One of the most commonly used phrasal verbs is:
This phrasal verb is common most likely due to the fact that it has many definitions and uses.
...to Set Up can mean:
*to establish as an organization, business, etc.
A group of students in my class set up a new study club.
They set up a new business selling used vintage clothes.
*to assemble; to physically connect / put together
They set up their new home theater system.
*to put into power
The rebel forces took control and set up a new president and a new government.
*to arrange for someone to be blamed for something (this is also called 'to frame someone')
The criminals set up the innocent man for the crime.
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