setting-up


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setting-up

n
the establishment or creation of somethingthe act of doing or organizing something without the knowledge of someone; doing a trick, stunt, or prank
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setting-up

[ˈsetɪŋˈʌp] N
1. (= erection) [of monument] → erección f
2. (= foundation) [of institution, company] → fundación f, establecimiento m
3. (Typ) → composición f
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setting-up

n (of machine etc)Aufstellen nt, → Montage f; (Comput: of program etc) → Installation f
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