set in stone

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set in stone

  1. (idiomatic) permanent; certain; firm
    The decision won't be set in stone until we release the documents.

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set (something) in stone

  1. to make permanent, certain, or firm
    The plan looks good, but don't set it in stone until we have discussed it a bit more.

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