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British pronunciation/stˈand ˈʌp/
American pronunciation/stˈænd ˈʌp/
to stand up
[phrase form: stand]
01

to rise to a standing position from a seated or lying position

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to keep one's position or beliefs, especially when facing criticism

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to organize a unit so that it can fulfill its duties and responsibilities

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to raise something or someone from a lowered position to an upright position

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to confirm the truth or validity of something when subjected to close examination

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to fail to appear for a scheduled romantic meeting

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(of a wicket-keeper in cricket) to move closer to the area behind the batsman to be in a better position to catch the ball, especially when the bowler is delivering the ball

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When the bus arrived, passengers had to stand up and exit row by row.
As the national anthem played, the entire audience was expected to stand up as a sign of respect.
The audience was captivated by the performance, giving the artists a standing ovation as they all stood up.
The toddler was excited to see the birthday cake and tried to stand up in the high chair.
The activist stood up her principles in the face of harsh criticism from the media.
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