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  1. standing

    • IPA[ˈstandɪŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      position, status, or reputation;the table of scores indicating the relative positions of competitors in a sporting contest
    • adj.
      (of a jump or a start in a running race) performed from rest or an upright position, without a run-up or the use of starting blocks;remaining in force or use; permanent
    • noun: standing, plural noun: standings

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. position, status, or reputation:

      their standing in the community

      a man of high social standing

    • 2. the table of scores indicating the relative positions of competitors in a sporting contest:

      she heads the world championship standings

      two teams desperate to improve their league standings

    • 3. the length of time that something has lasted or that someone has fulfilled a role; duration:

      an inter-departmental squabble of long standing

    • 4. a stall for cattle and horses.
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (of a jump or a start in a running race) performed from rest or an upright position, without a run-up or the use of starting blocks:

      I took a standing jump

      they built the world's largest advertising agency from a standing start nineteen years ago

    • 2. remaining in force or use; permanent:

      he has a standing invitation to visit them

      a standing army

    • 3. (of water) stagnant or still:

      standing water will also freeze in winter

    • 4. (of metal type) kept set up after use.
    • n. an instruction to a bank by an account holder to make regular fixed payments to a particular person or organization.

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    • n. a growing crop, especially of a cereal:

    • we have to avoid livestock and standing crops

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    • n. a growing crop, especially of a grain.

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    • adj. not attached to or supported by another structure:

    • a free-standing cooker

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    • n. an order or ruling governing the procedures of a society, council, or other deliberative body.

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    • n. the end of a rope in a ship's rigging that is made fast, as distinct from the end to be hauled on.

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    • n. a count of eight taken on a boxer who has not been knocked down but who appears temporarily unfit to continue fighting.

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    • n. space available for people to stand rather than sit in a vehicle, building, or stadium:

    • the stadium has standing room for 12,000 supporters

      it is standing room only in this small bar

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    • IPA[ˈstandiNG]

    美式

    • n.
      position, status, or reputation:
    • their standing in the community

      a man of high social standing

    • adj.
      (of a jump or a start in a running race) performed from rest or an upright position, without a run-up or the use of starting blocks:
    • I took a standing jump

      they built the world's largest advertising agency from a standing start nineteen years ago

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    • We found that the house stood.

      We found that the house stood. (O) We found that the house...順口多了: We found that the house still stood. 我們發現這房子依然屹立。 無論如何,stood...