• IPA: /ˈaʊtsɛt/

outset (plural outsets)

  1. The beginning or initial stage of something. [from 1759]
    He agreed and understood from the outset, so don't bother explaining again.
Translations Verb

outset (outsets, present participle outsetting; past and past participle outset)

  1. (internet, CSS, transitive) To cause (a design element) to extend around the outside of something else, the opposite of being inset.

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