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place setting

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplace settingˈplace ˌsetting noun [countable]  DFUan arrangement on a table of knives, forks, glasses etc to be used by one person
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place settingPerhaps paint place setting on to mats so that knives and forks can be matched to picture.Dishwasher manufacturers use a standard place setting as a guide to how much machines will hold.The place setting is laid with the silver dinner service made by Garrard.
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