|set in her ways
||having old habits, not able to change easily
||After living alone for fifty years, Florence was set in her ways.
|set of wheels
||vehicle, car, truck, wheels
||The Ford needs a lot of repairs. I need a new set of wheels.
||Who set off the fire alarm? Who pushed the button?
||place where you can see it, put where it can be used
||Tomorrow we go to the lake, so set out your swim suit and towel.
|set out for
||Then we set out for Pluto, where it's much colder than the arctic.
|set out to
||plan to, hope to
||"What did you set out to do?" "I wanted to change the world."
|set the table
||set plates and cutlery on the table
||If you will set the table, I won't ask you to wash the dishes.
|set the world on fire
||do great things, achieve fame and wealth
||I don't want to set the world on fire. I just want a career.
||After playing cards, the brothers had a set-to. They argued.
||Here's the set-up: You buy the tickets; I'll collect the money.