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Significado de “set sth up” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "set sth up" - Diccionario Inglés

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set sth up

phrasal verb with set uk   /set/  us   /set/ verb (present participle setting, past tense and past participle set)
B1 to formally establish a new company, organization, system, way of working, etc.: A committee has been set up to organize social events for the students. She plans to set up her own business. They've set up a fund for victims of the earthquake.
B2 to arrange for an event or activity to happen: We need to set up a meeting to discuss the proposals. The government has agreed to set up a public enquiry.

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set (sth) up

phrasal verb with set uk   /set/  us   /set/ verb (present participle setting, past tense and past participle set)
(Definition of set sth up from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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set sth up

phrasal verb with set uk   us   /set/ verb (setting, set, set)
COMMERCE to formally establish a new company, organization, system, way of working, etc.: The company has now set up a website. set up a business/company Financial services companies must set up a system of self-regulation.
to arrange for an event or activity to happen: set up a meeting I'll set up an appointment.
(Definition of set sth up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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