set out (something)


set out (something)
set out (something) 1. to give the details of or explain something, esp. in writing.

Your contract sets out the terms and conditions of your employment.

2. to put something in a particular place.

The waiter cleared the table and set out silverware for their next course.

Put your trash in a garbage bag and set it out by the curb.


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