- well established and ready to function
- begin, or enable someone else to begin, a venture by providing the means, logistics, etc.
- arrange the outcome of by means of deceit
- erect and fasten
- set up for use
- equip with sails or masts
- arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
- put into a proper or systematic order
- make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc
- get ready for a particular purpose or event
- take or catch as if in a snare or trap
- set up or found
- create by putting components or members together
- construct, build, or erect
For seriously disabled children, every welfare home has set up a special education class that teaches self-sufficiency
That night when I called home, Jeanine was very upset that the penguin had disappeared.
Brunot changed the name to Scrabble, revised Betts's apparently complicated rules and set up shop in an abandoned schoolhouse
The political apparatus set up by the government is used to settle industrial disputes.
Course set up;curriculum provision
Recently, I was excited to hear that you have set up a special laboratory for the testing of photography equipment.
"At once Baner set up a clamour for some meat, but his grandmother slapped him and told him to keep away."
"and to make this point clear, the museum has set up a special touching pool for children. "
"Build up assets first. Then, buy the big house or nice car. Being stuck in the rat race is not intelligent."
Set up; establish;provide for
well set up
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3.[~ (to sb/sth)]靠近（某人或某物）