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Setup vs. Frameup

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Setupnoun

Equipment designed for a particular purpose; an apparatus.

‘The laboratory included an elaborate setup for measuring the energy.’;

Frameupnoun

A false incrimination of an innocent person; a scheme to frame an innocent person for a crime.

Setupnoun

The fashion in which something is organized or arranged.

‘The classroom setup was simple and efficient.’;

Frameup

In the United States criminal law, a frame-up (frameup) or setup is the act of framing someone, that is, providing false evidence or false testimony in order to falsely prove someone guilty of a crime. While incriminating those who are innocent might be done out of sheer malice, framing is primarily used as a distraction.

Setupnoun

An act to frame someone; an effort or arrangement aimed at placing the blame on somebody.

‘Trust me, that was a setup!’;

Setupnoun

(computing) An installer.

‘After inserting the disk, run the setup.’;

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Setupnoun

(operations) The process of arranging resources for performing a specific operation, as a run of a particular product.

‘A simple setup on the bottling line involves reloading bottles and labels; emptying, cleaning, and reloading the tanks; and a test run.’;

Setupverb

misspelling of set up

Setupnoun

equipment designed to serve a specific function

Setupnoun

the way something is organized or arranged;

‘it takes time to learn the setup around here’;

Setupnoun

an act that incriminates someone on a false charge

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