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Translation of "set" - English-Polish dictionary

set

noun [C]     /set/
GROUP
A2 a group of things which belong together zestaw, komplet, lista a set of instructions/rules a set of keys/toolsGroups and collections of thingsVariety and mixturesNumerical relationships
FILM/PLAY
B2 the place where a film or play is performed or recorded, and the pictures, furniture, etc that are used plan They first met on the set of 'Star Wars'.Theatres, cinemas and their partsProduction, direction and recording
TENNIS
B2 one part of a tennis match set Agassi is leading by four games to one in the third set.Tennis and racket sports
TV/RADIO
B1 a television or radio odbiornik a TV setTelevision
MUSIC
a group of songs or tunes that go together to make a musical performance program Musical performances
MATHS
a group of numbers or things zbiór Numerical relationships
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