Übersetzung von “stand” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch

stand

verb /stӕnd/ (past tense, past participle stood /stud/)

to be in an upright position, not sitting or lying

tegak
His leg was so painful that he could hardly stand
After the storm, few trees were left standing.

(often with up) to rise to the feet

berdiri
He pushed back his chair and stood up
Some people like to stand (up) when the National Anthem is played.

to remain motionless

tidak bergerak
The train stood for an hour outside Newcastle.

to remain unchanged

tidak berubah
This law still stands.

to be in or have a particular place

ada
There is now a factory where our house once stood.

to be in a particular state, condition or situation

keadaan
As matters stand, we can do nothing to help
How do you stand financially?

to accept or offer oneself for a particular position etc

bertanding
He is standing as Parliamentary candidate for our district.

to put in a particular position, especially upright

menegakkan
He picked up the fallen chair and stood it beside the table.

to undergo or endure

menjalani
He will stand (his) trial for murder
I can’t stand her rudeness any longer.

to pay for (a meal etc) for (a person)

belanja
Let me stand you a drink!
take the stand

to come and sit in the witness box in order to testify

ke kandang saksi
The witness was asked to take the stand.
standing adjective

permanent

ketetapan
The general’s standing orders must be obeyed.
stand-by noun (plural stand-bys)

readiness for action

bersedia
Two fire-engines went directly to the fire, and a third was on stand-by (= ready to go if ordered).

something that can be used in an emergency etc

bersedia
Fruit is a good stand-by when children get hungry between meals.
stand-in noun

a person who takes someone else’s job etc for a temporary period, especially in making films

pengganti
The actress refused to do a nude scene in the film so they used a stand-in instead.
standing-room noun

space for standing only, not sitting

tempat berdiri
There was standing-room only on the bus.
make someone’s hair stand on end

to frighten someone very greatly

meremang bulu roma
The horrible scream made his hair stand on end.
stand aside phrasal verb

to move to one side or withdraw out of someone’s way

menyingkir
He stood aside to let me pass.
stand back phrasal verb

to move backwards or away

berundur
A crowd gathered round the injured man, but a policeman ordered everyone to stand back.
stand by phrasal verb

to watch something happening without doing anything

memerhatikan
I couldn’t just stand by while he was hitting the child.

to be ready to act

bersedia
The police are standing by in case of trouble.

to support; to stay loyal to

menyokong
She stood by him throughout his trial.
stand down phrasal verb

to withdraw eg from a contest

menarik diri
After the scandal he was forced to stand down as a presidential candidate.
stand fast/firm

to refuse to yield

berdiri teguh
She stood firm and refused to lower the price.
stand for phrasal verb

to be a candidate for election to

calon
He stood for Parliament.

to be an abbreviation for

memberi maksud
HQ stands for Headquarters.

to represent

mewakili
I like to think that our school stands for all that is best in education.

to tolerate

bertoleransi
I won’t stand for this sort of behaviour.
stand in phrasal verb

to take another person’s place, job etc for a time

menggantikan
The leading actor was ill and another actor stood in for him.
stand on one’s own (two) feet

to manage one’s own affairs without help

berdikari
He soon learned how to stand on his own two feet.
stand out phrasal verb

to be noticeable

menonjol
She stood out as one of the prettiest girls in the school.

to go on resisting or to refuse to yield

bertahan
The garrison stood out (against the besieging army) as long as possible.
stand over phrasal verb

to supervise closely

memerhatikan
I have to stand over him to make him do his schoolwork.
stand up for phrasal verb

to support or defend

mempertahankan
She stood up for him when the others bullied him.
stand up to phrasal verb

to show resistance to

bertahan
He stood up to the bigger boys who tried to bully him
These chairs have stood up to very hard use.

(Übersetzung von “stand” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)