Someone's standing is their reputation or status.
...an artist of international standing...
He has improved his country's standing abroad...
A party's or person's standing is their popularity.
But, as the opinion poll shows, the party's standing with the people at large has never been so low...
Mrs Thatcher's standing was much higher in the US than at home.
You use standing to describe something which is permanently in existence.
Israel has a relatively small standing army and its strength is based on its reserves...
Elizabeth had a standing invitation to stay with her.
In a contest or competition, the list of competitors which shows their places during the event is called the standings .
Britain is 11th in the team standings.
You can use the expression of many years' standing to say that something has had a particular function or someone has had a particular role for many years. For example, if a place is your home of ten years' standing, it has been your home for ten years.
...a Congressman of 24 years' standing...
My girlfriend of long standing left me.
There is relatively little information about standing, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!