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set-up
/ˈsɛt-ʌp/ (say 'set-up)

noun 1.  organisation; arrangement; general state of affairs.

2. Surveying a station or point at which a surveying instrument is set up for taking a number of readings.

3. Colloquial contest or undertaking which presents no real challenge or problems, as a fixed boxing match.

4. Colloquial a racket; swindle.

5. Colloquial a trap; ambush.

adjective 6.  of or relating to a set-up.