set out one's stall

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set out one's stall (third-person singular simple present sets out one's stall, present participle setting out one's stall, simple past and past participle set out one's stall)

  1. To make publicly clear one's position with reference to a particular idea or philosophy.
    John has obviously set out his stall for the Green Party.
    • 2021 January 27, Paul Clifton, “What is the future of the RDG?”, in RAIL, issue 923, page 40:
      This interview is at RDG's request: it wants to set out its stall for the most challenging of years ahead.

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