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Adjective
Permanent, or lasting for an indefinite period
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“So if you're watching, Michael, you have a standing invitation to appear on this program.”
Adjective
Erect, standing, or rising up
“In the dark of someone's lawn, Payne saw the thin form of a standing flag pole.”
Adjective
Stationary and not moving
“In Shakespeare's time, a bedroom was generally furnished with a standing bed and a truckle-bed.”
Adjective
Still currently functioning or in operation
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Having reality or existence
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Left somewhere when not in use
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Courteously deferential and respectful
Noun
The placement of something or someone within a vertical hierarchy
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“Added to this already potent motivation was the question of his standing within the Company's hierarchy.”
Noun
One's social status or position, or the state of having a high social status or position
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“It is perhaps only to be expected that the warhorses with which a knight or esquire served would tend to reflect his standing in both society and the military hierarchy.”
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The power or influence to affect, control or manipulate (something or someone)
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“For example, a minor does not have the standing to sue in his own name.”
Noun
The length of time that something has lasted or that someone has fulfilled a role
“Cooperative arrangements and the tradition of working together are matters of long standing within the intelligence community.”
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The state of being a candidate
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A person's point of view or attitude towards something
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A sign or indication of a quality or characteristic
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A category having attributes in common while differentiated from others by kind, type, or quality
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One's temperament or mental state
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The ability to withstand prolonged hardship
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One's input or involvement on a given matter
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Verb
Present participle for to have or maintain an upright position, supported by one's feet
“She would stand beside my bed while staring down at me.”
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Present participle for to rise to an upright position
“He stood up, waiting for me to stand too, and when I did, he started to amble towards me.”
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Present participle for to set in an upright position
“They quickly come to take your order as soon as you stand the flag up in the sand.”
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Present participle for to place in a given position
Stand the vase on top of the fireplace.”
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Present participle for to be situated
“Huge glass structures stand where fields of flowers once thrived.”
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Present participle for to remain valid or unaltered
“The league's policy on uniforms will stand despite criticism from various pundits.”
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Present participle for to be able to endure or tolerate
“I will not be able to stand his constant incoherent chatter for much longer.”
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Present participle for to have a certain position within a group
“If the city's football team wins today, they will stand second in the league rankings.”
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Present participle for to pay or give what is owed
“Won't you stand a treat, Colonel, for what I have done already?”
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