English to German Meaning :: set

Set, Satz, Reihe, Menge, Gruppe, Serie, Gerät, Sammlung, Garnitur, Paar, Apparat, Besteck, Kreis, Szene, Baukasten, Bühnenbild, Bühnenbau, Kassette, Sitz, Kurs, Malkasten, Frisur, Programmnummer, Bastelkasten, Zusammenflucht, Form, Vorstehen, Bande, Haltung, Service, Spielsetzen, einstellen, festlegen, stellen, legen, einrichten, richten, bestimmen, geben, angeben, aufstellen, festsetzen, einsetzen, stecken, anlegen, fixieren, untergehen, erstarren, einlegen, fest werden, einführen, decken, aufgeben, besetzen, fassen, vorschreiben, zusammenstellen, erzielen, hart werden, herrichten, gelieren, einrenken, anberaumen, vorstehen, gelieren lassen, erringen, eindrehen, auf schön stellen, sich verdicken, zusammenwachsen, einlassen, farbbeständig werden, beständig sein, freundlich sein, ausmachenfestgesetzt, fest, bestimmt, vorgegeben, untergegangen, bereit, fertig, entschlossen, festgefahren, starr, feststehend, unbeweglich
Set :
einstellen
- einstellenPresetSetsTeilmengeungesetzt
 

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Noun(1) a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used(2) (mathematics(3) several exercises intended to be done in series(4) representation consisting of the scenery and other properties used to identify the location of a dramatic production(5) an unofficial association of people or groups(6) a relatively permanent inclination to react in a particular way(7) the act of putting something in position(8) a unit of play in tennis or squash(9) the process of becoming hard or solid by cooling or drying or crystallization(10) evil Egyptian god with the head of a beast that has high square ears and a long snout; brother and murderer of Osiris(11) the descent of a heavenly body below the horizon(12) (psychology(13) any electronic equipment that receives or transmits radio or tv signals
Verb(1) put into a certain place or abstract location(2) fix conclusively or authoritatively(3) decide upon or fix definitely(4) establish as the highest level or best performance(5) put into a certain state; cause to be in a certain state(6) fix in a border(7) make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc(8) set to a certain position or cause to operate correctly(9) locate(10) disappear beyond the horizon(11) adapt for performance in a different way(12) put or set (seeds, seedlings, or plants(13) apply or start(14) become gelatinous(15) set in type(16) put into a position that will restore a normal state
Adjective(1) (usually followed by `to' or `for'(2) fixed and unmoving(3) situated in a particular spot or position(4) set down according to a plan(5) being below the horizon(6) determined or decided upon as by an authority(7) converted to solid form (as concrete

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(1) she had set her hair on small rollers(2) I don't think either one of us comes to the set , or to rehearsals, with preconceived notions of how the scene is going to be.(3) set the fire(4) the hostages were set free(5) It is hard to get going again, hard to get the sails up and set them after the beatings we got.(6) At the end of the set of nine games, the player who has the lowest cumulative score is the winner.(7) a safe distance from shore all sails were set(8) In the past all I had to do was just set the oven temperature and the length of time I wanted to cook.(9) We were advised to order set meals as the a-la-carte items are more expensive.(10) An official date has been set for the opening of Maldon's Combined Military Services Museum.(11) Her heart needed to be set at rest over whether she would ever see him face to face or not.(12) As with the rest of cast, filming in South Africa was an adventure both on set and off.(13) he had his own set of values(14) Writing down the story of my life as it happens is an interesting task I set myself.(15) So for the party interior scenes we didn't have a props person or an art director on set .(16) the Home Secretary set in motion a review of the law
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Synonyms
Adjective
1. fixed ::
Fest
2. inflexible ::
inflexibel
3. stock ::
Stock
4. ready ::
bereit
5. determined to ::
bestimmt zu
6. opposed to ::
im Gegensatz zu
8. determined ::
entschlossen
10. laid ::
laid
Noun
12. group ::
Gruppe
13. clique ::
Clique
14. kit ::
Ausrüstung
15. service ::
Bedienung
16. posture ::
Haltung
17. scenery ::
Landschaft
18. session ::
Session
19. readiness ::
Bereitschaft
21. stage set ::
Bühnenbild
22. circle ::
Kreis
23. bent ::
gebogen
Verb
26. be situated ::
sich befinden
27. fix ::
Fix
28. adorn ::
schmücken
29. lay ::
legen
30. assign ::
zuordnen
31. apply ::
sich bewerben
32. decide on ::
entscheiden über
33. direct ::
Direkte
34. establish ::
Gründen
35. adjust ::
einstellen
36. solidify ::
verfestigen
37. go down ::
gehen
38. sic ::
sic
39. place ::
Ort
40. fructify ::
befruchten
41. gear up ::
aufrüsten
43. localize ::
lokalisieren
44. arrange ::
ordnen
45. countersink ::
versenken
46. mark ::
Kennzeichen
47. plant ::
Pflanze
48. define ::
definieren
49. coiffe ::
coiffe
50. determine ::
bestimmen
51. jell ::
gelieren
52. typeset ::
setzen
Antonyms
1. loose ::
lose
2. loosen ::
lösen
3. unloose ::
lösen
Different Forms
preset, presets, set, sets, subset, subsets, unset
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