In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(put, place)ponercolocarhe set a pitcher of cider before us — nos puso una jarra de sidra delante
- we set the proposal before the committee — le presentamos / planteamos la propuesta a la comisión
- she set a match to the papers — prendió fuego a los papeles con un fósforo
- he set his signature to the document — le estampó su firma al documento
- I set honesty above all other virtues — antepongo la honestidad a todas las demás virtudes
- She stood up after setting her tea cup down on a coaster and walked to the coffee table.
- David made it fast, took his feet off the desk and stood up, setting the toe of his right shoe on a small lever under his carpet.
- I stood slowly off of my bed, pushing my sheets off of my legs and setting my coffee mug on my desk.
- This time, she looked at her watch and stood up, setting money on the table top.
- He sat down and Blair pulled his chair closer, setting his coffee cup on the edge of the desk.
- I shook my head, setting one of the cans on the nearest piece of furniture, and opened the other.
- She sat down in her designated chair and pulled out her cello, setting her sheet music on the stand and then tuning her instrument.
- She then suddenly stood up and set her empty plate and cup near her handbag here.
- Alex took her by the arm and led her across the course to where he had set his observation station.
- Teddy suddenly stood, setting his coffee cup onto the tray as Christopher and Sara looked to him.
- Brushing myself, off I stood up and untied the baby carrier setting the baby and carrier on the table.
- Then she stood to set the dish with its few remaining crumbs back on the tray.
- He stood, setting his wine glass down on the coffee table and taking a long drag of his cigarette.
- She set the book down on the table next to it and walked over to one of the shelves.
- He stood up, setting his half-empty mug of cooling coffee down on the table.
- She put a can under the tap, filling it, dumping it, and setting it top-down on the counter next to the sink.
- She sets the rest of her bagel down and stands up to face Brian.
- Jeremy slides into his chair and Kasey sets the bucket with a dull thud on the floor.
- She stood on the chair and set the vase at one corner of the top of the cabinet.
- She stood up and nodded, opening her briefcase and setting the valuable papers inside then closing it up with a click.
2.1(cause to be, become)to set sb free — poner en libertad / liberar a algn
- to set sb loose — soltar a algn
- to set sb at ease — hacer que algn se sienta a gusto
- to set a poem to music — ponerle música a un poema
2.2(make solid, rigid)(jelly/cheese) cuajar(cement) hacer fraguarhis face was grimly set — tenía una expresión adusta / ceñuda
- Oddly enough, it is this very latex that prevents gelatin from setting when combined with figs.
- Symptomatic clinical problems usually are a result of an exothermic reaction that occurs as the bone cement sets.
- When he glanced back at the corner, jaw setting, she laid her hand on his arm.
- Made from icing sugar and egg whites, royal icing sets like concrete.
- That's why you shouldn't use it in making gelatin - the enzymes prevent it from setting.
- It tastes fine but I over boiled it and it has set almost rock solid.
- Oh, and if you want a new building material, try having cereal and yogurt, because all the fluid goes into the cereal and the rest of the yogurt sets solid.
- When mixed into a slurry with water it sets rapidly into a uniform, solid, inert mass.
- Their face tightens immediately; their features fall, the jaw sets and the arms cross.
- The other type - often set with gelatine or jelly - are to my mind not even worthy of the name cheesecake.
- Once set, you hardened them in the airing cupboard and painted them with the stuff that was supplied.
- Following my faint shadow across the tan carpet and up to my feet then leisurely climbing to my face until our eyes meet, the enemy noticeably tenses and her jaw sets.
- Finally, as the concrete further sets or stiffens, troweling operations begin, if required.
- Globular proteins partly unravel and become tangled, causing them to solidify, as when egg white sets.
- His jaw sets and he doesn't respond, and I know he knows that was a mean thing for him to say, but I also know he isn't going to apologise.
- When cooked, the filling should have set like a custard and have a smooth shiny surface.
- Composite cavity-filling materials today have a tendency to shrink and even leak over time as the polymer cracks due to the stresses and becomes more rigid as it sets.
- Cover and refrigerate overnight until the natural gelatin sets.
2.3(make fast)(dye) fijar
3.1(prepare)(trap) tender(table) ponerset three places for dinner — pon cubiertos para tres para la cena
- The large glass dining room table has been meticulously set by Renate, the maid.
- I should have asked if he thinks setting a proper table takes no talent!
- Dinner was to be in the Monarch Room where the dinner tables were so elegantly set.
- Luckily, Robin came back and informed us that the table had been set and it was time to dig in.
- Let your child help with meals by choosing foods, preparing food and setting the table.
