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  1. stand

    • IPA[stand]


    • v.
      have or maintain an upright position, supported by one's feet;rise to one's feet
    • n.
      an attitude toward a particular issue; a position taken in an argument;a determined effort to resist or fight for something
    • noun: stand, plural noun: stands

    • verb: stand, 3rd person present: stands, gerund or present participle: standing, past tense: stood, past participle: stood

    • 釋義
    • 片語
    • v.
    • 1. have or maintain an upright position, supported by one's feet:

      Lionel stood in the doorway

      she stood still, heart hammering

    • 2. rise to one's feet:

      the two men stood up and shook hands

    • 3. move to and remain in a specified position:

      she stood aside to let them enter

    • 4. place or set in an upright or specified position:

      don't stand the plant in direct sunlight

    • 5. (of an object, building, or settlement) be situated in a particular place or position:

      the town stood on a hill

      the hotel stands in three acres of gardens

    • 6. (of a building or other vertical structure) remain upright and entire rather than fall into ruin or be destroyed:

      after the heavy storms, only one house was left standing

    • 7. remain valid or unaltered:

      my decision stands

      his strikeout record stood for 38 years

    • 8. (especially of a vehicle) remain stationary:

      the train now standing on track 3

    • 9. (of a liquid) collect and remain motionless:

      avoid planting in soil where water stands in winter

    • 10. (of food, a mixture, or liquid) rest without disturbance, typically so as to infuse or marinate:

      pour boiling water over the fruit and leave it to stand for 5 minutes

    • 11. (of a ship) remain on a specified course:

      the ship was standing north

    • 12. be in a specified state or condition:

      since mother's death the house had stood empty

      sorry, darling—I stand corrected

    • 13. adopt a particular attitude toward a matter or issue:

      students should consider where they stand on this issue

    • 14. be of a specified height:

      Sampson was a small man, standing 5 ft. 4 in. tall

    • 15. be at (a particular level or value):

      the budget stood at $14 million per annum

    • 16. be in a situation where one is likely to do something:

      investors stood to lose heavily

    • 17. act in a specified capacity:

      he stood watch all night

    • 18. (of a stallion) be available for breeding.
    • 19. withstand (an experience or test) without being damaged:

      small boats that could stand the punishment of heavy seas

    • 20. be able to endure or tolerate:

      I can't stand the way Mom talks to him

    • 21. be a candidate in an election:

      he stood for parliament in 1968

    • 22. provide (food or drink) for someone at one's own expense:

      somebody in the bar would stand him a beer

    • n.
    • 1. an attitude toward a particular issue; a position taken in an argument:

      the party's tough stand on welfare

      his traditionalist stand

    • 2. a determined effort to resist or fight for something:

      this was not the moment to make a stand for independence

      we have to take a stand against racism

    • 3. an act of holding one's ground against or halting to resist an opposing force:

      Custer's legendary last stand

    • 4. a rack, base, or piece of furniture for holding, supporting, or displaying something:

      a microphone stand

    • 5. a small stall or booth in a street, market, or public building from which goods are sold:

      a hot-dog stand

    • 6. a raised platform for a band, orchestra, or speaker.
    • 7. the place where someone typically stands or sits:

      she took her stand in front of the desks

    • 8. a place where vehicles, typically taxicabs, wait for passengers:

      a taxi stand

      the terminal's facilities include additional aircraft parking stands

    • 9. a witness box:

      Sergeant Harris took the stand

    • 10. a large raised tiered structure for spectators, typically at a sports arena:

      her parents watched from the stands

    • 11. a cessation from motion or progress:

      the train drew to a stand by the signal box

    • 12. each halt made on a touring theatrical production to give one or more performances.
    • 13. a group of growing plants of a specified kind, especially trees:

      a stand of poplars

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