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2 Translation results for to set in Spanish

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set verb

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set, has set, is setting, sets
poner; fraguar (dícese del cemento, etc.), cuajar (dícese de la gelatina, etc.); sentar; ponerse (dícese del sol o de la luna); fijar, establecer; poner (un reloj, etc.); hacer

Example sentences of
set verb

  • We need to set some extra chairs around the table.
  • He set the ladder against the wall and walked away.
  • I remember setting my bag right here.
  • They set the bricks along the walkway.
  • The jeweler can set the stone several different ways.
  • He turned off the car and set the parking brake.
  • Rangers will set a trap to catch the bear.
  • We set an extra place at the table for our guest.

Synonyms of
set verb

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¿Sabes el significado de set up?
  • Set up significa prepararse para algo poniendo cosas donde tienen que estar. También significa organizar > I’m going to set up a meeting with our boss. Adicionalmente puede significar establecer > He set up a charity on behalf of his family.

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alistarse, prepararse

Reverse translation for to set

poner  - to contribute, to put, to place, to set up, to establish, to install, to put in, to make, to turn on, to switch on, to suppose, to lay (eggs), to lay eggs, to put in, to add, 
fraguar  (dícese del cemento, etc.) - to forge, to set, to solidify, to conceive, to concoct, to hatch 
cuajar  (dícese de la gelatina, etc.) - to curdle, to curdle, to clot, to coagulate, to set, to jell, to be accepted 
sentar  - to seat, to sit, to suit, to establish, to set, to agree with (of food or drink), to please 
ponerse  (dícese del sol o de la luna) - to move (into a position), to put on, to wear, to thrown on (clothes), to become, to turn, to set (of the sun or moon) 
fijar  - to fasten, to affix, to establish, to set up, to set, to fix 
establecer  - to establish, to found, to set up 
poner  (un reloj, etc.) - to contribute, to put, to place, to set up, to establish, to install, to put in, to make, to turn on, to switch on, to suppose, to lay (eggs), to lay eggs, to put in, to add, 
hacer  - to act, to make, to do, to perform, to force, to oblige 
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