- He opened the door for her and ushered her outside where a wrought iron table was set for a meal.
- Ryan laughed a little and then stood up, and we walked downstairs to find Loretta setting the table.
- Jim missed the days before Beth had gotten married and stopped setting the table, though he knew it was peevish of him.
3.2Medicine(bone/dislocated joint) encajar(bone/dislocated joint) componer Latin America
- Plastic surgery, bone setting and cesarean sections were routinely practiced with great success.
- Despite all the medical advances and cool new colours, setting broken bones is still a pretty primitive process.
- Charlie read how to set a broken leg and wilted at the thought of doing that to Jo.
- One woman's broken thigh bone had been badly set, leaving her left leg at least three inches shorter than her right.
- This was operated on but there was a problem setting the bone and when it failed to heal properly, he had to have it done again.
- In the UK there is a long tradition of using the plant as a medical treatment, particularly in Scotland where it was used as an ointment for bone setting.
- The surgeon breaks the displaced bone and sets it into a better position.
- Some traditional medical practitioners use herbal medicines and set broken bones.
4(adjust)ponerI set the oven at the highest temperature — puse el horno a la temperatura más alta
- I set my watch by the radio — puse el reloj en hora por la radio
- I forgot to set the alarm clock — me olvidé de poner el despertador
- You could set your clock or watch with Pat as he drove his herd in our out of the parlour to pasture morning and evening.
- Incorrectly set clocks on some infected computers explain why the virus is continuing to circulate.
- In a fit of organisation this morning, we've been running around setting all the clocks.
- Then, at three minutes past the hour, the digital clock blinked and set itself back exactly one hour.
- Adelaide is the principal city of the state of South Australia (where one sets one's watch back half an hour when crossing the border).
- Simply put, if you see the dawn, your biological clock sets itself to morning.
5.1(arrange, agree on)(date/time) fijar(date/time) acordar(agenda) establecer(agenda) acordar
- So far, there has been little interest in setting finer limits because the procedure is awkward and expensive to manage.
- He will be sentenced at Maidstone Crown Court at a date yet to be set.
- A Council spokesman said no date had been set yet for the application to be heard.
- For example, the estimated time limit could be set at five days and the cost per night at £200.
- This difference sets the lower limit on the energy required to produce an alternative fuel.
- Reserve prices will be set following valuation on the morning of the auction on May 8.
- An inquest should provide answers, but no date has yet been set for the hearing.
- Prices should be set at greater than or equal to long-run marginal separable cost for each product.
- Now that the date has been set and the ring given, the upcoming royal wedding is shaping up to be unlike any other.
- It's the same thing, people deliberately setting prices and inflating charges and stealing our money.
- Speed limits must be set according to the road hierarchy, and people must understand why it has to be so.
- It cannot be protected through setting clearly defined limits to what can or cannot be said - however generous those limits might seem.
- No dates have been set for hearings as yet, although it is believed that further activity may be imminent.
- The matter is likely to be the subject of a public hearing over the summer, although no date has been set.
- If you want people to stop evading fares, stop using your monopoly to set prices so ridiculously high.
- All three have been granted stays of execution and are awaiting dates to be set for their appeals.
- Clearly it is important therefore for you to liaise with your client to ensure the Credit Limit is set at a realistic level.
- At the time of going to print no firm date had yet been set for the meeting.
- Remember to have fun and always set yourself a betting limit that you don't exceed.
- The matter was due to be determined by the Licensing Sub-Committee in August but no date had yet been set for the meeting.
- To prevent an administrative nightmare, no single date has been set for the changeover.
- No date has been set for a final decision, but they are waiting for neighbours such as Dorset and Portsmouth to catch up.
- An official date has been set for the opening of Maldon's Combined Military Services Museum.
- It has now been rescheduled for some time next month but no specific date has yet been set.
- The meeting will take place towards the end of the month although at the time of going to press no firm date has been set.
- The speed limits have been set with the benefit of knowledge of road conditions and minimum stopping distances.
- The meeting ended with Wednesday May 5 being set as the date of the next monthly meeting.
- Animals will be on view prior to the auction and reserve prices have been set.
- This will execute or abandon the trade automatically within price and time limits set by the user.
- The couple have already set the location for their wedding and now all that's left for them to do is set an exact date.
- It's the only time when the owners of the business can set a preferred disposal price.
- Average speeds in terms of upper and lower limits were set for applying a penalty system.
- No date has yet been set for the court martial or a preliminary hearing.
- The difference is that the government sets a lower limit to the movement of wages and also mandates working conditions and other benefits that are the same for everyone.
- No date has yet been set for the trial or for a preliminary hearing.
