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set

adjective
 
 
/set/
[before noun] fixed or never changing: a set price/amount There is no set date for the announcement.
[after verb] ready or likely to happen: be set to do sth Fears that interest rates are set to rise have knocked stock markets around the world. Two new factories are set to open next year.be set for sth The euro could even be set for a rapid recovery.
(Definition of set adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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