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Spanish translation of “set”

set

adjective
(often with on) ready, intending or determined (to do something)
listo, preparado
He is set on going.
deliberate
deliberado
He had the set intention of hurting her.
stiff; fixed
fijo
He had a set smile on his face.
not changing or developing
fijo
set ideas.
(with with) having something set in it
engastado
a gold ring set with diamonds.
(Definition of set from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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