- He said no date has been set, but it could be heard within the next few weeks.
- In this position Saturn, which sets limits and restrictions, often creates health issues, particularly as Saturn rules your body.
- No date has been set for the introduction of the rule change which is being recommended by council advisors.
- If you're selling your home, setting the right asking price can make all the difference.
- At the outset, Williams sets three important limits.
5.2(impose, prescribe)(target) establecer(conditions/rules) establecer(conditions/rules) imponer
- She sets herself the impossible task of trying to prove this to us in a mere six episodes.
- You set yourself a task that isn't anything that you've been explicitly asked to do, nor told that you can do, and you try it out.
- Thus the object which the inventor sets himself is achieved in an elegant way.
- The problem is, having set himself this task, Lucas then doesn't follow it through.
- None of the tasks these men set themselves could be described as easy.
- She sets herself ‘tasks’, and likes to do them in the morning before going to work.
- The children have now been set the task of designing a new garden around Mr Jordan's tree.
- Recently a group of students was discussing an essay they had been set for an English test.
- Writing down the story of my life as it happens is an interesting task I set myself.
- The task you have been set is to use any of the materials found on the tables in front of you to make me an object.
- The children are given a bag full of scrap material and then are set the task of making their own robot.
- He has set himself the task of writing an album about all fifty states in America.
- It is a courageous choice in which he sets himself two tasks.
- Therefore, he set himself the task of righting those things he considered to be wrong.
- Hundreds of university hopefuls may be set picture puzzle tests before they are allowed on degree courses.
- However I had set myself a task to at least try to remove the old writer's block which had been looming over me.
- She joined a running club and began setting herself targets.
- So I set myself a program of losing weight and getting rid of the spare tyre around the waist.
- His players, those he inherited and those he has acquired, have passed every character test they have been set.
- I can set myself little goals and work to getting back into the side as soon as possible.
5.3(allot)(task) asignar(homework) mandar(homework) poner(problem/exam/test) poner(text) prescribir
5.4(establish)(precedent) sentar(standard/record) establecer(fashion) dictar(fashion) imponeryou have to set a good example — tienes que dar buen ejemplo
- this ruling sets a precedent — este dictamen sienta jurisprudencia / sienta un precedente jurídico
- this set the tone for the rest of the day — esto marcó las pautas que se seguirían el resto del día
- I fancied myself a long jumper in those days, setting the record at my school.
- He could have led the rebuilding effort, setting a positive example and giving the team a chance to win every fifth day.
- I hold out hope that our response will be measured and set a better example than previously.
- So what sort of example are we setting for children?
- Besides hooking up with all the hot skater guys, do you think your character sets a positive example for girl skaters?
- This piece sets a record of frustration for me, personally.
- They lost two more times, setting a record for the worst start in the proud franchise's 38-year history.
- I frequently refer back to what she taught me and the example she set for all of us.
- We must stop setting them a bad example by following policies that are unnecessary, and cruel.
- It's not as prestigious as setting a record for batting average or home runs, but he says he would take pride in it because it's another way to get on base.
- He is a special player and setting a World Cup record is a marvellous achievement.
- For the past few years, most of the media have tried to make him something he's not, just because he is setting records.
- Resourcefulness is their trait and she says the example her father has set is a constant influence.
- Yorkshire millionaires are said to be vying for an apartment thought to set a price record for the Sheffield.
- With the examples set at the top by the people in real power, it makes local behaviour very mundane.
- So I did, and in seventh grade I ended up setting a school record.
- That they are even close to setting a defensive record is testament to their turn-around in fortunes this season.
- It not only implies ignoring the law, which he has violated, but what example have we set?
- But in recent years her paintings have set record prices for Latin American art.
- Yesterday marked the sixth day in a row of oil prices setting a new record.
- What kind of an example are you setting for our community?
- But it's not for me and it's not a good example to set for easily influenced girls.
- I felt it would benefit me personally in all future games to set an example and not set such a dangerous precedent.
- It would set a precedent the whole of football would have to follow.
- She's deeply troubled by the company's effect on the economy as a whole and the example it sets for other employers.
- Since the Congress party is led by a woman, it's in a unique position to set an example.
- Stock prices pulled back slightly after setting new highs earlier.
- In doing so, they avoided setting a new club record for the wrong reasons.
- Historians of WWII have largely focused on women setting precedents and being able to join the boys in moving into paid wartime work.
- She had been in flight for the best part of 45 minutes, and records were being set.
- In June another record will be set when five car carriers dock here - the most ever for any one month.
- The center now stood out from the rest of the gym, setting an impossible precedent for any of the other volunteers to follow.
