1. social or financial or professional status or reputation;
2. the act of assuming or maintaining an erect upright position
1. having a supporting base;
2. (of fluids) not moving or flowing;
3. not created for a particular occasion;
4. maintaining an erect position;
5. executed in or initiated from a standing position;
6. (of persons) on the feet; having the torso in an erect position supported by straight legs;
8. not cut down;
I've been chopping away for half an hour but the tree is still standing.
There were some cool dudes in sunglasses standing about.
They're standing out against any change in the law.
Please move a little further; you're standing in my light.
Better die standing than live kneeling.
They always take habitual tactics of standing facts on their heads and of a thief crying'stop thief ".
The Queen's bodyguard is 〔 are 〕 standing at the entrance.
He was standing on the shore.
We are standing at an important crossroads in the history of Europe.
When I entered the room, I saw a man standing at the window.
One's home is merely four standing walls.
He was standing under a tree about ten yards away.
The man standing before the blackboard is our English teacher.
They are standing in while the others are unable to take part.
Three planes were standing on the tarmac, waiting to take off.
She was standing by a pool, about to dive in.
They may be loyally standing by their men, but they are also carving their own careers.
A young boy is standing on a stool, reaching for a cookie jar, and the stool is about to tip.
We waited, standing up, for an hour.
Support for the two sides is standing at between 42 and 44 per cent.
He saw me standing there, grinning foolishly at him.
"What a dump!" Christabel said, standing in the doorway of the youth hostel.
Many residents say they have little or no idea who's standing for election.
When I opened my eyes I saw a man with an axe standing at the end of my bed.
A crowd of men were standing around swilling beer.
But, as the opinion poll shows, the party's standing with the people at large has never been so low.
I'm not kidding, Frank. There's a cow out there, just standing around.
His bristly red hair was standing on end.
I hope you didn't get soaked standing out in the rain.
He was from the same mould as the men she had gazed at worshipfully when a child: rich, handsome, of impeccable social standing.
(Sailing)(chiefly with reference to a boat's stopping) without time to lower the sails
in good standing
in favour or on good terms with someone
the companies wanted to stay in good standing with the government.
leave someone/thing standing
(informal)be much better or make much faster progress than someone or something else
in the personal fitness stakes he left her standing.
There is relatively little information about standing, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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