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stand  Verb
Plural: stands
  1. Translate "stand" to Spanish: estar parado, estar de pie, mantenerse de pie, permanecer en pie, quedarse de pie
    English Synonyms of "stand": be standing, stand still, be in one's own legs, be on one's feet, be upstanding, keep standing by, be on one's hind legs
    Define meaning of "stand": Be standing; be upright.; Occupy a place or location, also metaphorically.
  2. The public stood, El público permaneció en pie.
    We had to stand for the entire performance!
    We stand on common ground.

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  3. Translate "stand" to Spanish: estar
    English Synonyms of "stand": be
    Define meaning of "stand": Be in some specified state or condition.; Occupy a place or location, also metaphorically.
  4. I stand corrected.
    We stand on common ground.

  5. Translate "stand" to Spanish: estar puesto
    English Synonyms of "stand": be set

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  7. Translate "stand" to Spanish: aguantar, sufrir
    English Synonyms of "stand": bear, endure, abide, put up with, sit down under, suffer, tolerate
    Define meaning of "stand": Put up with something or somebody unpleasant. ; Withstand the force of something. ; Hold one's ground; maintain a position; be steadfast or upright.
  8. I cannot stand her, No pudo sufrirla.
    I cannot bear his constant criticism.
    The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks.
    He learned to tolerate the heat.
    She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage.
    The trees resisted her.
    Stand the test of time.
    The mountain climbers had to fend against the ice and snow.
    I am standing my ground and won't give in!

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  9. Translate "stand" to Spanish: levantarse, ponerse de pie
    English Synonyms of "stand": arise, get up, rise, stand up, lift oneself up, pick oneself up, rise to one's feet, rise up
    Define meaning of "stand": Get up and out of bed. ; Rise to one's feet.

  10. Translate "stand" to Spanish: perdurar, resistir, prevalecer, pervivir
    English Synonyms of "stand": last, live through, survive, hold out, last out, live on, subsist
    Define meaning of "stand": Withstand the force of something. ; Hold one's ground; maintain a position; be steadfast or upright.
  11. The trees resisted her.
    Stand the test of time.
    The mountain climbers had to fend against the ice and snow.
    I am standing my ground and won't give in!

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  12. Translate "stand" to Spanish: estar vigente
    English Synonyms of "stand": be in effect
    Define meaning of "stand": Be in effect; be or remain in force.
  13. The law stands!

  14. Translate "stand" to Spanish: detenerse
    English Synonyms of "stand": come to a stop, halt, stop, come to a halt, come to a stand, come to a standstill, come to rest, freeze, rest
    Define meaning of "stand": Remain inactive or immobile.
  15. Standing water.

  16. Translate "stand" to Spanish: actuar como
    English Synonyms of "stand": act as, act like, act someone's part, act the part of, play someone's part, play someone's role, play the role of
    Define meaning of "stand": Pretend to have certain qualities or state of mind. ; Function as or act like.


  17. Translate "stand" to Spanish: pagar por
    English Synonyms of "stand": pay for, bounce for, cough up for, pay the freight for

  18. Translate "stand" to Spanish: buscar una candidatura, postularse
    English Synonyms of "stand": run, run for candidate, run for office, stand for office
    Define meaning of "stand": Run, stand, or compete for an office or a position.

stand  Noun
  1. Translate "stand" to Spanish: puesto, tabanco
    English Synonyms of "stand": stall, commerce stand, booth
    Define meaning of "stand": A booth where articles are displayed for sale. ; The position where a thing or person stands.


  2. Translate "stand" to Spanish: punto de vista, posición, postura
    English Synonyms of "stand": outlook, standpoint, angle, point of view, say, slant, thought
    Define meaning of "stand": Belief about (or mental picture of) the future. ; A habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations.

  3. Translate "stand" to Spanish: quiosco, caseta, kiosko, puesto de comercio, stand, tenderete
    English Synonyms of "stand": kiosk, booth, commerce stand, cubicle, open-air stand, pavilion, sideshow, stall
    Define meaning of "stand": A booth where articles are displayed for sale.

