[set-ey-chen-tesk] /ˌsɛt eɪ tʃɛnˈtɛsk/
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
noun 1. a person or thing that sets. 2. one of any of several breeds of hunting dogs that originally had the habit of crouching when game was scented but that are now trained to stand stiffly and point the muzzle toward the scented game. Compare English setter, Gordon setter, Irish setter. 3. Volleyball. a […]
noun 1. the branch of mathematics that deals with relations between sets. noun 1. (maths) the branch of mathematics concerned with the properties and interrelationships of sets 2. (logic) a theory constructed within first-order logic that yields the mathematical theory of classes, esp one that distinguishes sets from proper classes as a means of avoiding […]
- Set the record straight
see: set straight