stand

Noun
  • A support or foundation (synset 102800851)
  • The position where a thing or person stands (synset 108671281)
  • A growth of similar plants (usually trees) in a particular area (synset 108455376)
  • A small table for holding articles of various kinds (synset 104308138)
  • A support for displaying various articles (synset 104044916)
  • An interruption of normal activity (synset 107380745)
  • A mental position from which things are viewed (synset 106220098)
  • A booth where articles are displayed for sale (synset 104306353)
  • A stop made by a touring musical or theatrical group to give a performance (synset 101058977)
  • Tiered seats consisting of a structure (often made of wood) where people can sit to watch an event (game or parade) (synset 104307879)
  • A platform where a (brass) band can play in the open air (synset 102790007)
  • A defensive effort (synset 100962962)
Verb
  • Be standing
    Be upright (synset 201548893)
  • Be in some specified state or condition (synset 202617408)
  • Occupy a place or location, also metaphorically (synset 202740363)
  • Hold one's ground
    Maintain a position
    Be steadfast or upright (synset 202707980)
  • Put up with something or somebody unpleasant (synset 200670017)
  • Have or maintain a position or stand on an issue (synset 200672910)
  • Remain inactive or immobile (synset 202712985)
  • Be in effect
    Be or remain in force (synset 202708878)
  • Be tall
    Have a height of
    Copula (synset 202708228)
  • Put into an upright position (synset 201549550)
  • Withstand the force of something (synset 201118334)
  • Be available for stud services (synset 201430836)

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