place setting

noun
1.
the group of dishes, silverware, glasses, etc., set at the place of each person at a meal.
2.
a single group of such dishes or eating utensils sold as a unit.

Origin:
1945–50

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place setting
 
n
the set of items of cutlery, crockery, and glassware laid for one person at a dining table

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Example sentences
Each place setting comes with a special booster seat with a doll-sized place
  setting.
Each guest receives one free drink, a paper place setting and access to the
  special party bounce room.
The pots would also be cute place setting markers for a luncheon party with
  garden friends.
At each place setting was a commemorative bronze medallion wrapped in white
  paper and pink ribbon.
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