Here are some more common expressions using the verb ‘to stand’ combined with particles:
‘to stand in’ means to replace or represent someone for a short time.
‘to stand out’ means to be much better than similar things or people.
‘to stand out’ also means to be noticeable because they are very different from others.
‘to stand over’ means to supervise closely, watch what someone is doing.
‘to stand round’ means to spend time standing, waiting for someone or something or doing nothing.
‘to stand up’ means to rise into a standing position.
‘to stand someone up’ means to fail to meet them on purpose, usually for a romantic date.
‘to stand up for’ something means to defend it because you believe in it.
‘to stand up to’ means to not give in to someone in a powerful position, to argue your case
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