- She replied that she'd obviously missed it, but that maybe I ought to set more of an example.
- He won by a convincing eight shots and also set a new scoring record for his age division.
- It is hoped that a new world record will be set with thirteen threshing mills operating at once.
- Were there new records to be set or would old records still hold their own?
- The Angels and Dodgers, in fact, are on the verge of setting a record this year for the most combined attendance in one market.
- Yet any errant athlete will now be entitled to conclude that a precedent has been set.
- I'm not sure this sets such a bad precedent, frankly.
- He finally ended that last week by stealing four, setting the franchise record of 59.
5.5(fix, assign)(bail/price) fijarit's impossible to set a value on life — es imposible ponerle precio a la vida
- we set a very high value on accuracy — valoramos mucho / damos mucha importancia a la precisión
6(cause to do, start)he set the dogs after them — azuzó a los perros para que los persiguieran
- to set sb/sth -ing
- this will set people thinking/talking — esto hará reflexionar/dará que hablar a la gente
- the news set my pulse racing — la noticia hizo que se me disparara el pulso
- to set sb laughing — hacer reír a algn
- to set sth going — poner algo en marcha
7.1(book/film) ambientarthe novel is set in Japan — la novela está ambientada en el Japón
- the action is set in Victorian England — la acción se desarrolla / tiene lugar en la Inglaterra victoriana
- If the film wasn't set almost 70 years after abolition, you could almost buy it.
- The film is set during the 1930s, at an unnamed school, a thinly disguised version of Eton.
- By setting the film at this time and place, he illustrated that Sade's fantasies had in fact become a horrifying reality.
- You'll even be able to state where you'd prefer a story to be set: in a mythical or a real place.
- The film is actually set just over one weekend in the characters' lives.
- The director chose his season well in setting Turning Paige near the end of winter.
- The movie is set against the backdrop of Apollo 11's landing on the moon.
- It's a very funny black comedy of manners set among the south London demimonde.
- Her films are set very much in the present, and their focus is microscopic.
- His last film, Dirty Pretty Things, was set among London's exploited illegal immigrants.
- But it is perhaps the only choice for Mulan in the specific historical context in which the author sets the story.
- The film will be set and shot in Beijing and in the wealthy southern city of Shenzhen.
- But he sets the film's first act here, and it's obvious where his sympathies lie.
- It stands to reason that had the series been set today, Laura would have had a weblog, not a diary.
- The film is set at a time when an abrupt climate change has cataclysmic consequences for the entire planet.
- If it provides some anxiousness in the viewer why not set the film there.
- Mill Road, where the story is set, is far from the research and learning that goes on way beyond.
- The seventeenth century Oxford where the crime writer sets his substantial historical novel is in some ways very similar to Morson's city.
7.2(locate)(building) situarthe mansion is set amid acres of parkland — la mansión está situada / enclavada en medio de un vasto parque
- The holiday village is about four miles from Penrith and set among more than 400 acres of woodland and lakes.
- The tasteful and triangular green is set bang in the middle of the large village.
- Santa Barbara is set among rolling hills and vineyards that were beautifully captured in the film Sideways.
- An arc of deep locks, set among lawns, lowers it at last to join its western river.
- They will stay the night in the village of Gite, before heading on to Tamda, set among white rocks.
8(mount, insert)(gem) engarzar(gem) engastar(stake) hincar(stake) clavarthe posts are set in concrete — los postes están puestos en hormigón
- the crown is set with rubies — la corona tiene incrustaciones de rubíes
- his eyes are set deep in his face/too close together — tiene los ojos hundidos/demasiado juntos
- She kept the original, which was set into a tiepin for my father in law.
- The diamonds have been set close to each other to give them a solitaire look.
9(turn, direct)we set our course for the nearest island — pusimos rumbo a la isla más cercana
- our course is set eastward — llevamos rumbo al este
- Simply cut the heads in July and August before the flower sets seeds.
- Before it sets seeds, Mike digs every last bit of the plant from the soil, then lays it in the sun for a couple of days.
- Where flowers had formerly held forth with a cheerful kaleidoscope of petals, plants were now busily setting seeds.
11present participle setting" past tense, past participle "setted
BritishSchooldividir en grupos según su aptitud para la asignatura
1(go down)(sun/moon) ponerse
- It looked so beautiful with the sun setting at the top of it.
- There are some questions that can only be asked after the sun has set and the stars have come out.
- Suddenly she stopped in her tracks and turned to the horizon where the sun was setting.
- Slowly she began to draw a wolf on a cliff looking down on the land below with the sun setting.
- I sat in the soccer field gazing up at the sky as the sun was setting and a new moon was rising.