  4. Translate "stand" to Spanish: estrado, plataforma, tarima, tribuna
    English Synonyms of "stand": platform, platform for public speaking, grand stand, planking, podium, raised platform for public speaking, stage, dais, footplate, well
    Define meaning of "stand": A platform where a (brass) band can play in the open air.


  5. Translate "stand" to Spanish: pedestal, peana, pie, zócalo
    English Synonyms of "stand": footing, pedestal, plinth, base, bottom, foot, plinth of a statue
    Define meaning of "stand": A support or foundation.
  6. The base of the lamp.

  7. Translate "stand" to Spanish: soporte
    English Synonyms of "stand": brace, support, holding, kickstand, mount, prop, stay
    Define meaning of "stand": A structural member used to stiffen a framework.; A support that steadies or strengthens something else.

  8. Translate "stand" to Spanish: posición ideológica, plante


  9. Translate "stand" to Spanish: representación, interpretación
    English Synonyms of "stand": acting, role, interpretation, performance, play, role-playing, presentment
    Define meaning of "stand": A stop made by a touring musical or theatrical group to give a performance.
  10. A one-night stand.

  11. Translate "stand" to Spanish: perchero
    English Synonyms of "stand": clothes hanger, clothesrack, rack, clothes rack, clothes tree, clothing rack, coat rack, hall stand
    Define meaning of "stand": A hanger that is shaped like a person's shoulders and used to hang garments on.

  12. Translate "stand" to Spanish: población de árboles, masa
    English Synonyms of "stand": tree population, stand of trees, tree plantation

Verb Conjugation for "stand"
Gerund: standing

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Conceptually-related expressions of "stand"
aircraft loading stand
all stand
article to stand
as matters stand
as things stand
assessment of competency to stand on trial
bally stand
barrel stand
be able to stand
be able to stand up
be forced to stand down
be made to stand
be unable to stand
bearing stand
bedside stand
bee hive stand
beehive stand
cab stand
call to the stand
camera stand
caster stand
castor stand
charity stand
coat stand
come to a stand
commerce stand
composing stand
corncob stand
cruet stand
do not stand for
drinks stand
even-aged stand
everybody stand
flower stand
flowerpot stand
food stand
from an educational stand
fruit stand
funnel cake stand
funnelcake stand
get on the stand
go on the stand
grand stand
hack stand
hall stand
hamburger stand
hat-stand
have a firm stand on
have a leg to stand on
have no leg to stand
have no leg to stand in
have not a leg to stand on
have nothing left to stand on
hot dog stand
hotdog stand
I can't stand him
I can't stand it
I cant's stand it
ice cream stand
if a house be divided against itself that house cannot stand
inner chamber of a temple in classical architecture where the statues of the gods stand
irrigated stand
keep a neutral stand
Lashley jumping stand
leave the witness stand
lemonade stand
limit of what one can stand
liquor stand
loading stand
maintain one's stand
make a stand
make a stand against
make one's hairs stand on end
make someone's hair stand on end
mentally competent to stand trial
middle-of-the-road stand
music stand
natural stand
neck muscle which helps link the vertebrae to stand upright
news-stand
newsagent's stand
one-night stand
open-air stand
operational stand
orgeat stand
partiture stand
pottery stand
pupusa stand
pure stand
put on the stand
reasons for our stand
refreshment stand
reverse stand-by
rhetorical device involving a cutting through of two words that usually stand together
ring stand
roadside stand
seed stand
seedling stand
sit-to-stand
slushie stand
soft-drink stand
switch stand
take a firm stand
take a firm stand on
take a stand
take a stand against
take a stand for
take one's stand
take stand
take the stand
take the witness stand
taxi stand
three-legged stand
time doesn't stand still
to stand out
too drunk to stand up
tree and stand measurement
two-leg stand
two-legged stand
umbrella stand
united we stand
valet stand
vegetable stand
wash stand
wine stand
witness stand
young stand
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