settings

All Noun
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  • Although later studies show evidence that a double standard does show up within group settings.
  • There is also a great variety of systems of rules and game settings.
  • In addition, he has written several novels and short stories with original settings.
  • Within any number of settings, the players then direct their vehicles in combat.
  • Living in two social settings affected him and greatly influenced his books.
  • The shows featured modern American settings and simple scene changes to suit the small theatre.
  • It is also by far the most widely used in practical settings.
  • Thus the characters and settings do not generally resemble those seen in the series.
  • Under these circumstances, many open minded young people were attracted to these city settings.
  • Play time can be limited by settings in the system.
  • A small number of his songs are settings of his own texts.
  • It is also an issue in health care settings and the wider community.
  • Her books have a very strong sense of place, with settings that play as significant a role as do the characters themselves.
  • In certain settings, men would participate in the hard labor, such as working on the farm.
  • Both settings allow the player to start with a full complement of six cities.
  • These are especially common in college and university settings.
  • In German military practice, communications were divided into separate networks, each using different settings.
  • All these degrees commonly work together as a team, especially in institutional settings.
  • These four pressure units are used in different settings.
  • However, the external drive may be removed (along with content) without losing settings.
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Root form of settings is setting for the noun.

Meaning of settings

  • noun The context and environment in which something is set
    the perfect setting for a ghost story
  • noun The state of the environment in which a situation exists
    you can't do that in a university setting
  • noun The physical position of something
    he changed the setting on the thermostat