set aside

set aside  {v.}
1. To separate from the others in a group or collection.
She set aside the things in the old trunk which she wanted to keep.
2. To select or choose from others for some purpose.
The governor set aside a day for thanksgiving.
3. To pay no attention to (something); leave out.
The complaint was set aside as of no importance.
4.  {formal}
To refuse to accept; annul; cancel as worthless or wrong.
The Supreme Court set aside the decision of the lower courts.
Categories: formal verb