

Extra examples

The second passenger asked to be set down at the church.

I have the details set down here in my notes.

As the man had rough hands, I set him down for a farm worker.

I'm sorry, I'd set you down as belonging to the other group.

Since she did not answer, I set her down as fearful and nervous.

Pushing people need to be set down.

I set his bad temper down to his recent illness.

The hotel was set down at the bottom of the valley

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