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all set

Prepared, ready, or primed to begin or complete a task at hand. Once I iron my shirt, I'll be all set for the date tonight.
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all set

Ready, in position for some action, as in I'm all set to leave the country. This colloquial term uses set in the sense of "put in proper position or order." The same meaning appears in the traditional Ready, get set, go for starting a race; here set means "in position to start."
See also: all, set