stand for


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Synonyms for stand for

express indirectly by an image, form, or model

denote or connote

take the place of or be parallel or equivalent to

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As an earbud detangler, the Smarter Stand for iPhone solves problem by letting users easily wrap the cords around the dogbone-shaped stand enough times so the actual headphones can fit snugly inside the spool you create.
Eager to help everyone enter deeply into this mystery where God not only changes the bread and wine but also changes us, some pastors encouraged the people to stand for the whole prayer.
If they stand for soaking the rich for more taxes, they should say so.
Right now the Hollow Stand is our best stand for big bucks.
Each year thousands of communities celebrate Stand for Children Day 2000 by organizing local events on or around June 1.