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stand up US English

(Of an argument, claim, evidence, etc.) remain valid after close scrutiny or analysis

stand-up US English

Involving, done by, or engaged in by people standing up

stand-up New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(of comedy) involving standing in front of an audience

stand up for US English

Speak or act in support of

stand up to US English

Make a spirited defense against

stand US English

Rise to one’s feet

stand someone up US English

Fail to keep an appointment with a boyfriend or girlfriend

stand up and be counted US English

State publicly one’s support for someone or something

stand up in stand US English

(Of an argument, claim, evidence, etc.) remain valid after close scrutiny or analysis

will the real —— please stand up US English

Used rhetorically to indicate that the specified person should clarify their position or reveal their true character

stand someone up in stand US English

Fail to keep an appointment with a boyfriend or girlfriend

stand up to in stand US English

Make a spirited defense against

stand up for in stand US English

Speak or act in support of

stand up in stand US Thesaurus

after 200 years, his theory still stands up

stand up for in stand US Thesaurus

dozens of his students stood up for him at the hearing

stand up to in stand US Thesaurus

she stood up to her parents

stand up and be counted in stand US English

State publicly one’s support for someone or something

will the real —— please stand up in stand US English

Used rhetorically to indicate that the specified person should clarify their position or reveal their true character