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Adjective: set-aside  set u'sId
  1. Reserved in advance
    "All highways must be five lanes wide and either three or four of these lanes must be set-aside for passenger cars only";
    - booked, engaged
Verb: set aside  set u'sId
  1. Give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause
    "She sets aside time for meditation every day";
    - allow, appropriate, earmark, reserve
  2. Make inoperative or stop
    "set aside payments on the loan";
    - suspend
  3. (law) annul (a legal decision)
    "the court set aside the conviction"

Derived forms: setting aside, sets aside, set aside

See also: on hold, reserved

Type of: allot, alter, annul, assign, avoid, change, invalidate, modify, nullify, portion, quash, void

Encyclopedia: Set-aside

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