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Translation of "stand" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

stand

verb [I or T] (VERTICAL) 直立的     /stænd/ (stood)
to be in a vertical state or to put into a vertical state, especially (of a person or animal) by straightening the legs (使)直立;(使)站立;豎放;(尤指)站起來 Granny says if she stands (up) for a long time her ankles hurt. 奶奶說她站久了腳踝會痛。 As a sign of politeness you should stand (up) when she comes in. 她進來時你應該站起來以示禮貌 Stand still and be quiet! 站好了,不要出聲! After the earthquake not a single building was left standing in the village. 地震之後,村子裡所有的房子都倒了。 Stand the bottles on the table over there. 把瓶子放在那邊的桌子上。 Sitting and standing
(Definition of stand verb (VERTICAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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