v.) To be at rest in an erect position; to be fixed in an upright or firm position
v.) To cease from progress; not to proceed; to stop; to pause; to halt; to remain stationary.
v.) To be in some particular state; to have essence or being; to be; to consist.
v.) To tolerate, to put up with
v.) To be or remain as it is; to continue in force; to have efficacy or validity; to abide.
n.) a determined attitude or position.
n.)an elevated platform
Don’t stand by me.
I cannot stand the cold.
I will stand by what I said.
There’s a taxi stand up ahead.
We were made to stand in line.
We all stand by you to the last.
She couldn’t stand the heat in the train.
Don’t stand in my way.
Our offer will stand for another week.
They stand here in need of help.
She had to stand in the train.
I can’t stand people who brag.
Where’s a taxi stand around here?
He could no longer stand the pain.
You must stand to your resolution.
You must stand up for your rights.
Stand up when your name is called.
I get dizzy spells when I stand up.
Will the next witness take the stand?
I am a man who can’t stand being alone.
The pupils stand up when their teacher enters.
My feet went to sleep and I could not stand up.
There was some flute music open on the music stand.
I wonder if he will stand by me when I am in trouble.
A large number of magazines were arrayed on the stand.
I cannot stand you telling me all the time what my faults are.
The train was so crowded that I had to stand all the way to school.
I’ll stand up for what I believe in and won’t yield to any threats.
Husbands and wives should stand by each other throughout their lives.
My mother was very weak; she could not stand up to this cold weather.
He urged the whole community to stand united and to reject terrorism.
They are willing to stand for correct principles despite peer pressure .
Being unemployed gave me the chance to stand back and think about my life.
Clinton does not include his pro-choice stand in his standard stump speech, either.
There comes a time in every close game when a team has to rise up and make a stand.
A common way for companies to find new recruits is by taking a stand at a job exhibition.
Mr Karimov knows that he will stand or fall on his ability to stave off economic collapse.
I would stand back and try to line up at a better angle, but still the thought was there.
The problem then begins to stand clear and I shall now have to be brief and schematic.
He proved overconfident on the witness stand, misremembering a key piece of evidence.
A cup stand consists of an easel to display the saucer of the cup sitting before it.
The Eliots were inseparable; they went to parties where they would stand arm in arm.
The conductor rapped the music stand with his baton and the violins stopped playing.
Not many people have the nerve to stand up and speak in front of a large audience.
Girls who have always been at a mixed school know how to stand up for themselves.
Several children in this group needed a full brace in order to be able to stand.
The international community has been timid in taking a stand on such principles.