\sˈɛtɪŋ], \sˈɛtɪŋ], \s_ˈɛ_t_ɪ_ŋ]\
Definitions of SETTING
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n. Act of placing, fixing, or establishing act of sinking or seeming to sink below the horizon;- something set in or inserted;-that in which something, as a gem, is set;- the direction of a current, sea, or wind in building, the hardening of plaster, mortar, or cement;-also, the art of placing stones or bricks level and fair;-act of taking birds with a setter; also, faculty of pointing at game, as a setter.
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