set up

Definitions

General English

  • phrasal verb to deceive someone deliberately

General Science

  • noun
    (written as set-up)
    the way in which an application or system is initialised, defined or started

Banking

  • phrasal verb to begin something, or to organise something new

Computing

Construction

  • The stationing of a surveying instrument, such as a transit.
  • Descriptive of concrete or similar firm material.
  • In plumbing, to bend up the edge of a sheet of lead lining material.
  • To caulk a pipe joint with lead by driving it in with a blunt chisel.

Investing

  • phrasal verb to begin something, or to organise something new
    to start a company legally
    to start a new business

Media Studies

  • noun
    (written as set-up)
    the three main light sources on a film set, consisting of the key light, the fill light and the backlight

Military

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