enset aside

Meaning: en
allocate; separate; put in reserve
He had some money in an account that he'd set aside for his kids.
Christopher Columbus demanded that an entire "Columbus Week" be set aside to celebrate his glory, but in the end only got a day, and only in America.
I'll set aside next Sunday for a picnic with my family.
Whisk sugar and cornstarch in a bowl. Set aside.
Christopher Columbus demanded that an entire "Columbus Week" be set aside to celebrate his glory, but in the end only got a day, and only in the United States.
“She speaks truly,” said Lady Ashton, “it WAS I who, authorised alike by the laws of God and man, advised her, and concurred with her, to set aside an unhappy and precipitate engagement, and to annul it by the authority of Scripture itself.”
They set aside her objections.
Bake in the preheated oven until a paring knife easily inserts into the center of a potato, about 1 hour. Set aside to cool for about 10 minutes.
Algeria has set aside billions of dollars to develop rural areas.
I would have set aside the day for it if you'd told me ahead of time.
Added on 2019-10-26 | by m1gin | View: 158

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