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set up 开办;建立;设立

set oneself up as 以…自居

set up 创立,建立,树立;资助,扶持

set up

setup ['setʌp] 设置

鸿门宴 Hongmen banquet--a feast or meeting set up as a trap for the invited

政府搭台,部门推动,企业唱戏 "Governments set up the stage, various departments cooperate and enterprise put in the show. "

to establish(enter into, set up)business relationship 建立业务关系

crash simulation test set-up

You set me up!

revolution —
①an injustice that serves to replace as soon as possible the injustice of yesterday by the injustice of tomorrow
②the setting-up of a new order contradictory to the traditional one

With the use of the Internet, many virtual communities are set up.

A fund was set up to protect the rare plants.

She found it difficult to set up a new routine after the end of her career.

They’ve set up a fund for victims of the disaster.

The high winds set up dangerous driving conditions.

After he left college, his father set him up in the furniture trade.

The thief tried to set his companion up for punishment but he too was caught and tried.

People in the neighborhood objected to the government’s decision of setting up a new food store here.

The event set up a chain reaction in the stock markets.

A special committee has been set up to examine the details of the suggestion.

This wet weather sets up the ache in my old wound.

The sudden fall on Wall Street set up a chain reaction in stock markets around the world.

I need $2,000 to set up the project, but I suppose $1,500 would do in a pinch.

You set me up! 你出卖我!

He set up a fine example to all of us. 他为我们树立了一个好榜样。

No prudent person dared to act on the assumption that, when the continent was settled, one government could include the whole; and when the vast expense broke up, as seemed inevitable, into a collection of separate nations, only discord, antagonism, and wars could be expected.

To proceed thus is to set up a fivefold hypothesis that enables you to gather from the innumerable items cast up by the sea of experience upon the shores of your observation only the limited number of relevant data—relevant, that is, to one or more of the five factors of your hypothesis.

Would you help me set the table? *set the table 是将刀、叉和杯子在桌子上摆好,准备吃饭的意思。
Would you help me set the table? (你能帮我准备餐具吗?)
I'd be happy to. (乐意之至。)
Help me set up the table, will you? (你能帮我把餐具摆好吗?)

@@@ 开始
acquire a taste for sth. 对...有兴趣, 开始喜欢
come from 开始于...; 起源于...; 出生
come into effect 开始生效, 开始实行
come on (劝说等)来吧; 开始
get busy 开始工作
get cracking 开始; (尤指)大干起来
get down to 开始认真做...
get going 开始, 着手
get off on the wrong foot 开始就不顺利; 一开始就犯了个错误
get off the ground (指活动、事业等)顺利开始
get set 准备好开始
get the ball rolling 开始某种活动, 开始
get to work (on) 开始工作; 开始做...
go ahead 先请; 请开始吧; 继续
go off 爆炸; (闹钟、雷)开始响起来
start out 开始时打算, 本来想要; 动身
take up 1.开始从事
3.接纳, 吸收

@@@ 好, 善, 美
all right 1.好(与OK的用法相同); 良好
2.毫无疑问地, 显然
be better off doing sth. 日子更好过, 处境更加佳
be good at 善于, 擅长于
by all means 一定; (表示答应)好的, 当然可以
change for the better 改进; 改善; 好转
cheer (sb.) up 使高兴, 使情绪好转
cope with 对付...; 妥善处理棘手之事
do a good job 干得出色, 干得好
do well 做得好, 进展得好
excel in 擅长
fawn on 讨好, 奉承
fine arts 美术
for the better 好转, 向好的方向发展
for the good of 为了对...有好处; 为了...的利益
get/be ready for 准备好
get ... right 把...做好, 把...弄对
get off the ground (指活动、事业等)顺利开始
get set 准备好开始
go well 事情顺利进行
good nature 好脾气
good temper 好心情
had better do sth. 最好还是; 应该
have (sth.) in mind 考虑好; 打算
have a heart of gold 好心肠
hit it off 相处得很好; 合得来
if only 要是...就好了(用以表示对现时或未来的愿望)
in a good mood 心情好, 高兴
in good condition 状态良好
in shape 1.在外形上
2.处于良好状态, 健康
make the best of 善处(逆境); 尽量做好
pay off 1.证明是成功的; 做...是有好处的或值得的
prepare for 准备好, 做...打算
put away 1.把...收起来, 放好
2.存储以备他日之需, 积攒
set the stage for sth. 为某事做好准备或创造条件
superior to 好于, 优于; 高于
take a rain check (on sth.) 谢绝一番好意, 但答应日后接受
think much of 高度评价; 认为不错
too good to be true 太好以致于不现实, 令人难以置信
with flying colors 出色地

