Значение идиомы set out

[set out] {v.} 1. To leave on a journey or voyage.

The Pilgrimsset out for the New World.

Compare: SET FORTH, SET OFF, STARTOUT. 2. To decide and begin to try; attempt.

George set out toimprove his pitching.

3. To plant in the ground.

The gardener setout some tomato seedlings.