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    Daruma is offline Senior Member
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    Default set something aside

    Hello.

    set - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online
    set something ↔ aside
    to keep something, especially money, time, or a particular area, for a special purpose
    set something ↔ aside for
    Try to set aside some time each day for exercise.
    a room that had been set aside for visitors


    Can I say "put" in place of set?

    Thank you.

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    Smile Re: set something aside

    Quote Originally Posted by Daruma View Post
    Hello.

    set - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online
    set something ↔ aside
    to keep something, especially money, time, or a particular area, for a special purpose
    set something ↔ aside for
    Try to set aside some time each day for exercise.
    a room that had been set aside for visitors

    Can I say "put" in place of set?

    Thank you.

    Try to set aside some time each day for exercise. - You can use "put" in place of "set" in this sentence. It's just as good and correct.


    a room that had been set aside for visitors - You can use "put" here as well, and it is just as correct, but "set" sounds better to me in this phrase. I like it better with "set".

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