Translation of stance in Spanish:


Pronunciation: /stæns; stɑːns/


  • 1.1 (attitude, viewpoint) postura (f), posición (f) to take a tough stance on sth adoptar una postura or posición firme (con) respecto a algo
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    • I know there are a lot of people in the region who also respect his strong stance on family issues.
    • However, street protests made the government reverse its stance on the privatization of water services.
    • I once again implore that you reconsider your stance on this matter.
    1.2 (physical) postura (feminine)
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    • For instance, some youngsters who struggle to play shots on the on-side adopt an open stance.
    • He explains how he never adopts exactly the same stance for any ball, just stands where he feels comfortable.
    • Some observers feel his stance has been too upright, causing him to struggle with outside pitches.

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