This page is about the phrasal verb set about
Meaning: to begin doing something that will probably take a lot of effort or a long timeSynonym: begin, start
- set about sth Before he set about the task of finding a new job, Trevor bought a new suit and had a haircut.
- set about doing sth Next year we'll set about finding new markets overseas for our products.
Helen has set about the daunting challenge of learning Japanese because she
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Contributor: Matt Errey