- n. 环境；安装；布置；[天] 沉落
- v. 放置；沉没；使…处于某位置（set的ing形式）
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- setting (n.)
- late 14c., "fact or action of setting (something), putting, placing, planting," verbal noun from set (v.).
Meaning "place, location, site" is late 14c. Surgical sense, with reference to broken bones, etc., is from early 15c. In reference to heavenly bodies, from c. 1400. Also in Middle English "act of creation; thing created" (c. 1400). In reference to mounts for jewels, etc. from 1815; meaning "background, history, environment" is attested from 1841.
- 1. The default is usually the setting that most users would probably choose.
- 2. The secret to happiness is to keep setting yourself new challenges.
- 3. It is always an important occasion for setting out government policy.
- 4. Demonstrators turned on police, overturning vehicles and setting fire to them.
- 5. You can boil the fish fillets on a high setting.
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