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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis stand reiškia 1. v (stood) 1) stovėti, atsistoti; to stand in one's light užstoti kam šviesą;perk. stovėti kieno nors kelyje; trukdyti; to stand in one's own light kenkti sau; to stand on end pasišiaušti; to stand on one's own bottom būti nepriklausomam; pasitikėti tik lietuviškai.

Stand tarimas:

  • /stænd/

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • verb-intransitive: To rise to an upright position on the feet.
  • verb-intransitive: To assume or maintain an upright position as specified: stand straight; stand to one side.
  • verb-intransitive: To maintain an upright position on the feet.
  • verb-intransitive: To maintain an upright or vertical position on a base or support: The urn stands on a pedestal.
  • verb-intransitive: To be placed or situated: The building stands at the corner.
  • verb-intransitive: To remain stable, upright, or intact: The old school still stands.
  • verb-intransitive: To remain valid, effective, or unaltered: The agreement stands.
  • verb-intransitive: To be or show a specified figure or amount: The balance stands at $500.
  • verb-intransitive: To measure a specified height when in an upright position: stands six feet tall.
  • verb-intransitive: To take up or maintain a specified position, altitude, or course: He stands on his earlier offer. We will stand firm.
  • verb-intransitive: To be in a position of possible gain or loss: She stands to make a fortune.
  • verb-intransitive: To be in a specified state or condition: I stand corrected. We stand in awe of the view.
  • verb-intransitive: To exist in a particular form: Send the message as it now stands.
  • verb-intransitive: To be at a specified level on or as if on a scale: stands third in her class; stands high in reputation.
  • verb-intransitive: To come to a stop; remain motionless.
  • verb-intransitive: To remain stationary or inactive: The car stood in the garage all winter.
  • verb-intransitive: To remain without flowing or being disturbed; be or become stagnant.
  • verb-intransitive: Nautical To take or hold a particular course or direction: a ship standing to windward.
  • verb-intransitive: To be available as a sire. Used of horses.
  • verb-intransitive: Chiefly British To be a candidate for public office.
  • verb-transitive: To cause to stand; place upright.
  • verb-transitive: To engage in or encounter: stand battle.
  • verb-transitive: To resist successfully; withstand: stand the test of time; will not stand close examination.
  • verb-transitive: To put up with patiently or resolutely; bear: can't stand the heat. See Synonyms at bear1.
  • verb-transitive: To submit to or undergo: stand trial.
  • verb-transitive: To tolerate and benefit from: I could stand a good night's sleep.
  • verb-transitive: To perform the duty of: stand guard.
  • verb-transitive: Informal To treat (someone) or pay the cost of (food or drink): She stood him to a drink. We'll stand dinner.
  • noun: The act of standing.
  • noun: A ceasing of work or activity; a standstill or halt.
  • noun: A stop on a performance tour.
  • noun: The place or station where a person stands.
  • noun: A booth, stall, or counter for the display of goods for sale.
  • noun: A parking space reserved for taxis.
  • noun: A desperate or decisive effort at defense or resistance, as in a battle: made their stand at the river.
  • noun: A position or opinion one is prepared to uphold: must take a stand on environmental issues.
  • noun: The bleachers at a playing field or stadium.
  • noun: Law A witness stand.
  • noun: A small rack, prop, or table for holding any of various articles: a music stand; a bedside stand.
  • noun: A group or growth of tall plants or trees: a stand of pine.
  • phrasal-verb: stand by To be ready or available to act.
  • phrasal-verb: stand by To wait for something, such as a broadcast, to resume.
  • phrasal-verb: stand by To remain uninvolved; refrain from acting: stood by and let him get away.
  • phrasal-verb: stand by To remain loyal to; aid or support: stands by her friends.
  • phrasal-verb: stand by To keep or maintain: stood by her decision.
  • phrasal-verb: stand down Law To leave a witness stand.
  • phrasal-verb: stand down To withdraw, as from a political contest.
  • phrasal-verb: stand down To end a state of readiness or alert.
  • phrasal-verb: stand down To go off duty.
  • phrasal-verb: stand for To represent; symbolize.
  • phrasal-verb: stand for To advocate or support: stands for freedom of the press.
  • phrasal-verb: stand for To put up with; tolerate: We will not stand for impertinent behavior.
  • phrasal-verb: stand in To act as a stand-in.
  • phrasal-verb: stand off To stay at a distance; remain apart or aloof.
  • phrasal-verb: stand off To put off; evade.
  • phrasal-verb: stand off Nautical To maintain a course away from shore.
  • phrasal-verb: stand on To be based on; depend on: The success of the project stands on management's support of it.
  • phrasal-verb: stand on To insist on observance of: stand on ceremony; stand on one's rights.
  • phrasal-verb: stand out To protrude; project.
  • phrasal-verb: stand out To be conspicuous, distinctive, or prominent.
  • phrasal-verb: stand out To refuse compliance or maintain opposition; hold out: stand out against a verdict.
  • phrasal-verb: stand out Nautical To maintain a course away from shore.
  • phrasal-verb: stand over To watch or supervise closely.
  • phrasal-verb: stand over To hold over; postpone.
  • phrasal-verb: stand to To take up positions for action.
  • phrasal-verb: stand up To remain valid, sound, or durable: His claim will not stand up in court. Our old car has stood up well over time.
  • phrasal-verb: stand up Informal To fail to keep a date with.
  • idiom: stand a chance To have a chance, as of gaining or accomplishing something.
  • idiom: stand (one's) ground To maintain one's position against an attack.
  • idiom: stand (one's) ground To refuse to compromise; be unyielding.
  • idiom: own To be independent and responsible for oneself.
  • idiom: stand pat To oppose or resist change.
  • idiom: stand pat Games To play one's poker hand without drawing more cards.
  • idiom: stand to reason To be consistent with reason: It stands to reason that if we leave late, we will arrive late.
  • idiom: stand up for To side with; defend.
  • idiom: stand up for To stand up with.
  • idiom: stand up to To confront fearlessly; face up to.
  • idiom: stand up with To act as best man or maid of honor for (the groom or bride) at a wedding.

Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • to stand in one's light užstoti kam šviesą
  • stovėti kieno nors kelyje
  • trukdyti
  • to stand in one's own light kenkti sau
  • to stand on end pasišiaušti
  • to stand on one's own bottom būti nepriklausomam
  • pasitikėti tik
  • (stood)
  • stovėti
  • atsistoti
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