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NOUN USES 名词用法
N-COUNT 一套;一组;一系列 A set of things is a number of things that belong together or that are thought of as a group.
There must be one set of laws for the whole of the country...
I might need a spare set of clothes...
N-COUNT (网球比赛中的)盘 In tennis, a set is one of the groups of six or more games that form part of a match.
Graf was leading 5-1 in the first set.
格拉芙第一盘以 5 比 1 领先。
N-COUNT (数学中的)集，集合 In mathematics, a set is a group of mathematical quantities that have some characteristic in common.
N-COUNT (一场音乐会中所演唱或演奏的)一组歌曲(或乐曲) A band's or musician's set is the group of songs or tunes that they perform at a concert.
The band continued with their set after a short break...
He plays a solo acoustic set.
N-SING (经常碰面或趣味相同的)一伙(或一帮、一群)人 You can refer to a group of people as a set if they meet together socially or have the same interests and lifestyle.
He belonged to what the press called 'The Chelsea Set'.
N-COUNT (话剧的)布景;(电影的)摄影棚，拍片现场 The set for a play, film, or television show is the furniture and scenery that is on the stage when the play is being performed or in the studio where filming takes place.
From the first moment he got on the set, he wanted to be a director too...
...his stage sets for the Folies Bergeres.
N-SING (尤指坚定的)神情，姿态，姿势 The set of someone's face or part of their body is the way that it is fixed in a particular expression or position, especially one that shows determination.
Matt looked at Hugh and saw the stubbornness in the set of his shoulders...
Artist Richard Stone has captured in her eyes and the set of her face her steely determination.
N-COUNT (电视机等)家用电器 A set is an appliance. For example, a television set is a television.
Children spend so much time in front of the television set...
We got our first set — black and white — in 1963.
VERB AND ADJECTIVE USES 动词和形容词用法
VERB (尤指小心翼翼地)放，置 If you set something somewhere, you put it there, especially in a careful or deliberate way.
He took the case out of her hand and set it on the floor...
When he set his glass down he spilled a little drink.
ADJ 位于…的;坐落在…的 If something is set in a particular place or position, it is in that place or position.
The castle is set in 25 acres of beautiful grounds...
这座城堡坐落于一片方圆 25 英亩、风景秀丽的土地上。
Quiberon is set on an eight-mile peninsula.
基伯龙位于一个 8 英里大小的半岛上。
ADJ 镶于…上的;嵌在…上的 If something is set into a surface, it is fixed there and does not stick out.
The man unlocked a gate set in a high wall and let me through...
Set into an alcove under the side deck is a tiny wash basin.
VERB 使处于(某种状态或情况) You can use set to say that a person or thing causes another person or thing to be in a particular condition or situation. For example, to set someone free means to cause them to be free, and to set something going means to cause it to start working.
Set the kitchen timer going...
A phrase from the conference floor set my mind wandering...
VERB 设置，调整好，调准(钟表等) When you set a clock or control, you adjust it to a particular point or level.
Set the volume as high as possible...
I forgot to set my alarm and I overslept.
VERB 决定，确定(日期、价格、目标或水准) If you set a date, price, goal, or level, you decide what it will be.
The conference chairman has set a deadline of noon tomorrow...
A date will be set for a future meeting...
VERB 估定(价值);认为有（…价值) If you set a certain value on something, you think it has that value.
She sets a high value on autonomy...
If you set no value on being a woman yourself, how can you expect others to?
VERB 树立(榜样);创造(纪录);开创(先例) If you set something such as a record, an example, or a precedent, you do something that people will want to copy or try to achieve.
Legal experts said her case would not set a precedent because it was an out-of-court settlement...
A new world marathon record of 2 hrs, 8 min, 5 sec, was set by Stephen Jones of Great Britain...
英国的斯蒂芬·琼斯创造了新的马拉松世界纪录—— 2 小时 8 分零 5 秒。
VERB 分配;布置;指派 If someone sets you a task or aim or if you set yourself a task or aim, you need to succeed in doing it.
I have to plan my academic work very rigidly and set myself clear objectives...
We will train you first before we set you a task...
VERB 出(试题、试卷) To set an examination or a question paper means to decide what questions will be asked in it.
He broke with the tradition of setting examinations in Latin.
ADJ 安排好的;确定的;固定的 You use set to describe something which is fixed and cannot be changed.
