to stand: se tenir debout, rester debout, se situer
I can stand for hours. Je peux rester debout pendant des heures.
to stand up: se lever, se mettre debout
Please stand up. Levez-vous s'il vous plait.
- "Too hard standin' on my own two feet"
- "Anyway, I am standing next to none other than entrepreneur Bruno Delavigne, who has just emerged from intense marathon negotiation sessions with the International Fruit Concern, Incorporated."
- "Standing on the wall"
- "Right now I am standing outside the hottest party in Hollywood, home of the most important people on earth: celebrities."
- "Subject: Delavigne Corp's stand at Galeries Falayette, Paris"
- "Janine : Well Brent, we know that nobody wants to be standing in the unemployment line, but in most US states, you are entitled to collect unemployment if you have been laid off."
- "Hannah said I should juggle, and Philip said I could stand on his shoulders."
- "There's a poster on the wall of my office that says "A dwarf standing on the shoulders of a giant may see farther than the giant himself."
- "It's clear that you have mastered the ins and outs of the British pub, so I don't think you'll experience any cultural problems. I was amazed when you stood on the table and sang Abba songs with members of a women's rugby team. While this kind of behaviour may not be acceptable in front of your client, I'm sure you'll go down well with English girls!"
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