(cause to) have, take or keep an upright position
remain unchanged; remain valid
remain in the same place
be in a certain condition or situation
… have a specified height
rest in a position, especially upright
endure; bear; be patient with
position, taken up; act or instance of standing
small piece of furniture
structure from which goods are sold; area or structure where things are displayed, exhibited, advertised, etc.
large, usually sloping, structure at a sports ground,racecourse, etc., with rows of seats for spectators
a fixed public decision or opinion
halt or standstill
resistance to attack
"the base of the lamp"
"they cut down a stand of trees"
"a bedside stand"
"the newspapers were arranged on a rack"
"we should consider this problem from the viewpoint of the Russians"
"teaching history gave him a special point of view toward current events"
"a one-night stand"
"the army made a final stand at the Rhone"
"We had to stand for the entire performance!"
"I stand corrected"
"We stand on common ground"
"I am standing my ground and won't give in!"
"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"
"Where do you stand on the War?"
"The law stands!"
"She stands 6 feet tall"
"Can you stand the bookshelf up?"
"The trees resisted her"
"stand the test of time"
"The mountain climbers had to fend against the ice and snow"
"male domestic animals such as stallions serve selected females"
But by Heaven..! If you coulds. Here he made a full Stand.
He..made a sudden stand.
He..stood.., stiff and straight-backed.
出自： G. Greene
The unemployed men were just standing around with their hands in their pockets.
那梯子就靠在墙上,使窃贼轻易地进了房子。 stand sb/sth against sth
Stand the ladder against the wall.
The prisoner was stood against the wall and shot.
他们让犯人靠墙站着,枪毙了他。 stand against sth
The church tower stood against the sky like a finger pointing towards heaven.
教堂的尖塔在天空的映衬下宛如指向天空的手指。 stand against sth
Some people stood against the project.
He just stood aside and allowed it to happen.
I hope you don't expect me just to stand aside and allow this.
He stood aside meekly when the new policy was proposed.
The artist stood back from the portrait to judge the general balance of the composition.
One who stands by you in times of trouble is your true friend.
困难时帮助你的人才是真正的朋友。 stand by sth
Stand by your word.
My teacher is a man who stands by his promises.
They are standing in while the others are unable to take part.
Will you stand in for me at today's meeting?
Nobody would like to stand in with enemy.
Let me stand in with you if it is expensive.
The little girl stands in with the teacher.
The two fleets were standing off from each other.
He is a tall, distinguished-looking man who stands out in any crowd.
The bold print stands out very well.
Her bright red hair made her stand out from the others.
她那亮红色的秀发使她格外显眼。 stand out
He stands out in everything he does.
Her talents stand out in comparison with the others.
她的天分比其他人都高。 stand out
He ordered the soldier to stand out.
他命令那个士兵出列。 stand out
The garrison will stand out for some time.
守卫部队能坚持一段时间。 stand out against sth
He says he will stand out against this oppression.
他说他要坚持反抗这种压迫。 stand out for sth
The workers are standing out for higher wages and better conditions.
The project is to stand over till next year.
He works better when someone is standing over him.
Unless I stand over him he makes all sorts of mistakes.
He told his men to stand to.
He always stands to his promise.
Every one of us should stand to his duty.
He stood the statue up in a corner.
他把塑像竖在屋角。 stand up
He told the men to stand up straight.
Please stand up when we call your name.
我们叫到你的名字时请起立。 stand up
My first bike stood up for more than ten years.
How many years will this type of material stand up?
Do you think your car will stand up well under such snowy conditions?
Of all the theories discussed, only one really stood up.
在讨论过的这些理论中,只有一种是真正站得住脚的。 stand sb ⇔ up
I didn't know whether he had forgotten about the appointment or whether he was standing me up.
Don't stand me up again!
After waiting for two hours, he began to realize that she had stood him up.
She often stands her boyfriend up.
All through the faculty meeting Frank stood up for his friend who was being criticized so severely.
He stands up for women's rights.
If you don't stand up for your rights, no one else will do it for you.
如果自己不维护自己的权利,别人是不会替你维护的。 stand up for sth
He always stands up for the things in which he believes.
Always stand up for your principles.
Don't let people pick on you; just stand up to them.
We should stand up to the strong enemy.
Why don't you stand up to your boss when you know you're right?
Don't be afraid of difficulties; stand up to them with confidence and you'll succeed.
I don't know how I stand with her.
We will stand together with all the countries and people that love peace and uphold justice.
The war brought all foreign trade to a stand.
误 He can't stand treating like that.
正 He can't stand being treated like that.
误 My wife's health will not stand up for this cold damp climate.
正 My wife's health will not stand up to this cold damp climate.
析 stand up to是固定短语,表示“经得起”“经受住”; stand up for则表示“维护”“支持”。
误 He doesn't stand that horrible English climate.
正 He can't stand that horrible English climate.
析 一般用can't〔couldn't〕 stand表示“不能忍受…”,不用don't〔doesn't〕 stand。
误 No matter what happens I'll stand you by, so don't be afraid.
正 No matter what happens I'll stand by you, so don't be afraid.
析 stand by是习惯用法,表示“支持…”。这里的by是介词,不是副词,宾语须置于介词by之后。
误 The newcomer offered to stand us to a drink.
正 The newcomer offered to stand us a drink.
正 The newcomer offered to treat us to a drink.
析 表示“请客(喝酒、吃饭)”可以说 stand sb a drink〔a dinner〕,也可以说treat sb to a drink〔a dinner〕,不可说stand sb to a drink〔a dinner〕。
误 Stand firmly; don't let them push you around.
正 Stand firm; don't let them push you around.
析 stand firm是固定说法,作“站稳”“坚定不屈”解。不可说stand firmly。
误 He doesn't stand a chance to passing the examination.
正 He doesn't stand a chance of passing the examination.
析 stand a chance是固定短语,表示“有机会”“有可能”,后面常接“of v -ing”结构,表示“(大)有…的希望”或“很有…的可能”。
误 Red stands out in a white background.
正 Red stands out against a white background.
误 Tom was very tall and stood up in the crowd.
正 Tom was very tall and stood out in the crowd.
析 表示“(在…衬托下)显得突出或轮廓鲜明”时,须用stand out against...结构; 表示“(在人群里)显得突出或引人注目”时,则用stand out in...的结构。
误 He could see what matters stood.
正 He could see how matters stood.
析 stand表示“某事处于某种状况”,是不及物动词。how是关系副词,在句中作stood的状语,不可说what matters stood。
误 The teacher asked the boy to stand at his attention.
正 The teacher asked the boy to stand at attention.
析 表示“立正”可说stand at attention,不可说stand at one's attention。
误 His house stands up on a hill.
正 His house stands on a hill.
析 这里stand意为“站在,存在于…”,不需用up; stand up的意思是“站起来”,强调动作。