- 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
To make the tilt front-up, loosen the set screw, insert a screwdriver into the feed bar shaft, and turn it by 90° in the direction of arrow mark.
(1) Battle preparations, which is again divided into setting up camp, striking up the band, mustering the officers, forming ranks and marching off
Following his father's footsteps many years later, Sir Malcolm's son, Donald, also set up a world record.
I felt for it, found it, twisted it up together, and putting it into the expiring flame, set light to it
If a banquet is to be served, the menu must be planned; tables, napery, and table silver must be provided and set up
Set up a memorial,monument, statue,etc
Laying out, removing, or checking and repairing cables and pipelines; Setting up, or removing vessel buoys or other buildings
IDC, a division of IDG, which is engaged in market research and forecast, set up its R&D centers in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.
King Acrisius, in dismay, ordered mother and child to be boxed up in a chest, and set adrift on the sea
In November 1996, he donated 1 million yuan to Hunan University, his Alma Mater, to set up “Xiong Xiaoge Foundation.”