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set sth out

phrasal verb with set uk   /set/ us   /set/ verb present participle setting, past tense and past participle set
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B2 formal set sth forth to give the details of something or to explain it, especially in writing, in a clear, organized way: The board has set out its goals/plans/proposals for the coming year. Your contract will set out the terms and conditions of your employment.
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set sth out

formal set sth forth
phrasal verb with set uk   /set/ us   verb setting, set, set
to give the details of something or to explain it in a clear, organized way, especially in writing: set out plans/goals/proposals Your contract will set out the terms and conditions of your employment. Ms Hewitt defended the timetable for repairs set out by the company.
(Definition of set sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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