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    "you are all set" use

    Hi!

    In what situations can we say "you are all set"? When I prepare a child to school and say "you are all set" would it convey properly the meaning that that action of preparation for it is completed, e.g child is dressed up and ready to be picked up by a schoolbus?

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    Re: "you are all set" use

    Yes

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    Re: "you are all set" use

    Thank You, I am all set now!

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    Re: "you are all set" use

    A raring to go.

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