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Meaning of “setting” - Learner’s Dictionary

setting

noun [C]     /ˈsetɪŋ/
PLACE
B2 the place where something is or where something happens, often in a book, play, or film: The house provided the setting for the TV series 'Pride and Prejudice'.Environments and localities
LEVEL
a position on the controls of a piece of equipment: Set the oven at the lowest setting.Electrical switches and connections
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