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stet

 (stĕt)
v. stet·ted, stet·ting, stets
v.intr.
To direct that a letter, word, or other matter marked for omission or correction is to be retained. Used in the imperative.
v.tr.
To nullify (a correction or deletion) in printed matter.

[Latin, third person sing. present subjunctive of stāre, to stand; see stā- in Indo-European roots.]
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stet

(stɛt)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a word or mark indicating that certain deleted typeset or written matter is to be retained. Compare dele
vb, stets, stetting or stetted
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to mark (matter to be retained) with a stet
[Latin, literally: let it stand]
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stet

(stɛt)

v. stet•ted, stet•ting. v.i.
1. let it stand (used in the imperative as a direction on a printer's proof or manuscript to retain material previously deleted).
v.t.
2. to retain (material previously deleted) by marking it with the word “stet” or a row of dots.
[1815–25; < Latin stēt, present subjunctive 3rd pers. singular of stāre to stand]
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stet

- Latin for "let it stand," a notation to ignore a correction made to a text.
See also related terms for ignore.
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stet


Past participle: stetted
Gerund: stetting

Imperative
stet
stet
Present
I stet
you stet
he/she/it stets
we stet
you stet
they stet
Preterite
I stetted
you stetted
he/she/it stetted
we stetted
you stetted
they stetted
Present Continuous
I am stetting
you are stetting
he/she/it is stetting
we are stetting
you are stetting
they are stetting
Present Perfect
I have stetted
you have stetted
he/she/it has stetted
we have stetted
you have stetted
they have stetted
Past Continuous
I was stetting
you were stetting
he/she/it was stetting
we were stetting
you were stetting
they were stetting
Past Perfect
I had stetted
you had stetted
he/she/it had stetted
we had stetted
you had stetted
they had stetted
Future
I will stet
you will stet
he/she/it will stet
we will stet
you will stet
they will stet
Future Perfect
I will have stetted
you will have stetted
he/she/it will have stetted
we will have stetted
you will have stetted
they will have stetted
Future Continuous
I will be stetting
you will be stetting
he/she/it will be stetting
we will be stetting
you will be stetting
they will be stetting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stetting
you have been stetting
he/she/it has been stetting
we have been stetting
you have been stetting
they have been stetting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stetting
you will have been stetting
he/she/it will have been stetting
we will have been stetting
you will have been stetting
they will have been stetting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stetting
you had been stetting
he/she/it had been stetting
we had been stetting
you had been stetting
they had been stetting
Conditional
I would stet
you would stet
he/she/it would stet
we would stet
you would stet
they would stet
Past Conditional
I would have stetted
you would have stetted
he/she/it would have stetted
we would have stetted
you would have stetted
they would have stetted
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.stet - printing: cancel, as of a correction or deletion
stet - printing: direct that a matter marked for omission or correction is to be retained (used in the imperative)
annul, invalidate, nullify, void, quash, avoid - declare invalid; "The contract was annulled"; "void a plea"
2.stet - printing: direct that a matter marked for omission or correction is to be retained (used in the imperative)
direct - command with authority; "He directed the children to do their homework"
stet - printing: cancel, as of a correction or deletion
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Translations

stet

[stet] VI (Typ) → vale, deje como está
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stet

(Typ)
interjstehen lassen (Punkte unter falscher Korrektur)
vtdie Korrektur (+gen)rückgängig machen
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stet

[stɛt] n (Typ) → vive
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Burke and Stets observe that society is patterned and organized, and the self emerges within the context of a complex, organized society.
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This second project is the Structured Training and Employment Transitional Services (STETS) demonstration.
Mephistopheles characterizes himself as " der Geist, der stets verneint " ( " the spirit who always negates " ), that is, the spirit of absolute destruction, whose wish is that the entire world return to nothingness.
And sixth, the fact that the laughter of Dada was 'stets auch ein Lachen fiber sich selbst und vor allem ein Verlachen der Kunst, denn auch sie gehorte der zugrunde gerichteten Ordnung an' (p.