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set the bar

What does "set the bar" mean?

  • conversation without real meaning; conversation without any particular purpose; conversation about general subjects; conversation one starts with unfamilliar people in order to be more involved; conversation used to make friends with new people; conversation used to make the atmosphere better
  • create an expectation or goal for how good something should be
  • skyscraper, tall building, building with many floors

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