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set about to (do something or go somewhere)
to begin or start something, to prepare to go somewhere
We set about to prepare for our move to a bigger building.
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  • set back (someone or something) or set (someone or something) back
  • set eyes on (someone or something)
  • set fire to (something)
  • set foot (somewhere)
  • set forth (something)
  • set forth (somewhere)
  • set great store on (someone or something)
  • set in
  • set in one's ways
  • set one's sights on (something)
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  • next of kin
  • see one`s way clear to (do something)
  • let (someone) know (about something)
  • true to form
  • sweep (someone) off his or her feet
  • on the face of it
  • out of favor (with someone)
  • signal to (someone) to do (something)
  • mind one's manners
  • try on (something) or try (something) on

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