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set sth down

phrasal verb with set uk   us   /set/ verb (setting, set, set)
[often passive] to ​record or ​state, especially in a ​formaldocument, ​rules or ​principles about something: The ​cutbacks will ​help AWG ​achieve the tough ​efficiencytargets set down by the ​regulator.set sth down in sth The ​generalduties of ​employers to their ​employees are set down in ​Article 4 of the Order.
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