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Synonyms for stand

be upright

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  • be upright
  • be erect
  • be vertical
  • be on your feet

get to your feet

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be located

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  • be located
  • be
  • sit
  • be found
  • perch
  • nestle
  • be positioned
  • be sited
  • be perched
  • be situated or located

be valid

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resist

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grandstand

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stand aside

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stand by: be prepared

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stand by: look on

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stand down

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tolerate

stand in for someone

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stand out: be conspicuous

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stand out: be better

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stand out: project

stand someone up

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stand up

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stand up for something or someone

stand up to something or someone: withstand

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stand up to something or someone: resist

Synonyms for stand

to adopt a standing posture

to restore to or place in an upright or proper position

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to pay for the food, drink, or entertainment of (another)

stand behind: to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

stand by: to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

stand for: to serve as an example, image, or symbol of

stand for: to serve as an official delegate of

stand in: to act as a substitute

stand out: to curve outward past the normal or usual limit

stand out: to be obtrusively conspicuous

stand up: to prove valid under scrutiny

stand up: to withstand stress or difficulty

Synonyms for stand

a support or foundation

the position where a thing or person stands

a growth of similar plants (usually trees) in a particular area

a small table for holding articles of various kinds

a support for displaying various articles

an interruption of normal activity

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a mental position from which things are viewed

a booth where articles are displayed for sale

a stop made by a touring musical or theatrical group to give a performance

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tiered seats consisting of a structure (often made of wood) where people can sit to watch an event (game or parade)

a platform where a (brass) band can play in the open air

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occupy a place or location, also metaphorically

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have or maintain a position or stand on an issue

remain inactive or immobile

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be in effect

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be tall

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put into an upright position

withstand the force of something

be available for stud services

References in periodicals archive ?
I cannot stand aside as the United States continues to pour its sacred resources into nuclear armament (yes, that is still happening today).
"If he's really good then I'll stand aside and back him," he posted on his @VoteForBoro account on December 22.
"Bashar al-Assad has lost legitimacy and should stand aside to allow "a sustainable political transition process," said the text of the draft declaration obtained by Reuters.
Damian Collins, a Tory MP who sits on the culture, media and sport committee and who has made a name for himself as a campaigner for Fifa reform, said Terry had to stand aside.
Summary: There are increasing calls for John Terry to stand aside as England skipper until the conclusion of his court case later this year.
Her decision to stand aside from the Republican nomination process came after the summer polls showed she was trailing way behind her rivals.
* The US administration is going to stand aside in the dispute between Macedonia and Greece, waiting for an initiative from the governments in Athens and Skopje.
"But he's going to have to stand aside for me and just mark this fight down to experience and see it as part of his learning curve."
5 2007 - England 2 Croatia 3 Already-qualified Croatia were at Wembley for a nice time and to stand aside as England got the win to take them to Euro 2008.
However Warner believes the USA would do better bidding for 2022 and should agree a deal to stand aside.
Critics have urged the Attorney to stand aside, alleging a conflict of interest because he is a member of the Cabinet and former Labour donor who was elevated to the peerage by Prime Minister Tony Blair.
It is important that physicians not stand aside and let this happen.
Market participants must bear the cost of their risk-taking if financial markets are to be efficient, and central bankers need to stand aside so markets can impose the wealth loss.
The six essential elements are "phonics, story sense, listening, guided reading, vocabulary, and writing." The program "provides students with a safe, nurturing, highly stimulating, and rewarding environment in which to develop their literacy skills." It seems to stand aside from the regular school curriculum.
"But there comes a time when you have to stand aside and let others step up and serve."