set out

conjunction

Definitions of set out

  • to explain something, usually in writing

    "The requirements set out in paragraph 12 of the Request for Proposals have yet to be satisfied."

Phrase Bank for set out

  • The policy set out a procedure for adjusting claims.

  • The program topics and presenters are set out below.

  • The new firearm regulations were set out in response to the high court’s decision.

  • The relevant provisions are those set out in the Decision of the President of the European Patent Office.

  • The parties must then follow the mediation process set out in the regulation.

Additional Notes for set out

  • Set out also means to take the first step towards doing something: The judges set out to decide whether the Commonwealth Court’s holding conflicted with an earlier holding.