@@@ 安排, 计划, 准备
arrange sth. for ... 为...筹备; 为...安排
design to do sth. 计划; 打算将...用作
crack a book 打开书准备学习
dust off 除去灰尘; 备用
equip with 装备, 配备
fit in 1.放/嵌进去
for a rainy day (存钱)以备不时之需
get/be ready for 准备好
get set 准备好开始
have (sth.) in mind 考虑好; 打算
hit the books 做功课; 准备功课
lay out 展开, 有计划地安排
line up 准备停当; 计划, 安排
make arrangements for sb./sth. (为...)安排; 预定
map out 筹划, 安排
play it by ear 事先不做准备; 即兴
prepare for 准备好, 做...打算
put away 1.把...收起来, 放好
2.存储以备他日之需, 积攒
set the stage for sth. 为某事做好准备或创造条件
set the table 摆餐具(准备用餐)
sketch out 草拟计划
take (sth.) seriously 认真对待/准备
watch out (for) 当心, 戒备, 提防

@@@ 点缀, 点亮
dotted with (sth.) (某物)星罗棋布于...; 点缀着
interspersed with 散布; 点缀
light up 1.发亮, 点亮
set fire to 使燃烧; 点燃

up : 向上(toward or into a higher position)
lift up 举起
climb up 爬上
come up 上升
get up 起来
stand up 站起来
pick up 检起
draw up 升起
grow up 长大
hand up 拖起
put up 举起
send up 使上升
rise up 升起
look up 抬起头
zip up 拉上
hold up 举起
pile up 堆起
dig up 挖出
take up 拿起
build up 树立
set up 建立

up : 完成,结束(expressing completeness and finality)
finish up 完成
drink up 喝干
eat up 吃光
burn up 烧光
wash up 洗净
use up 用光
fill up 装满
pay up 付清
settle up 解决
lick up 甜净
sum up 总结,
open up 透露
end up 结束
let up 中止, 减少
draw up 停止
close up 停止,关闭
swallow up 吞没
beat up 痛打
cover up 掩盖
break up 结束,分解
wind up 结束

fiddle around玩弄
Don't fiddle around with the television set. You'll end up breaking it.

set up 创立,建立,为…作准备;竖立,架起,建造;开业,开始经商

- break ranks with someone 与……分道扬镳
反义词为:close ranks with someone
People within one party gradually had conflicts on some political issues. Some of them decided to break ranks with others and set up a new party.

安设 install; set up

创办 promote; set up; establish

开办 set up; start; open

兴办 initiate; set up

安家 [ān jiā] /settle down/set up a home/

安排 [ān pái] /to arrange/to plan/to set up/

安设 [ān shè] /install/set up/

摆摊子 [bǎi tān zǐ] /set up a stall/maintain a large staff and organization/

办 [bàn] /to do/to manage/to handle/to go about/to run/to set up/to deal with/

拨 [bō] /to push aside/to appropriate (money)/to move/to set aside/group/batch/to poke/to stir/

不了了之 [bù liǎo liǎo zhī] /settle a matter by leaving it unsettled/end up with nothing definite/