- This is the view from The Coven Bedroom Window on Boxing Day morning - that's the moon setting.
- Audiences could look forward to a glorious summer's evening, with the sun setting behind the abbey.
- The sun was setting briskly over the shimmering ocean horizon.
- On the rooftop, with the sun setting over the maze of narrow streets below them, they practice their one finished song before the show.
- The sun was setting and Roy sat down beside her on the bench.
- We sat in silence until the sun had set and stars began to appear in the gradually darkening sky.
- She stared at the sun setting over the ocean and the moon rising next to the sun, just like she did every night.
- The sky will be bright when the moon first rises as the sun does not set until a few minutes later.
- The sun was setting, a reminder of the last sunset Solomon had seen.
- The group moved in silence till the sun began setting behind the mountains.
- Her eyes were focused straight ahead on the horizon where the sun would set at any minute.
- When she got back, the sun was gradually setting below the treetops.
- By the time they got back to the resort, the sun was setting.
- The sun was setting behind the massive new bridge that was being built a few miles away, and the sky had burst into varying colors of reds and oranges.
- The sun was setting over the horizon, and the skies were stained with faint pinks and lavenders and blues.
2.1(become solid, rigid)(jelly) cuajar(se)(cement) fraguarher face set in a grimace — la cara se le contrajo en una mueca
- his expression set in a frozen smile — se le heló la sonrisa en los labios
2.2(become fast)(dye) fijarse
- By that time, the bones had set, so doctors had to break the bones again in order to permit a proper resetting.
3(in dancing)set to your partners — colóquense enfrente de su pareja
4(in hunting)(gundog) pararse
5Botany(fruit/seed/plant) dar fruto
- Once the flowers have been pollinated and the fruit has begun to set, marrow plants require copious amounts of water.
- Fertilize your garden before planting tomatoes and again when the fruit first sets.
- Get them in now because you want them to flower and the fruit to set before it gets too hot.
- Fertilize during the growing season, but to avoid excessive vegetative growth and fewer blooms, do not overapply nitrogen after the first fruit sets.
- He applies a third of each plant's yearly allotment before spring growth starts and the rest after fruit sets.
- Alex rang in with problem tomatoes - he had good flowers but the fruit is not setting.
1.1(of tools, golf clubs, bowls, pens, keys) juego masculine(of books, records) colección feminine(of stamps) serie femininea set of cutlery — un juego de cubiertos
- a set of saucepans — una batería de cocina
- a set of bedroom furniture — un juego de dormitorio
- a matching set of sheets and pillowcases — un juego de cama
- set of dentures — una dentadura postiza
- a set of headphones — unos auricolares
- a boxed presentation set — un juego en estuche para obsequio
- I need four more to make up the set — me faltan cuatro para completar el juego (or la colección etc.)
- coffee/tea set — juego de café/té
- But cramming the beautiful game onto a set of joypad buttons has always meant compromise.
- If hoisting equipment is available, the shipping containers may contain several sets of such elements but it should also be possible to offload these elements by hand.
- Each somatic cell contains a full set of chromosomes, whereas sex cells only contain half.
- We could transmit it by a set of abridged accounts, with a full set of accounts available on the website.
- Apparently, none of you know anything about being a parent of a child who collects sets of toys.
- At last the two governments have issued a set of proposals for the restarting of the political process.
- Fortunately, there were spare sets of clothing for each age.
- Of the last six Christmasses I've spent at home I've collected a full set of the presents I wanted.
- And one of the richest countries in the world didn't even have the decency to give these kids a new set of clothes.
- In fact we have separate sets of basic, yet essential, equipment, which are sent to each of the three races.
- Riders would be booked by phone and arrive with a spare set of protective clothes and crash helmet.
- Because the batteries in question are standard AAs, I can buy them cheaply, and I can get spare sets and replacements easily.
- He said he had contacted the printing company and was satisfied that it had produced a full set of ballot packs.
- Shoppers bustled by, some with the full set of designer carrier bags, others with only a bemused frown.
- All the trails will be available to collect on a set of cards to accompany the series, enabling you to enjoy them again.
- There were also three other full sets of clothes that had been in the suitcase, but none were clean.
- Some of the toys are considered highly collectable and a full set of toys from the range is highly prized.
- The company also has floor-mat sets at £45 and boot liners from £22.50.
- They have a great toy selection, but they insist on grouping things together into sets, so you can't buy individual figures.
- Anyone interested in sponsoring a set of jerseys please contact any committee member.
- For finite sets of finite entities it is easy to prove Cantor's Theorem, namely that the number of members of a set is strictly less than the number of its subsets.
