set up vs setup

set up setup

Definitions

  • 1) In a position to function; ready.
  • 2) To cause to happen
  • 3) sports, transitive To create a goalscoring opportunity (for).
  • 4) Arrange for an outcome; to tamper or rig.
  • 5) To ready something for use.
  • 6) Logically order.
  • 7) To gel or harden.
  • 8) To trap or ensnare.
  • 9) To make (someone) proud or conceited (often in passive).
  • 10) To matchmake; to arrange a date between two people.
  • 11) set up for use
  • 12) put into a proper or systematic order
  • 13) take or catch as if in a snare or trap
  • 14) equip with sails or masts
  • 15) create by putting components or members together
  • 16) erect and fasten
  • 17) arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
  • 18) set up or found
  • 19) arrange the outcome of by means of deceit
  • 20) produce
  • 21) get ready for a particular purpose or event
  • 22) construct, build, or erect
  • 23) make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc
  • 24) begin, or enable someone else to begin, a venture by providing the means, logistics, etc.
  • 25) place

Definitions

  • 1) operations The process of arranging resources for performing a specific operation, as a run of a particular product.
  • 2) computing An installer.
  • 3) The fashion in which something is organized or arranged.
  • 4) An act to frame someone; an effort or arrangement aimed at placing the blame on somebody.
  • 5) Equipment designed for a particular purpose; an apparatus.
  • 6) An endeavor intentionally made easy.
  • 7) A camera position, as for a particular shot in a scene being filmed.
  • 8) A deceptive scheme, such as a fraud or hoax.
  • 9) A plan or strategy for a projected course of action.
  • 10) Sports A play or pass that creates a scoring opportunity.
  • 11) A table setting, as in a restaurant.
  • 12) Informal The collective ingredients, such as ice, mixers, and glasses, necessary for serving various alcoholic drinks.
  • 13) Physical makeup; physique.
  • 14) The way in which something is constituted, arranged, or planned.
  • 15) Body posture or carriage, especially militarily erect bearing.
  • 16) The gathering and organization of the equipment needed for an operation, procedure, or task.
  • 17) A contest prearranged to result in an easy or faked victory.
  • 18) an act that incriminates someone on a false charge
  • 19) the way something is organized or arranged
  • 20) equipment designed to serve a specific function

Examples

  • 1) The first thing we have to do is to find out as much as possible about her intentions and her setup.
  • 2) `Well, for example, you must have a comms setup here to send your copy, am I right?
  • 3) `Once Dr. Kelsey saw the artifacts awaiting shipment, she guessed the setup.