成立 [chéng lì] /establish/set up/

搞 [gǎo] /to do/to make/to go in for/to set up/to get hold of/to take care of/

建 [jiàn] /to establish/to found/to set up/to build/to construct/

建立 [jiàn lì] /creation/set up/construction/build/establish/set up/

结算 [jié suàn] /(v) settle up the bill; close an account/

开办 [kāi bàn] /open/start (a business, etc.)/set up/

开辟 [kāi pì] /to open up/to set up/to start/to build/

立 [lì] /set up/to stand/

另起炉灶 [lìng qǐ lú zào] /to start from scratch/to set up a separate kitchen/

起身 [qǐ shēn] /(v) leave; set forth/(v) get up/

设 [shè] /to set up/to arrange/to establish/to found/to display/

设立 [shè lì] /to set up/to establish/

设在 [shè zài] /located at/set up in a particular location/

设置 [shè zhì] /to set up/to install/

树立 [shù lì] /set up/establish/

体系 [tǐ xì] /system/setup/

站岗 [zhàn gǎng] /(v) stand guard; set up a sentry/

And the cost of computing power continues to free fall, which is a good sign for any enterprise setting up shop in silicon.
People looking back 5 or 10 years from now may well wonder why so few companies took the online plunge.

{adj: ablaze, afire, aflame, aflare, alight, blazing, burning, flaming, on fire} lighted up by or as by fire or flame
"forests set ablaze (or afire) by lightning"
"even the car's tires were aflame"
"a night aflare with fireworks"
"candles alight on the tables"
"blazing logs in the fireplace"
"a burning cigarette"
"a flaming crackling fire"
"houses on fire"

{adj: activated} set up and placed on active assignment
"a newly activated unit"

{adj: arduous, backbreaking, grueling, gruelling, hard, heavy, laborious, operose, punishing, toilsome} characterized by toilsome effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort
"worked their arduous way up the mining valley"
"a grueling campaign"
"hard labor"
"heavy work"
"heavy going"
"spent many laborious hours on the project"
"set a punishing pace"

{adj: built-up} peopled with settlers
"the built-up areas"

{adj: collective} set up on the principle of collectivism or ownership and production by the workers involved usually under the supervision of a government
"collective farms"

{adj: communal} for or by a group rather than individuals
"dipping each his bread into a communal dish of stew"- Paul Roche
"a communal settlement in which all earnings and food were shared"
"a group effort"

{adj: corporate, incorporated} organized and maintained as a legal corporation
"a special agency set up in corporate form"
"an incorporated town"

{adj: detached, isolated, separated, set-apart} being or feeling set or kept apart from others
"she felt detached from the group"
"could not remain the isolated figure he had been"- Sherwood Anderson
"thought of herself as alone and separated from the others"
"had a set-apart feeling"

{adj: established, constituted} brought about or set up or accepted; especially long established
"the established social order"
"distrust the constituted authority"
"a team established as a member of a major league"
"enjoyed his prestige as an established writer"
"an established precedent"
"the established Church"
<-> unestablished

{adj: large, big} above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent
"a large city"
"set out for the big city"
"a large sum"
"a big (or large) barn"
"a large family"
"big businesses"
"a big expenditure"
"a large number of newspapers"
"a big group of scientists"
"large areas of the world"
<-> little, small

{adj: memberless} of a group or set having no members
<-> membered

{adj: opposite} the other one of a complementary pair
"the opposite sex"
"the two chess kings are set up on squares of opposite colors"

{adj: randomized, randomised} set up or distributed in a deliberately random way

{adj: set up} well established and ready to function
"things I can do now that I'm set up"

{adj: sublime} lifted up or set high
"their hearts were jocund and sublime"- Milton

{adj: three-cornered} involving a group or set of three
"a three-cornered race"

{adj: universal} applicable to or common to all members of a group or set
"the play opened to universal acclaim"
"rap enjoys universal appeal among teenage boys"

{adv: thus, thusly, so} in the way indicated
"hold the brush so"
"set up the pieces thus"; (`thusly' is a nonstandard variant)

