- set aside
- phrasal verb
Word forms "set aside":
present tense I/you/we/they set aside he/she/it sets aside present participle setting aside past tense set aside past participle set aside1) to keep or save something from a larger amount or supply in order to use it later for a particular purposeset aside for:
Have you set aside some money for your child's education?2) to not let a particular feeling, opinion, or belief influence you, in order to achieve something more important
They agreed to set aside their differences and work together for peace.3) to officially state that a particular legal decision will no longer be followed
The High Court has set aside the lower court's ruling.
English dictionary. 2014.