- The elements of a model are irrelevant; it is easiest just to take them to be pure sets, or ordinal numbers, or some other type of familiar mathematical object.
- This is an example of what is known as a fractal set since its dimension is not a whole number.
- His work on ordered sets and ordinal numbers is fundamental to the subject.
- For finite sets, the cardinal numbers are the whole numbers.
2.1(group, clique)she was never at ease with their set — nunca se sintió cómoda en su círculo / en ese ambiente
- he goes around with an odd set — anda con un grupo de gente rara
- the county set — la aristocracia menor de provincias
2.2British Schoolgrupo de estudiantes seleccionados de acuerdo a sus aptitudes
- Both sets of students were overall very positive and hoped that we would offer another such project.
- The government's own research has shattered one of the central planks of his educational philosophy - that the way to raise standards in schools is by putting more pupils in sets.
- In the top sets, normally the males are applying themselves to the work, rather than taking reams of notes to revise from later.
- But his board of management and the school's patron body said that both sets of pupils should be taught religion together.
- He said the marking on some papers was ‘scrappy’ and the inconsistent results made it more difficult to place pupils in appropriate sets for next term.
- Numerous sets of on-line students and two years later, I knew the training was for real and had more purposes than I could comprehend at the time.
3Television aparato masculineTelevision televisor masculineRadio aparato masculineRadio receptor masculine
- Beautiful cinematography done both in Beijing and in Canada lend itself well to the gorgeous scenery and realistic sets as well.
- Half the film is set in the precincts of a dank and dreary prison, with highly theatrical sets and lighting, and the film is a brutal but stylised vision of the criminal's place in modern society.
- A £3,000 investment by Lancashire County Council has paid for the unit, which includes items such as blankets, changes of clothes and radio sets.
- Can you imagine my horror when I realised that all three radio sets were pipping at slightly different times.
- In the early morning the radio set crackled into life and the men gathered round expectantly.
- The stage management team must be applauded for their efficient setting up of different sets after every scene.
- She and commercials are the only things on television that can get me shouting strangled abuse at the set.
- Early diodes in electronics were made from metal plates sealed inside evacuated glass tubes, which could be seen glowing in the innards of old radio sets.
- On the street, people huddled and listened to radio sets.
- Designers too were required for the sets but they had to be designers who would realise what Joan and the company wanted after they had started on the rehearsing of the plays.
- They syphon electricity off some power lines in order to run their hot plates and even a TV set.
- Not only is she an extremely hard worker, dedicating many hours of her daily life to doing hair on the sets of film and TV shows, she has a tremendous passion for her work.
- The film is nearly flawless from a cinematic and directorial perspective, with gorgeous scenery, sets, and production design.
- He creates theatrical sets for the familiar scenes, showcasing the lavish architecture of the holy land.
- Whether you like acting, amazing sets, or are interested in costuming, there are many elements that may attract you to the play.
- During the inter-war period, smaller, more robust radio sets, some with crystal tuning, were developed.
- He would insist that I still come and watch the shooting even if I was not required on the sets.
- He was eight years old when he witnessed the Battle of Britain in the form of Churchillian rhetoric on a radio set.
- He also did sets for Jean Cocteau's play Antigone.
- It is now the turn of the authorities to start visiting our homes and seal the TV and radio sets, which operate in other frequencies.
- There are gorgeous scenery locations and magnificent sets and a real sense of opulence to the production, as if no expense was spared.
- He knows how to run his sets and his actors so that by the end of the shoot he has gotten every last bit possible out of everyone involved.
- Knots of people formed on street corners close to anyone who had a portable TV or a radio set.
- Although they share sets, scenes and characters, the films are genetically ‘different’.
- The atmosphere of oppression and threat is amplified by the set, a steeply angled roof over a bare stage.
- It didn't go toward sets, because most of the sets look like they were stolen from high school stage productions.
- The radio wave is picked up by the aerial on your car, and is carried into the radio set.
- As each of four sets is pushed to centre stage, the garden's usurpation of the kitchen is delightfully revealed.
- Behind every actor you'll find props, stage scenery and sets.
- On display on the side walks of a main street are used television and radio sets, refrigerators, clothes, light bulbs, children's bicycles and video games.
- My official birthday present was a new, state-of-the-art digital radio set.
- They were the only ones who could afford the radio sets.
- For all its attention to detail, it's nothing but layers of stage sets.
- His other models form a series of architectural stage sets.
- He was commissioned to design a series of stage sets.
4(in tennis, squash)set masculinehe won in straight sets — ganó sin perder / sin conceder ningún set
- Winning it back in the fifth game of that set went some way towards helping him to firm up his play.
