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Definition of "setting up" []

  • Present participle of set up. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "setting up" in a sentence
  • "Christianity, as neo-Pythagoreanism did, by setting up the claim that in the teachings of its founder it had a "way of life" preferable to that taught by the Founder of Christianity."
  • "She was forever preparing him for his life, setting up the tenpins, swinging back the heavy ball."
  • "Mr. Seetharaman also mooted the idea of setting up an ice-cream parlour in the park and utilising the profit thereof for maintaining the aquarium."