Significado de “stand in” - en el Diccionario Inglés

stand in en inglés británico

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stand in

US usually fill in
phrasal verb with stand uk /stænd/ us /stænd/ verb stood, stood

C2 to do the job that another person was going to do or usually does, or to take that person's place at an event, because they cannot be there:

Paula stood in for Jane, while Jane was on holiday.

stand-innoun [ C ]

uk /ˈstænd.ɪn/ us /ˈstænd.ɪn/

(Definición de stand in del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

stand-in en inglés americano

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stand-innoun [ C ]

us /ˈstændˌɪn/

a person who takes the place or does the job of another person:

Critics serve as a kind of stand-in for the average person.

(Definición de stand-in del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stand in en inglés de negocios

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stand in

phrasal verb with stand uk /stænd/ us verb stood, stood

[ I ] to do something that someone else is supposed to do or usually does, because they are unable to do it:

stand in for sb He stood in for his manager while she was away on maternity leave.
We'll need someone to stand in while she's gone.

stand-innoun [ C ]

uk /ˈstændɪn/ us

a person who takes the place or does the job of someone else for a short time because that person is not available:

The planned keynote speaker was unable to attend, so we had to find a stand-in at short notice.

(Definición de stand in del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)