- After dropping the first two games of the third set, she won four in a row.
- By the end of the three-day visit, they had faced off over 10 sets of tennis, three games of chess, and a round of billiards.
- On the Saturday, he forced the match to five sets and was leading 3-2 before rain stopped play again.
- A clever lob in the sixth game of the final set earned Johnson a break and the pair went on to take the match.
- But he did come back from two sets down to level the match before going down in the decider, broken in the 10th game by a man who had never won a five-set match.
- Play ended on Friday night with him up two games to one in the fourth set.
- Matches of 27 game sets are vigorously competed among players from the various teams.
- The goal is for players to reach the highest score at the end of nine innings or a set of six games.
- He can climb all over an opponent, and he can fling a game and a set and match away in moment of sheer lunacy.
- Arguably the turning point of the match came as early as the sixth game of the first set.
- If each team wins a game, a knock-out set of matches will then be played to decide the winner.
- The following vignette moment from the second game of the fourth set was emblematic of vast stretches of the match.
- As he raced away with the fourth set, he won all but one point of the last 24 points.
- He was up a break in the fourth set and could have taken it to a fifth.
- He found trouble in the third only because of a loose service game to open the set.
- The first two tiebreak sets occupied a total of 2hr 25 min as the opening round match inched along under floodlights.
- He made his final break in the 10th game of the third set with a spectacular lob and a backhand pass.
- She was never in the match from the moment she lost serve in the opening game of the first set.
- At the end of the set of nine games, the player who has the lowest cumulative score is the winner.
(performance)actuación feminine(de canciones etc) serie feminine
- Mixed into their set were a few new tunes that make me think the forthcoming album is going to be a strong one.
- They will always be the foundation of the set, but there are some surprise songs.
- This is to say, he does an acoustic set as long as most band's entire sets.
- Polka musicians are expected to play until exhaustion, to dance during the sets of other bands - in short, to be one of the crowd.
- Their set of songs were played flawlessly and they had a great rapport with each other on stage.
- Then, last October, I saw her perform a live set of most of this material.
- The slower and quieter songs that have crept into the set are only slower and quieter by their own standards.
- That also didn't go over so well, as they left after a short set of, let's say, five or so songs.
- Her set was heavy on the hits, spliced with new songs from her forthcoming new album.
- Speaking with the band after their set, it became clear that these guys meant business.
- In some instances my live sets can end up being the next record.
- The relatively short set of seven songs makes for a remarkable performance.
- As a result, the band seemed eager to break up the set with older tunes and covers.
- And later they confirmed my hunch about their quality by performing one of my favorite sets of the weekend, bless them!
- And we became eager to perform the set of cover versions we had put together.
- I ask him how his set went last night and he says he isn't too sure.
- His set, as with most Malawian acts, comprises traditional, gospel-based songs.
- The weakest point in the set, as so often with gigs from the era, is the start.
- There's at least half a dozen anthems in their set, which with a live drummer could be difficult to contain.
- The bands play for the densely-packed crowd mass, seething with good times, and come out to bounce around to the other bands when their sets are done.
6(in square dancing)disposición de las parejas y serie de figuras de la danza
7.1Theatre(stage) escenario masculine(scenery) decorado masculine
- On set or location he does enjoy a challenge, and he loves the life of an actor and wouldn't swap it.
- I don't think either one of us comes to the set, or to rehearsals, with preconceived notions of how the scene is going to be.
- A week later I was on set, about to do a scene, when the head producer walked onto he floor and took my hand.
- It is only this year that writers in Hollywood gained the right to be on set.
- We had a book on set so we could cross reference their work and we could add little bits and pieces to the film when we saw fit.
- So for the party interior scenes we didn't have a props person or an art director on set.
- I was going to ask what your first day was like, having been on so many sets as an actor - what was it like to be on the other side?
- In spite of the physical demands of the production, however, the actors still found time to have a few chuckles on set.
- So, we then snuck her onto the set, while we were shooting the scene in the hallway where the ice wall appears.
- I don't care about my trailer; I really enjoy hanging around with the crew and actors on set.
- The second meeting was when Professor Hawking came on set during filming at Cambridge.
- When you turn up on set, you know you're going to do it and go home.
- When we are on a set or at a rehearsal for a stage show, we just do not act as husband and wife.
- The atmosphere on set is very relaxed even if the scenes are very dramatic and tension filled.
- Battles on set were still being fought in the dressing room at the end of the day.
- I only got frustrated being on set, because no director likes being on another person's set.
- These are detailed galleries of rare photos taken on the sets of both films.
- These images bear witness to the pair's physical and emotional closeness on set, but the film was not to go smoothly.
