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Definition of "stand by someone/something" - American English Dictionary

stand by someone/something

phrasal verb with stand  us   /stænd/ verb (past tense and past participle stood  /stʊd/ )

(SUPPORT)

to support or be loyal to someone or something: The editors stand by the story. The boy’s friends stood by him, firmly convinced of his innocence.
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