Investors can apply for a package of shares at a set price...
A set period of fasting is supposed to bring us closer to godliness...
ADJ (学习书目)指定的 A set book must be studied by students taking a particular course.
One of the set books is Jane Austen's Emma.
ADJ (戏剧、电影、小说等)以(某时或某地)为背景的 If a play, film, or story is set in a particular place or period of time, the events in it take place in that place or period.
The play is set in a small Midwestern town.
...a 1964 science fiction novel by Philip K Dick, set in 1994 in a colony of humans on Mars...
菲利普·K.迪克 1964 年写的一部以 1994 年火星上一个人类聚居地为背景的科幻小说。
ADJ 做好准备的;可能的 If you are set to do something, you are ready to do it or are likely to do it. If something is set to happen, it is about to happen or likely to happen.
Roberto Baggio was set to become one of the greatest players of all time...
The talks are set to continue through the week.
ADJ 下定决心的;坚决的 If you are set on something, you are strongly determined to do or have it. If you are set against something, you are strongly determined not to do or have it.
She was set on going to an all-girls school...
Margaret was always mischievous and set on her own individual course...
VERB 使表现出，显出(坚定的表情) If you set your face or jaw, you put on a fixed expression of determination.
Instead, she set her jaw grimly and waited in silence...
He came insolently towards Mr. Won, his features set in a scowl.
VERB 凝固;凝结;变硬 When something such as jelly, melted plastic, or cement sets, it becomes firm or hard.
You can add ingredients to these desserts as they begin to set...
Lower the heat and allow the omelet to set on the bottom...
VERB (太阳)落山，落下 When the sun sets, it goes below the horizon.
They watched the sun set behind the distant dales.
...the red glow of the setting sun.
VERB 设置，安排，设计(陷阱) To set a trap means to prepare it to catch someone or something.
He seemed to think I was setting some sort of trap for him...
They dug trenches in their path and set booby traps.
VERB 在(桌)上摆放餐具 When someone sets the table, they prepare it for a meal by putting plates and cutlery on it.
VERB 为…谱(曲);为…配(乐) If someone sets a poem or a piece of writing to music, they write music for the words to be sung to.
He has attracted much interest by setting ancient religious texts to music.
PHRASE 为…做准备;为…铺平了道路 If someone sets the scene or sets the stage for an event to take place, they make preparations so that it can take place.
The Democrat convention has set the scene for a ferocious election campaign this autumn...
The company has been setting the stage recently for progress in the US.
PHRASE 守旧的;一成不变的;固执的 If you say that someone is set in their ways, you are being critical of the fact that they have fixed habits and ideas which they will not easily change, even though they may be old-fashioned.
PHRASAL VERB 建起;设立;设置 If you set up a temporary structure, you place it or build it somewhere.
They took to the streets, setting up roadblocks of burning tyres...
200 peace activists are planning to set up a peace camp at the border.
PHRASAL VERB 安装，装配，调试(设备或机器) If you set up a device or piece of machinery, you do the things that are necessary for it to be able to start working.
Setting up the camera can be tricky...
I set up the computer so that they could work from home.
PHRASAL VERB 立业;开业;创业 If you set up somewhere or set yourself up somewhere, you establish yourself in a new business or new area.
The mayor's scheme offers incentives to firms setting up in lower Manhattan...
He worked as a dance instructor in London before setting himself up in Bucharest...
PHRASAL VERB 安(家);开(店) If you set up home or set up shop, you buy a house or business of your own and start living or working there.
They married, and set up home in Ramsgate.
...20 businessmen hoping to set up shop in Japan.
PHRASAL VERB 引起;引发;产生 If something sets up something such as a process, it creates it or causes it to begin.
The secondary current sets up a magnetic field inside the tube...
This can help you satisfy the craving without setting up problems later on.
PHRASAL VERB 使更健康;使更有活力;使状态更好 If something sets you up for something, it puts you in a good condition or position to deal with it, for example by making you feel healthy and energetic.
I have my cornflakes and smell the fresh air and the grass and it sets me up for the day...
The win sets us up perfectly for the match in Belgium.
PHRASAL VERB 诬陷;陷害;冤枉 If you are set up by someone, they make it seem that you have done something wrong when you have not.
He claimed he had been set up after drugs were discovered at his home...
Maybe Angelo tried to set us up.