|set up shop
||organize a place to do business, buy a store
||You could set up shop and sell this pizza. It's delicious!
|set you back
||pay, pay for, cost you
||That looks like a fine camera. How much did it set you back?
|set you straight
||give you the facts, tell you how it is
||If you want to know who's got the gold, Pat will set you straight.
|set you up
||cause you to appear guilty, frame you
||We know you didn't steal your friend's car. He set you up.
|set your mind at ease
||help you to stop worrying, cause you to relax
||Here is some news to set your mind at ease: the kids are safe.
|set your price
||choose a price for an item you want to sell
||If you want to sell it quickly, set your price lower than the others.
|set your sights
||choose a goal, decide what you want to get
||If you set your sights on being a doctor, I will help you.
|set your teeth on edge
||irritate, irk, bug
||Some songs set my teeth on edge - really bother me.
||be calm, relax, calm down
||Let's wait until the baby settles down. Then we can eat.
||live in one place, town or city, put down roots
||We moved from place to place before we settled down in Guelph.