Phrasal verb: Set up
Spanish translation: 1. establecer, lanzar, 2. preparar, 3. estructurar, levantar, 4. tender una trampa
Definition: 1. To start up a new business, or 2. to making something ready to use or to happen, to prepare something, 3. to build something material, 4. to make someone look like they are guilty of doing something illegal or wrong, when they aren’t.
Used in sentences:
1. We are going to set up a new technology store.
2. Can you set up the next meeting?
3. Let’s get the table set up before the customers arrive.
4. They set him up to look like he was the one that stole the merchandise.
Related words or phrases: establish, start, build, prepare, organize, / trap