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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: set|
|The word is used in these contexts as part of a set of instructions for medical equipment.|
"This ratio is dependent upon the internal tubing diameter of the specific set."
This is another isntance where the word "set" is used twice:
"Each delivery set includes an individually packaged extension set that can be used to provide connection between the sterile field and the set delivery line."
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set 2 [set ] noun (plural sets)
1. collection considered as unit: a collection of people or things considered together and usually having something in common
2. social group: a group of people who form a social group They were the first in our set to have kids.
3. ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING device receiving signals: a device that receives radio or television signals
4. RACKET GAMES part of tennis match: a part of a tennis match that is won when one player or couple wins a minimum of six games
5. preference: a preference for or increased ability in a particular activity
6. MUSIC songs played in one session: a number of songs or acts that an entertainer or band performs on a single occasion
7. SPORTS number of repetitions of exercise: a number of repetitions of an exercise done at one time
8. MATHEMATICS LOGIC collection of elements: a collection of elements in mathematics or logic, e.g., numbers or terms. Also called class
9. DANCE couples required for dance: a number of couples required for certain dances We need another couple to complete our set.
intransitive verb (past set, past participle set, present participle set·ting, 3rd person present singular sets)
DANCE dance facing partner: to perform a series of moves while facing another dancer
[14th century. Via
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