set sth down Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"set sth down" in British English

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set sth down

phrasal verb with set uk   us   /set/ verb (present participle setting, past tense and past participle set)

set sth down (WRITING)

[often passive] to write or ​print something, ​especially to ​record it in a ​formaldocument: The ​rules of the ​club are set down in the ​members' ​handbook.

set sth down (AIRCRAFT)

to ​land an ​aircraft
(Definition of set sth down from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"set sth down" in Business English

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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.
(Definition of set sth down from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “set sth down”
in Chinese (Simplified) 记录, (尤指作为正式文件)写下,记录下…
in Chinese (Traditional) 記錄, (尤指作爲正式檔)寫下,記錄下…
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