ES set
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{masculin}

1. général

set (aussi: chico)
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frame {substantif} (in snooker)

2. Cinéma et télé: "voz inglesa"

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set {substantif}
El régimen del set aside es la mejor herramienta de regulación de la producción de grano.
The set-aside scheme is the best tool for regulating the production of cereals.
Gringo Cardia se refiere al diseño de un set de Cirque du Soleil mas como arquitectura que teatro.
Gringo Cardia regards the design of a Cirque du Soleil set as more like architecture than theatre.
Set top boxes must be compatible with each other.

3. Sports: "voz inglesa"

set (aussi: manga)
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set {substantif}
El régimen del set aside es la mejor herramienta de regulación de la producción de grano.
The set-aside scheme is the best tool for regulating the production of cereals.
Gringo Cardia se refiere al diseño de un set de Cirque du Soleil mas como arquitectura que teatro.
Gringo Cardia regards the design of a Cirque du Soleil set as more like architecture than theatre.
Set top boxes must be compatible with each other.

Exemples d'usage pour « set » en anglais

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