set the wheels in motion

set the wheels in motion
Set the wheels in motion
When you set the wheels in motion, you get something started.

The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.

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  • set the wheels in motion — or start the wheels turning to do some of the things that will make a process start He needs to find a new place to live, and I m helping him set the wheels in motion …   English dictionary

  • set the wheels in motion — start the wheels turning phrase to do some of the things that will make a process start He needs to find a new place to live, and I’m helping him set the wheels in motion. Thesaurus: to make something start to exist or happensynonym Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • set the wheels in motion — ► set the wheels in motion begin a process or put a plan into action. Main Entry: ↑set …   English terms dictionary

  • set the wheels in motion — to cause a series of actions to start that will help you achieve what you want. A phone call to the right person should set the wheels in motion …   New idioms dictionary

  • set the wheels in motion —    When you set the wheels in motion, you get something started.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Set the wheels in motion —   When you set the wheels in motion, you get something started …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • set the wheels in motion — begin a process or put a plan into action. → set …   English new terms dictionary

  • set the wheels in motion — verb to initiate a chain of events necessary to help one achieve a goal (more quickly) …   Wiktionary

  • start the wheels turning — set the wheels in motion or start the wheels turning to do some of the things that will make a process start He needs to find a new place to live, and I m helping him set the wheels in motion …   English dictionary

  • set — Ⅰ. set [1] ► VERB (setting; past and past part. set) 1) put, lay, or stand in a specified place or position. 2) put, bring, or place into a specified state. 3) cause or instruct (someone) to do something. 4) give someone (a task) …   English terms dictionary

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