Definition of set-to in English:

set-to

Syllabification: set-to

noun (plural set-tos)

informal
A fight or argument: we had a little set-to about her piano practicing
More example sentences
  • They are set-tos that serve to harden the perception of Penn as entirely without humour.
  • Since then she has had several set-tos with the administration over various topics.
  • But even this hawkishness hasn't spared him from set-tos with conservatives.

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