to set back
- achterwaarts omvallen
- cost a certain amount
to set back
- slow down the progress of; hinder
- Our children's education set us back quite a lot.
- I have to set my watch back. It's very fast.
- The rain set our plans back two weeks.
- I wonder how much Darby's new boob job set her back.
- Tomorrow, the car needs to go to the garage for a big service. It'll probably set me back a couple of hundreds of euros.
- MobilCom began implementing the measures set out in the restructuring plan back in November 2002.
- This provision shall be without prejudice to the take-back obligations as set out in Articles 22 and 24.
- The exhaust back-pressure or restriction must follow the same criteria as above, and may be set with a valve.
- Only the reporting set out in Articles 3, 6, 7, 10, 11, 14 to 17 and 18a is subject to back data reporting requirements.
- Following a request from the Commission, France sent a copy of the letters in which these special back-up conditions were set out.
- The strength of the seat-back and of its locking devices is deemed to meet the requirements set out in paragraph 6.2. when, after testing in accordance with paragraph 184.108.40.206., no breakage of the seat or seat-back has occurred; otherwise, it shall be shown that the seat is capable of meeting the test requirements set out in paragraph 6.2.
- According to the Court of Auditors, the mechanism laid down in the ministerial order required in particular that the planned reimbursements be set out in a chart showing the instalments to be paid back to the State.
- The remainder of the budget at the date set in accordance with Article 71(2), which has been approved in accordance with the provisions of Article 119 of the Schengen Convention, shall be paid back to the Member States.
- The remainder of the budget at the date set in accordance with Article 55(2), which has been approved in accordance with the provisions of Article 119 of the Schengen Convention, shall be paid back to the Member States.
- The Commission shall send for discussion significant evaluation reports to the Committee set up pursuant to Article 22(1). These results shall feed back into programme design and resource allocation.