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stand

noun
an object, especially a piece of furniture, for holding or supporting something
perchero
a coat-stand The sculpture had been removed from its stand for cleaning.
a stall where goods are displayed for sale or advertisement.
stand
a large structure beside a football pitch, race course etc with rows of seats for spectators
grada
The stand was crowded.
(American) a witness box in a law court.
estrado
(Definition of stand from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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