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set of wheelscarRate it:

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set the wheels in motionto initiate a chain of events necessary to help one achieve a goal (more quickly)Rate it:

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grease the wheelsTo create conditions likely to produce or hasten favorable future developments.Rate it:

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hell on wheelsTough, aggressive, lawless, wild.Rate it:

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meals on wheelsFood delivered to the homes of those unable to cook for themselves.Rate it:

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on wheelsHaving wheels affixed to the bottom, and so transportable.Rate it:

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on wheelsMobile; able to be moved.Rate it:

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on wheelsTo a large degree, excessive.Rate it:

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spin one's wheelsTo make no progress despite making an effort; to get nowhere.Rate it:

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spin one's wheelsWaste time, money and energy.Rate it:

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squeaky wheels get oiledAlternative form of squeaky wheel gets the grease.Rate it:

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the wheels fell offSomething failed, often after a laborious, tiring process.Rate it:

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set saildepartRate it:

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set the stageTo prepare; to establish the basis or required conditions.Rate it:

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all setReady; prepared.Rate it:

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dead set againstCompletely opposed, with no possibility of a change of mind.Rate it:

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have one's heart set onTo want or desire deeply, regardless of practicality or rationality.Rate it:

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if you love somebody, set them freeOne should be willing to let go of someone they love if they truly love them.Rate it:

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if you love someone, set them freeOne should be willing to let go of someone they love if they truly love them.Rate it:

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jet setA set of wealthy people who travel for pleasure.Rate it:

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set a spellTo sit down for a period of time, especially in the company of other people and in order to relax or to engage in casual conversation.Rate it:

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set apartTo select (something or someone) for a specific purpose.Rate it:

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set apartTo distinguish, make obvious the distinction between (two things) or of (something).Rate it:

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set apartUsed other than as an idiom: to separate or isolate.Rate it:

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set asideTo declare something invalid or null and void.Rate it:

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set asideTo disagree with something and reject or overturn it.Rate it:

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set asideTo separate and reserve something for a specific purpose.Rate it:

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set backTo cost money, as.Rate it:

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set backTo delay or obstruct.Rate it:

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set backTo remove from or allow distance.Rate it:

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set by the earsTo make (a person or persons) argue; to set quarrelling.Rate it:

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set downSimple sum of parts set + down, to place, especially on the ground or a surface; to cease carrying.Rate it:

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set downTo write.Rate it:

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set eyes onTo see; to observe.Rate it:

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set footTo go to a place , or to be there.Rate it:

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set for lifePossessing sufficient resources, especially financial, to last a lifetime.Rate it:

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set inbecome establishedRate it:

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set in motionto trigger movement, to get goingRate it:

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set in one's waysDriven by habit; inclined or determined to continue according to one's custom or established preferences.Rate it:

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set in stonePermanent; certain; firm.Rate it:

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set of pipesA wind instrument incorporating multiple pipes, such as a panpipe or bagpipe.Rate it:

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set of pipesVoice for singing.Rate it:

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set offTo begin; to cause; to initiate.Rate it:

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set offTo cause to explode.Rate it:

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set offTo count an addition in one thing against a reduction in something else.Rate it:

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set offTo leave; to begin a journey or trip.Rate it:

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set oncause to attackRate it:

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set one's cap at. Or, more generally, to choose something as a goal.Rate it:

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set one's heart onTo desire with intensity and commitment.Rate it:

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set one's shoulder to the wheelTo start hard work; to begin to toil.Rate it:

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