{n: ASCII character set} (computer science) 128 characters that make up the ASCII coding scheme
"the ASCII character set is the most universal character coding set"

{n: French Academy} an honorary group of French writers and thinkers supported by the French government
"the French Academy sets standards for the use of the French language"

{n: Identikit, Identikit picture} a likeness of a person's face constructed from descriptions given to police; uses a set of transparencies of various facial features that can be combined to build up a picture of the person sought

{n: Manhattan Project} code name for the secret United States project set up in 1942 to develop atomic bombs for use in World War II

{n: Militant Tendency} a Trotskyist political organization in Great Britain set up in 1964 inside the Labour Party

{n: Moluccas, Spice Islands} a group of island in eastern Indonesia between Celebes and New Guinea; settled by the Portuguese but taken by the Dutch who made them the center for a spice monopoly, at which time they were known as Spice Islands

{n: Orange Group, OV} a terrorist group of Protestants who oppose any political settlement with Irish nationalists; a paramilitary group that attacks Catholic interests in Northern Ireland

{n: RAM disk} (computer science) a virtual drive that is created by setting aside part of the random-access memory to use as if it were a group of sectors
"access to a RAM disk is very fast but the data it contains is lost when the system is turned off"

{n: Red Hand Defenders, RHD} a paramilitary group of Protestants in Northern Ireland that tries to prevent any political settlement with the Irish Free State; attacks interests of Catholic civilians in Northern Ireland; responsible for arson and bombing and murder

{n: Roman Inquisition, Congregation of the Inquisition} an inquisition set up in Italy in 1542 to curb the number of Protestants
"it was the Roman Inquisition that put Galileo on trial"

{n: Rosetta Stone} a part of an inscribed granite stela that was originally about six feet tall and was set up in 196 BC; the inscriptions in hieroglyphics and Demotic and Greek gave the first clues to the decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphics

{n: Sitting Bull} a chief of the Sioux; took up arms against settlers in the northern Great Plains and against United States Army troops; he was present at the battle of Little Bighorn (1876) when the Sioux massacred General Custer's troops (1831-1890)

{n: Taliban, Taleban} a fundamentalist Islamic militia; in 1995 the Taliban militia took over Afghanistan and in 1996 took Kabul and set up an Islamic government
"the Taliban enforced a strict Muslim code of behavior"

{n: al-Ma'unah} a radical insurgent Islamist group consisting of disaffected middle-class professionals in Malaysia who want to overthrow the government by violent means and set up an Islamic state

{n: annuity, rente} income from capital investment paid in a series of regular payments
"his retirement fund was set up to be paid as an annuity"

{n: apparatus, setup} equipment designed to serve a specific function

{n: board, gameboard} a flat portable surface (usually rectangular) designed for board games
"he got out the board and set up the pieces"

{n: bowling pin, pin} a club-shaped wooden object used in bowling; set up in triangular groups of ten as the target

{n: break, break of serve} (tennis) a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving
"he was up two breaks in the second set"

{n: cardinality} (mathematics) the number of elements in a set or group (considered as a property of that grouping)

{n: channel, communication channel, line} (often plural) a means of communication or access
"it must go through official channels"
"lines of communication were set up between the two firms"

{n: charity} an institution set up to provide help to the needy

{n: code of conduct, code of behavior} a set of conventional principles and expectations that are considered binding on any person who is a member of a particular group

{n: dig, excavation, archeological site} the site of an archeological exploration
"they set up camp next to the dig"

{n: field coil, field winding} the electric coil around a field magnet that produces the magneto motive force to set up the flux in an electric machine

{n: food bank} a place where food is contributed and made available to those in need
"they set up a food bank for the flood victims"

{n: frame-up, setup} an act that incriminates someone on a false charge

{n: goalpost} one of a pair of posts (usually joined by a crossbar) that are set up as a goal at each end of a playing field

