to set aside

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To declare something invalid or null and void
To disagree with something and reject or overturn it
To separate and reserve something for a specific purpose

Plan to set aside three or four hours to see the museum.

The Tribunal may set aside a decision under review This means that the Tribunal disagrees with the original decision and makes a new decision in the applicant's favour
Set aside was introduced as part of a programme for tackling the over production of cereals within the EU A major review of the CAP in 1992 (MacSharry reforms) addressed over production and agreed to reduce the amount of subsidies paid to to farmers for cereals by 35% over the proceeding three years To help compensate farmers for their loss of income the Arable Area Payments Scheme was introduced Under this scheme, farmers can claim support payments based on the size of the area used to grow cereals, linseeds, oilseeds and protein crops such as peas, beans and lupins However, to qualify for these payments, all but the smallest producers must 'set aside' part of their arable land, taking it out of production
to annul or void as in "setting aside" a judgment
make inoperative or stop; "suspend payments on the loan"
give or assign a share of money or time to a particular person or cause; "I will earmark this money for your research"
allocate; separate; put in reserve; discard, annul
If you set aside a belief, principle, or feeling, you decide that you will not be influenced by it. He urged them to set aside minor differences for the sake of peace
If you set something aside for a special use or purpose, you keep it available for that use or purpose. Some doctors advise setting aside a certain hour each day for worry £130 million would be set aside for repairs to schools
to set aside


    to SET a·side

    التركية النطق

    tı set ısayd


    /tə ˈset əˈsīd/ /tə ˈsɛt əˈsaɪd/

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    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.


    ... But maybe we should set aside a small part of the world. ...

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