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stand (up) and be counted

to make your opinions known even if doing so might cause you harm or difficulty: Those who did have the courage to stand up and be counted were arrested and imprisoned.
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Translations of “stand (up) and be counted”
in Chinese (Simplified) (不顾后果)公开表明立场…
in Chinese (Traditional) (不顧後果)公開表明立場…
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