stand verb (VERTICAL)
As a sign of politeness you should stand (up) when she comes in. 她进来时你应该站起来以示礼貌
Stand still and be quiet! 站好了，不要出声！
stand verb (STATE)
[ + to infinitive ] Our firm stands to lose (= will lose) a lot of money if the deal is unsuccessful. 如果这笔交易不成的话，我们公司会损失一大笔钱。
We really can't allow the current situation to stand (= to exist in its current form). 我们确实不能允许目前的状况再继续下去了。
Newton's laws of mechanics stood (= were thought to be completely true) for over two hundred years. 牛顿力学定律曾在200多年间无人撼动。
Leave the mixture to stand (= do not touch it) for 15 minutes before use. 将一小袋面糊加入两升水调匀，然后静置至少15分钟待用。
It would be difficult for her to stand much lower/higher in my opinion (= for me to have a worse/better opinion of her) after the way she behaved at the party. 她在聚会上的表现让我对她的印象不能再差／再好了。
She's very blunt, but at least you know where you stand with her (= you know what she thinks and how she is likely to behave).
stand verb (PLACE)
no standing US UK no waiting
- His walking stick stood by the door.
- You'll have to stand the sofa on its end to get it through the door.
- Could you stand the bookcase against that wall, please?
- There was a big chest of drawers standing in one corner.
- In the centre of the hall stood a colossal wooden statue, decorated in ivory and gold.
stand verb (ACCEPT)
I can't stand her voice. 我受不了她的声音。
stand verb (POLITICS)
stand verb (HEIGHT)
stand verb (BUY)
stand verb (OPINION)
stand noun (SPORT)
stand noun (OPINION)
stand noun (COURT)
stand noun (SHOP)
a hotdog stand 热狗摊
Over three thousand companies will have stands at this year's microelectronics exhibition. 今年的微电子产品展览会上将会有3000多家公司参展。