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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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