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Unexpected DelaysPlay
A setback refers to unexpected problems delaying plans or goals, not routine ones. SlideDespite studying hard, failing the test was a real setback.
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Negative ConnotationsPlay
Setback implies a negative impact on progress, often causing disappointment. SlideLosing the contract was a significant setback for the company.
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Not PermanentPlay
A setback is usually seen as a temporary challenge that can be overcome. SlideThe project had a few setbacks, but the team is back on track now.