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standee
American English: /stænˈdi/
British English: /stanˈdiː/

Translation of standee in Spanish:

noun

  • (American English) (espectador o pasajero de pie)
    Example sentences
    • We just departed New York 5 minutes late with every seat filled and a few standees.
    • The front row of standees pretty much blocks the view of the rest of the orchestra seats from my shoulders down.
    • If the meeting is full, such people may also be standees.

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