What is the Meaning of SET UP?
set s.t. up
set up s.t.
put physical things in place for an occasion (e.g., tables, chairs, etc.)
This suggests assembling and “standing” things in the right places.
1. “You don’t have to do a thing,” said Dave. “The caterers will come in the afternoon and bring the food and set everything up.”
2. This tent is sure a lot easier to set up than the one my parents had when I was a kid!
|present participle:||SETTING UP|
|past participle:||SET UP|
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