{n: group, mathematical group} a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse

{n: hypertext markup language, hypertext mark-up language, HTML} a set of tags and rules (conforming to SGML) for using them in developing hypertext documents

{n: idiom, idiomatic expression, phrasal idiom, set phrase, phrase} an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up

{n: man, piece} game equipment consisting of an object used in playing certain board games
"he taught me to set up the men on the chess board"
"he sacrificed a piece to get a strategic advantage"

{n: market cross} a cross-shaped monument set up in the marketplace of a town where public business is often conducted

{n: marketplace, mart} an area in a town where a public mercantile establishment is set up

{n: markup language} a set of symbols and rules for their use when doing a markup of a document

{n: markup} detailed stylistic instructions for typesetting something that is to be printed; manual markup is usually written on the copy (e.g. underlining words that are to be set in italics)

{n: observation station} a station set up for making observations of something

{n: outfit, getup, rig, turnout} a set of clothing (with accessories)
"his getup was exceedingly elegant"

{n: pavis, pavise} (Middle Ages) a large heavy oblong shield protecting the whole body; originally carried but sometimes set up in permanent position

{n: player} an important participant (as in a business deal)
"he was a major player in setting up the corporation"

{n: pop tent} a small tent that is easy to carry and quick to set up

{n: post, stake} a pole or stake set up to mark something (as the start or end of a race track)
"a pair of posts marked the goal"
"the corner of the lot was indicated by a stake"

{n: roadblock, barricade} a barrier set up by police to stop traffic on a street or road in order to catch a fugitive or inspect traffic etc.

{n: sampling station, sampler} an observation station that is set up to make sample observations of something

{n: search, lookup} an operation that determines whether one or more of a set of items has a specified property
"they wrote a program to do a table lookup"

{n: secretase} a set of enzymes believed to snip pieces off a longer protein producing fragments of amyloid protein that bunch up and create amyloid protein plaques in brain tissue (the pathological hallmark of Alzheimer's)

{n: seed money} capital needed to set up a new business or enterprise

{n: settlement} an area where a group of families live together

{n: setup} the way something is organized or arranged
"it takes time to learn the setup around here"

{n: set} a group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used
"a set of books"
"a set of golf clubs"
"a set of teeth"

{n: shock} a pile of sheaves of grain set on end in a field to dry; stalks of Indian corn set up in a field
"corn is bound in small sheaves and several sheaves are set up together in shocks"
"whole fields of wheat in shock"

{n: standard generalized markup language, SGML} (computer science) a standardized language for the descriptive markup of documents; a set of rules for using whatever markup vocabulary is adopted

{n: startup} the act of setting in operation
"repeated shutdowns and startups are expensive"

{n: straw man, strawman} a weak or sham argument set up to be easily refuted

{n: strike, work stoppage} a group's refusal to work in protest against low pay or bad work conditions
"the strike lasted more than a month before it was settled"

{n: target, butt} sports equipment consisting of an object set up for a marksman or archer to aim at

{n: trek} a journey by ox wagon (especially an organized migration by a group of settlers)

{n: trust, corporate trust, combine, cartel} a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service
"they set up the trust in the hope of gaining a monopoly"

{n: trust} something (as property) held by one party (the trustee) for the benefit of another (the beneficiary)
"he is the beneficiary of a generous trust set up by his father"

{v: arrange, set up, put, order} arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events, etc.
"arrange my schedule"
"set up one's life"
"I put these memories with those of bygone times"

{v: arrange, set up} put into a proper or systematic order
"arrange the books on the shelves in chronological order"
<-> disarrange

{v: assemble, piece, put together, set up, tack, tack together} make by putting pieces together
"She pieced a quilt"
"He tacked together some verses"
<-> disassemble

{v: break, break up} destroy the completeness of a set of related items
"The book dealer would not break the set"

{v: camp, camp down} establish or set up a camp

{v: cancel, offset, set off} make up for
"His skills offset his opponent's superior strength"

