set scene

set scene
set scene[´set¸si:n] n сцена, оформена с декори.

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  • set the scene for something — set the scene (for (something)) 1. to describe a situation so that people can understand what is happening. Let me just set the scene briefly and my colleague will add some details later. 2. to make something possible or likely to happen. The… …   New idioms dictionary

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