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(idiomatic) To prepare; to establish the basis or required conditions.
set + the + stage
Wall color and accessory colors can set the stage and create excitement in a room.
Applying your foundation, concealer, and any highlights and contours you'd like to add will set the stage for your colorful products, like blush, shadows, and lip color.
Featuring photos from different parks, the layouts show how the colors and embellishments can really set the stage for themes varying from Mickey Mouse to a haunted house and graveyard.
Since most beach wedding ceremonies are minimalistic, your altar will set the stage for the rest of the event's theme.
Cowell's big break in the industry started in the company's mail room, where his star-quality sorting abilities set the stage for bigger and better things - much bigger and better.
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