Re: settle a meeting for
We don't use "settle" like that. You might hear "We settled on a date for the meeting" where "to settle on" means "to agree", "to decide" or "to choose".
Originally Posted by BrunaBC
I would use "When did you arrange the meeting for?" I don't think we use schedule quite as often in BrE as it's used in AmE. I might also say "So when's the meeting?" if I knew that a date/time had been fixed and the person I was speaking to knew which meeting I was talking about.
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