Set-aside meaning

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To void or annul a judicial decision, order, and so on, usually on a motion to set aside by the party that is affected detrimentally and based upon some irregularity in the original proceeding.
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To set aside is to put something off until later or to reserve it for a specific purpose.

An example of set aside is when you have a project that isn't due for a month and you decide to first work on projects that are due next week.

An example of set aside is to save $5 a week for a future vacation.

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Something, such as land or a certain percentage of profits, that is set aside for a specific purpose.
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A program requiring that a percentage of government procurement contracts be reserved for disadvantaged businesses.
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Something set aside or reserved, as by the government, for a specific purpose, for the use or benefit of a particular group, etc.
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A federal contract that only small businesses or minority-owned firms may bid on.
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Something, such as an amount of money, that is reserved for some particular later use.
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An amount of money or resources put aside for a specific purpose.
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Something that is set aside for a specific purpose.
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(Britain and Europe) Land that has been taken out of agricultural production to reduce crop surpluses.
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That has or have been set aside.
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Taken out of agricultural production.
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