Definition of stand 1 as in to sit to occupy a place or location the monument stands in the middle of the town plaza Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance sit be lie remain wait bear rest reside stay overlook station await hang around dwell command stick around post tarry 2 as in to tolerate
The Stand: Created by Josh Boone, Benjamin Cavell. With James Marsden, Odessa Young, Alexander Skarsgård, Whoopi Goldberg. After the world is in ruins, due to a man-made plague, a battle of Biblical proportions ensues between the survivors.
1 stand / ˈ stænd/ verb stands; stood / ˈstʊd/ ; standing Britannica Dictionary definition of STAND 1 [no object] a : to be in an upright position with all of your weight on your feet She was standing near the window. He was standing next to me. All of the seats on the bus were taken so we had to stand. [+] more examples
stand verb (VERTICAL) A2 [ I or T ] to be in a vertical state or to put into a vertical state, especially (of a person or animal) by making the legs straight: Granny says if she stands for a long time her ankles hurt. As a sign of politeness you should stand (up) when she comes in. Stand still and be quiet!
stand by 1. To be ready or available to act. 2. To wait for something, such as a broadcast, to resume. 3. To remain uninvolved; refrain from acting: stood by and let him get away. 4. To remain loyal to; aid or support: stands by her friends. 5. To keep or maintain: stood by her decision. stand down 1. Law To leave a witness stand. 2.
stand for [sth] vtr phrasal insep (represent) representar⇒ vtr : simbolizar⇒ vtr ⓘ Esta oración no es una traducción de la original. En el arte, una paloma frecuentemente representa la paz. stand for [sth] vtr phrasal insep (tolerate, accept) tolerar⇒ vtr : I won't stand for any more of his racist comments. No voy a tolerar más sus comentarios racistas.
A Stand is an entity psychically generated by its owner, referred to as a Stand User (スタンド使い Sutando Tsukai).  It generally presents itself as a figure hovering over or near the user and possesses abilities beyond that of an ordinary human, which, depending on the Stand User, can be wielded for good or evil. Contents 1 Definition 2 Stand Users