To Be All Set
What does the English idiom, to be all set mean? Something or someone that is all set is ready. We say that [something] or [someone] is all set or all set for something. Here are some examples:
- We’ve prepared well, so I think we are all set for the meeting.
- I’ve got my suitcase packed, my tickets, and my passport. I’m all set for my vacation.
- We finished grocery shopping this morning, so we are all set for the week.
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