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Translation of "stand up for something/someone" - English-Japanese dictionary

stand up for something/someone

phrasal verb with stand   /stænd/ verb ( present participle standing, past tense and past participle stood)
to defend or support a particular idea or a person who is being criticized or attacked ~を弁護する, ~を支持する We should all stand up for our rights.
Translations of “stand up for something/someone”
in Korean -을 지지하다…
in Arabic يُدافِع عَن…
in Portuguese defender algo/alguém…
in Catalan defensar ac/algú…
in Italian sostenere qualcosa/qualcuno, appoggiare qualcosa/qualcuno…
(Definition of stand up for something/someone from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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