- As with the rest of cast, filming in South Africa was an adventure both on set and off.
- By the time the actors arrive on set, Allen evidently knows what he wants to do.
7.2Cinemaplató masculineto be on set — estar en el plató
8(in hairdressing)marcado masculineshampoo and set — lavado y marcado masculine
- A cut, shampoo and set would take about an hour, and a perm would take two hours.
- Wet sets are a healthy styling option for our hair, so consider using a compact hooded dryer.
9.1(posture, angle)the set of her shoulders — su postura
- the set of his cap — la manera en que lleva puesta la gorra
- the set of the sails — la posición de las velas
9.2(fit)the set of the collar is wrong — el cuello está mal colocado / no asienta bien
9.3(of wind, current)dirección feminine
10(cutting, young plant)plantas tiernas usadas como simiente
1(established, prescribed)(price/wage) fijomeals are at set times — las comidas son a determinadas horas
- there are no set times for visiting — no hay horas de visita establecidas
- there isn't a set procedure for doing it — no hay un procedimiento establecido para hacerlo
- his mornings usually follow a set pattern — tiene una rutina establecida para las mañanas
- one of the set books — una de las obras prescritas
- we ordered the set menu/lunch — pedimos el menú del día / el menú a precio fijo
- It paints a picture of real disasters on a global scale, in a set order and with attendant statistics.
- Parents are warned they may face court action if their children do not meet a set attendance target.
- Solicitors are paid a set rate no matter how long a case lasts and delays are at the solicitor's expense.
- It sounds great to be able to take in all of your set texts, but there is no way you will have time to look stuff up.
- If so, is it possible to get unlimited time for a set fee per month as is the custom here in the US?
- It won't be a case of ticking the boxes, as it is at the moment, and fulfilling a set number of hours of broadcasting.
- I'm quite happy doing calls, but the younger ones seem to want to work set hours and that seems to be the view of the vast majority.
- And without a set schedule, you can't depend on seeing him the same time tomorrow.
- A psychiatrist told me he was making the book a set text for his students.
- It has also appeared as an A-level exam in England and a set text in France.
- This was partly because I never quite established a set time of day to do these.
- It is almost like a commercial miniaturisation, or a guide to a daunting set text.
- They insist that their own children do their homework and come home from outings at a set time.
- I am inspired to read the book which passed me by as a set text at school.
- Volunteers are not required to work a set amount of hours or a set number of days a week.
- They also suggested set times for deliveries outside the busiest times.
- There could be Christmas bonuses only if the set income parameters were exceeded.
- Then they're unleashed on the boulder and the challenge is to climb the set route in as few attempts as possible.
- It only works as a punishment, with no-one receiving extra pay if they work later than their set hours.
- Every student on a given course simply has to have at least one set book, and probably several.
- If anyone is not meeting the set quotas, a supervisor is sent out with them to find out why.
- The first years at my University, for example, have Lolita as a key set text.
- The kiln is fully automatic and can be left to turn off at the end of the set time.
- However, the club has always stressed it is working within a set budget.
- In the past, I have hired agencies for a set fee and I never really knew if I was really getting the best bang for my buck.
- I've been doing the set work hours thing ever since my first job, but would so much like not to have to.
- This collection ought to be a set text for anyone with aspirations to humorous journalism.
- The youngsters chose an activity in the categories of skills and service, which they do for a set length of time.
2.1(ready, prepared)to be set — estar pronto River Plate
- is everything set for the meeting? — ¿está todo preparado / listo para la reunión?
- we're all set for action — estamos listos para la batalla
- all set (to go)? — ¿listos?
2.2(likely, about to)to be set to + inf — llevar camino de + inf
- the problem seems set to deepen — el problema lleva camino de recrudecer / agravarse
2.3(determined, resolute)she seems set for a comeback — parece estar decidida / resuelta a hacer su reaparición
- he was all set to walk out — estaba totalmente decidido / resuelto a irse
- she's absolutely set on that bicycle — está empeñada en que tiene que ser esa bicicleta
- he's dead set on going to college — está resuelto / decidido a ir a la universidad sea como sea
3.1(rigid, inflexible)(expression/smile) forzado(expression/smile) falto de espontaneidada man of very set opinions — un hombre inflexible en sus opiniones
- he is firmly set against innovation — se opone totalmente a toda innovación
- Matt was now quickly walking over to her and Johnny with a set expression on his face.
- Everyone, from the chief executive down, had become trapped in a set pattern of behaviour.
- I don't come in with a lot of set ideas about how the actors will move or what the staging is.
- We need a set idea of core values and principles that are not up for discussion.
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