Correct someone by providing accurate information; also, make an arrangement honest or fair. For example, Let me set you straight about Lisa; she’s never actually worked for us, or To set matters straight I’ll pay you back Monday. It is sometimes put as set the record straight, meaning “correct an inaccurate account,” as in Just to set the record straight, we arrived at ten. [ First half of 1900s ]
noun 1. Also called pitcher. a small, rectangular paving stone. 2. Also called stake. a hand-held tool that is struck by a hammer to shape or deform a metal object. 3. Also, set. the distinctively colored pattern of crisscrossed lines and stripes against a background in which a Scottish tartan is woven. noun 1. a […]
noun 1. a city in W central Morocco.
[set-ey-chen-tesk] /ˌsɛt eɪ tʃɛnˈtɛsk/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the art and literature of 18th-century Italy.
noun 1. a seat for two or more persons, having a back and usually arms, and often upholstered. noun 1. a seat, for two or more people, with a back and usually with arms