Examples

  • 1) The first thing we have to do is to find out as much as possible about her intentions and her setup.
  • 2) `Well, for example, you must have a comms setup here to send your copy, am I right?
  • 3) `Once Dr. Kelsey saw the artifacts awaiting shipment, she guessed the setup.
  • 4) So I click setup and it just opens up Opera with "file: / NoData / _setup. xml" in the url box with a white screen never ends.
  • 5) The thirteen episodes here are split across four discs in a four/four/five format, though it's worth noting that the title setup on the third disc is set for 69 minutes and a second title for 46 minutes, which makes you question the number of episodes on the disc at first.
  • 6) It's a bit dangerous for me when the setup is as interesting as WWI.
  • 7) This setup is all well and good except for the fact that the position of the TV makes it useful only as long as you are not using anything else at the same time.
  • 8) The cornerstone of this setup is a feature available to almost all newer computers known as Wake-on-LAN (or WOL), which — as the name suggests — turns on your PC through your local network.
  • 9) One of the things missing from my setup is the ability to work with parameters in Sonar DAW from a hardware position.
  • 10) Fring is ok but Skype not only simulates the iPhone calling setup, which is quite sexy, but Skype also allows you to use the keypad during a call.
  • 11) The way Gateway has it setup is so that without a valid in-warranty serial, there is no way to get a hold of tech support!
  • 12) The tricky part of the setup is to adjust the length of the deadline.
  • 13) ‘Every adult has a say in governing the country in a democratic set-up and each one's voice is heard and cared for.’
  • 14) ‘There are many benefits of this set-up, some planned and some unexpected.’
  • 15) ‘Yet, sentiments and solidarities based on caste starkly exist within its organisational set-up.’
  • 16) ‘Its main task would be to enlighten people on the role of an elected Government in a democratic set-up and fight for their rights.’
  • 17) ‘These conflicting results may be attributed to differences in the experimental set-up or the organisms used.’
  • 18) ‘In addition, the set-up has to be adjusted accordingly.’
  • 19) ‘The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the set-up of a local Farmers Market planned for the near future.’
  • 20) ‘I believe there are good reasons to modify the set-up, but equally, great care must be taken over any such moves.’
  • 21) ‘Under the current set-up, there is one distributor for each region of the UK.’
  • 22) ‘The set-up feels perfect so we have no plans to change that before the second leg.’
  • 23) ‘They want a political set-up that serves US interests.’
  • 24) ‘Other general banking branches will also take up personal banking services through their existing set-up.’
  • 25) ‘They are perhaps victims of their own ambition, which is more a reflection on the set-up of Scottish football than the Lanarkshire club itself.’
  • 26) ‘This is will be a major element of the new set-up, given that the Health Service Executive will be the biggest employer in Ireland.’
  • 27) ‘Chisholm refuses to be drawn on whether or not he would like to see the abolition of the voucher system but welcomes the Home Office pledge to review the set-up.’
  • 28) ‘The set-up they have would put a lot of clubs to shame.’
  • 29) ‘It remained unclear how much involvement the spy agencies MI5 and GCHQ would have in the new set-up.’
  • 30) ‘It is a set-up that we have already established as Swapo party leadership.’
  • 31) ‘Also, he was not satisfied with the set-up or the standard of refereeing within the league.’
  • 32) ‘The transfer will be the second biggest in Britain - beaten only by Sunderland which disposed of some 38,000 homes in a similar set-up.’
  • 33) ‘He had been rowing for 12 years, five of them as part of the international set-up.’
  • 34) ‘Running a business school under a government set-up has its disadvantages.’
  • 35) ‘In a corporate set-up, the drive to perform better brings about stress.’
  • 36) ‘We're a set-up of six people on stage - female vocalists, an MC, a DJ, a bass player and myself.’
  • 37) ‘Most of the European Governments were run under a coalition set-up and there was nothing wrong in such a system if it worked effectively.’
  • 38) ‘Academy director Martin Spong said they only have themselves to blame and claims the club has not shown any commitment to the youth set-up.’
  • 39) ‘It was all great experience, I suppose, but I got thrown into the international set-up before I should have been.’
  • 40) ‘For security and safety reasons, the only other person in the British set-up allowed at ringside will be the Olympic squad's doctor or physio.’
  • 41) ‘Unlike Huntsman, this is a recent set-up, financed from the start by private equity funds.’
  • 42) ‘A top-heavy, tail-wagging public sector agency like the current set-up is no good for anyone.’
  • 43) ‘This is because it is much more important for them to be part of the watchdog set-up and adequately provide checks and balances to the Executive.’
  • 44) ‘However, the post is not full-time, allowing Hulme to remain very much part of the coaching set-up at Heywood Road.’
  • 45) ‘We have got a good bunch of lads who have come through together from the Academy set-up.’
  • 46) ‘I hear you've got quite the recording set-up in your basement, and you've been cutting a lot of stuff there.’
  • 47) ‘Filming required a specially developed camera that could process three strips of film, and a recording set-up using six microphones.’
  • 48) ‘For an in-house station, the set-up was fairly impressive.’
  • 49) ‘Two drum kits and two keyboard set-ups make it painfully clear why these guys are named after the Greek god of thunder.’
  • 50) ‘Our tackle and set-ups were identical, and the floats sat side-by-side.’
  • 51) ‘Our set-up includes our trusty old VCR that also plugs into the projector.’
  • 52) ‘A Wi-Fi set-up has both the bandwidth and computing power needed to handle several such applications.’
  • 53) ‘No, I've recorded at least four or five other bands with the same set-up.’
  • 54) ‘Was it a set-up by powerful but corrupt Saudis who felt the bootleggers had undercut their market or ripped them off over bribes or a share of the profits?’
  • 55) ‘The thought that this whole thing was a set-up crossed her mind, involuntarily causing her to grip her gun for reassurance.’
  • 56) ‘Is the whole accusation of racism just a set-up?’
  • 57) ‘Did their initial meeting happen by pure chance, or was it a set-up from the beginning, cunningly devised by Bruno?’
  • 58) ‘I have a theory that this could all be a set-up, whereby they are torn apart by the tabloids, but they know full well they have not actually done anything.’
  • 59) ‘When Guishard was arrested on Wednesday night his neighbours attacked the police, claiming it was a set-up.’
  • 60) ‘A drug dealer got shot and they thought it was a set-up so they started driving into the neighbourhood.’
  • 61) ‘These four players constitute a set-up man, two middle relievers, and a leftie.’
  • 62) ‘But the clearance just turned out to a perfect set-up for substitute Neuville to ram in another equaliser.’
  • 63) ‘Matt Anderson, Doug Brocail, Danny Patterson, Jim Poole and Masso Kida are the set-up men.’
  • 64) ‘The team may pursue a big-name set-up man, although I feel that isn't necessary.’
  • 65) ‘Now, it appears Wallace is cast as a set-up man whose fastball occasionally reaches 90.’
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