See also: setaside and set aside

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Etymology edit

Deverbal from set aside.

Noun edit


  1. Something (especially money) that is set aside for a specific purpose.
  2. (Britain and Europe) land that has been taken out of agricultural production to reduce crop surpluses

Adjective edit

set-aside (not comparable) (used only before the noun)

  1. assigned for some purpose.
    The set-aside cake has been stored in refrigeration. The set date for the exhibition is Monday.
  2. taken out of agricultural production
  3. reserved or booked in advance

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