the act of a person or thing that sets.
the surroundings or environment of anything:
The garden was a perfect setting for the house.
the mounting in which a jewel is set.
a group of all the articles, as of china, silver, or glass, required for setting a table or a single place at a table.
the locale or period in which the action of a novel, play, film, etc., takes place:
The setting of this story is Verona in the 15th century.
Also called stage setting, stage set. the scenery and other properties used in a dramatic performance.
a piece of music composed for certain words.
a piece of music composed for a particular medium, or arranged for other than the original medium.
or stage set
setting (def 6).
the surroundings in which something is set; scene
the scenery, properties, or background, used to create the location for a stage play, film, etc
(music) a composition consisting of a certain text and music provided or arranged for it
the metal mounting and surround of a gem: diamonds in an antique gold setting
the tableware, cutlery, etc, for a single place at table
any of a series of points on a scale or dial that can be selected to control the level as of temperature, speed, etc, at which a machine functions
a clutch of eggs in a bird’s nest, esp a clutch of hen’s eggs
or stage set noun 1. setting (def 6).
adjective 1. obsessed with the desire to become an actor or actress. 2. enthralled by the theater and the people, customs, traditions, etc., associated with it.
adjective 1. obsessed with the desire to become an actor or actress. 2. enthralled by the theater and the people, customs, traditions, etc., associated with it. stage-struck adjective 1. infatuated with the glamour of theatrical life, esp with the desire to act
noun, Theater. 1. an unintentional pause during a performance, usually caused by a performer’s or stagehand’s missing a cue.