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standing

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈstændɪŋ/
the reputation or position that someone or something has in an area of activity or an organization: Because they are a public limited company, their financial standing is public knowledge. improve/increase sb's standing
the time for which something has existed: of a year's, etc. standing The society also offers a Members' Loyalty Bond for investors of two years' standing.
in good standing a person or an organization in good standing has followed all the necessary official processes and paid the necessary charges: The bonds were backed by prime bank securities, issued by an acceptable institution in good standing.
→  See also credit standing
Translations of “standing”
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲譽, 聲譽,名聲, 級別…
in Russian репутация, положение…
in Turkish saygınlık, itibar, şöhret…
in Chinese (Simplified) 声誉, 声誉,名声, 级别…
in Polish pozycja…
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