{v: clean up} dispose of
"settle the bills"

{v: configure} set up for a particular purpose
"configure my new computer"
"configure a plane for a combat mission"

{v: counterclaim} set up a claim in opposition to a previous claim

{v: effect, effectuate, bring about, set up} produce
"The scientists set up a shockwave"

{v: ensnare, entrap, frame, set up} take or catch as if in a snare or trap
"I was set up!"
"The innocent man was framed by the police"

{v: establish, found, plant, constitute, institute} set up or lay the groundwork for
"establish a new department"

{v: establish, set up, found, launch} set up or found
"She set up a literacy program"
<-> abolish

{v: explode, detonate, blow up, set off} cause to explode
"We exploded the nuclear bomb"

{v: fix, prepare, set up, ready, gear up, set} make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc
"Get the children ready for school!"
"prepare for war"
"I was fixing to leave town after I paid the hotel bill"

{v: incite, instigate, set off, stir up} provoke or stir up
"incite a riot"
"set off great unrest among the people"

{v: include} add as part of something else ; put in as part of a set, group, or category
"We must include this chemical element in the group"

{v: install, instal, put in, set up} set up for use
"install the washer and dryer"
"We put in a new sink"

{v: install, instal, set up, establish} place
"Her manager had set her up at the Ritz"

{v: kit out, kit up, kit} supply with a set of articles or tools

{v: pack} set up a committee or legislative body with one's own supporters so as to influence the outcome
"pack a jury"

{v: pitch, set up} erect and fasten
"pitch a tent"

{v: raise, erect, rear, set up, put up} construct, build, or erect
"Raise a barn"
<-> level

{v: reconcile, patch up, make up, conciliate, settle} come to terms
"After some discussion we finally made up"

{v: reorganize, reorganise, regroup} organize anew, as after a setback

{v: repair, mend, fix, bushel, doctor, furbish up, restore, touch on} restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken
"She repaired her TV set"
"Repair my shoes please"
<-> break

{v: rig, set up} arrange the outcome of by means of deceit
"rig an election"

{v: rig, set, set up} equip with sails, masts, etc.
"rig a ship"

{v: rise, come up, uprise, ascend} come up, of celestial bodies
"The sun also rises"
"The sun uprising sees the dusk night fled..."
"Jupiter ascends"
<-> set

{v: set up, lay out, set} get ready for a particular purpose or event
"set up an experiment"
"set the table"
"lay out the tools for the surgery"

{v: set up} begin, or enable someone else to begin, a venture by providing the means, logistics, etc.
"set up an election"

{v: settle, locate} take up residence and become established
"The immigrants settled in the Midwest"

{v: settle, square off, square up, determine} settle conclusively ; come to terms
"We finally settled the argument"

{v: sever, break up} set or keep apart
"sever a relationship"

{v: start, start up} get going or set in motion
"We simply could not start the engine"
"start up the computer"
<-> stop

They conceal the body while Jordan sets up the Lewis gun in case any more soldiers come.

The school set up the magnet to lure white students into a largely minority school( although the suburban district itself is mostly white).

When he was a boy at Drayton Manor, his father was accustomed to set him up at table to practise speaking extempore and he early accustomed him to repeat as much of the Sunday's sermon as he could remember.

Mary Lou Kau and Joel Fischer of the University of Hawaii reported a case of a woman who got herself to jog regularly by setting up a simple arrangement with her husband:
he paid her quarters and took her out on weekends whenever she met her jogging goals.

Other jails around the world, such as Washington's King Country Correctional Facility, and England's Castle Prison in Lancaster, have also adopted the practice and a New South Wales lock-up is set to be the next to try it.

One of the most notorious receivers, Jonathan Wild, set up a special brigade that would find employment as servants and then pilfer from the household or open the doors at night for other robbers to enter.

During the next two years the company will spend $ US 50 million on setting up representative panels to reflect the Internet surfing habits of people around the world.

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