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    standing查询结果如下:

    音标:['stændɪŋ]
    名词复数:standings 词频:高频常用词

    基本释义/说明: adj. 长期的;直立的;固定的
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    a.
    ①直立的;站着的;
    standing corn
    未割的谷物.
    a standing jump
    立定跳远.
    ②停止的,停滞的;固定的;
    standing water
    不流动的水;死水.
    a standing factory
    停工的工厂.
    ③持续的,永久的,长期的;
    a standing joke
    老笑话.
    a standing order
    长期定单.
    ④常备的,常设的;
    a standing army
    常备军.
    a standing committee
    常务委员会.
    n.
    ①[U]持续 (=duration);
    a disease of long standing
    长期的疾病,痼疾.
    friends of many year`s standing
    多年的朋友.
    a custom of long standing
    延续已久的习俗.
    ②[U][C] 身份,地位;名声;
    one`s social standing
    社会地位.
    a man of high standing
    身份(或名望)高的人.
    He is in good standing.
    他的名声相当好.
    ③[定语] standing room 站立地位(尤指公共汽车或戏院里满座时站立的地方);
    Standing room only!
    只有站票出售!
    -扩展释义
    扩展解释:
    a.[B]1.站立的;站着做的,2.直立的;直立生长的,3.不流动的;停止的;不在运转的,4.长期的;常设的;常备的
    n. 【机械】
    不会动的
    n. 【化学】
    站,储藏,停工,静置;站;规定,立场
    【海运】
    不变的,停止不动的;不动的;常设的
    adj. 【法律专业】
    常备 ,常任,常设,常务
    -standing的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Without any particular stance; neutral.
    “However, comparative register research shows that the old stereotypes about the stanceless nature of academic writing are to some extent accurate.”

    名词 变体/同根词

    standing的复数形式
    “But home-court advantage still is up for grabs, with the Lakers, Kings, Spurs and Mavericks bunched at the top of the conference standings.”
    “Through Monday, he leads the Philadelphia Park jockey standings with 139 wins in 578 starts.”
    “At the time of the mishap, Krone was leading the Hollywood Park jockey standings.”
    complete immobility; halt
    “Rush hour traffic was brought to a standstill today after a horrific accident on the highway.”
    “Airline stocks plummeted, some to half their value, while transatlantic air travel came almost to a standstill.”
    “They had fought at times to a standstill, but always came out of it with some mutual respect, a handshake, a smile and a wink.”
    The ability of a plant to stand unsupported
    One who stands. || (过时的,旧时用法) A standel.
    “Eventually convicted, he broke out of jail and formed the Stander Gang, which sometimes robbed four banks a day.”
    “Johan Stander, a weather forecaster at the Cape Town weather office, said fair weather was expected until Thursday.”
    “Later in cross-examination, Stander admitted that he had been following snippets of the trial via newspaper and on television.”
    The manner, posture, or pose in which one stands. || One′s opinion or point of view. || (Scotland) A station; a position; a site; a stopping place for buses at a bus station || (过时的,旧时用法) A stanza.
    “The party appear to have changed their stance on this matter.”
    “The boy put up his fists in a defensive fighting stance as thunder boomed in the distance.”
    “Once again, this stance expresses political passivity, this time dressed up in the garb of militant syndicalism.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    (heading) To position or be positioned physically. || (intransitive) To support oneself on the feet in an erect position. || (intransitive) To rise to one′s feet; to stand up. || (intransitive) To remain motionless. || (intransitive) To be placed in an upright or vertical orientation. || (transitive) To place in an upright or standing position. || (intransitive) To occupy or hold a place; to be set, placed, fixed, located, or situated. || (intransitive) To measure when erect on the feet. || (intransitive) (of tears) To be present, to have welled up (in the eyes). || (heading) To position or be positioned mentally. || (intransitive, followed by to + infinitive) To be positioned to gain or lose. || (transitive, negative) To tolerate. || (intransitive) To maintain one′s ground; to be acquitted; not to fail or yield; to be safe. || (intransitive) To maintain an invincible or permanent attitude; to be fixed, steady, or firm; to take a position in resistance or opposition. || (intransitive, obsolete) To be in some particular state; to have essence or being; to be; to consist. || (heading) To position or be positioned socially. || (intransitive, cricket) To act as an umpire. || (transitive) To undergo; withstand; hold up. || (intransitive, Britain) To seek election. || (intransitive) To be valid. || (transitive) To oppose, usually as a team, in competition. || (transitive) To cover the expense of; to pay for. || (intransitive) To have or maintain a position, order, or rank; to be in a particular relation. || (intransitive) To be consistent; to agree; to accord. || (intransitive) To appear in court. || (intransitive, nautical) Of a ship or its captain, to steer, sail (in a specified direction, for a specified destination etc.). || (intransitive) To remain without ruin or injury. || (card game) To stop asking for more cards; to keep one′s hand as it has been dealt so far.
    “She would stand beside my bed while staring down at me.”
    “He stood up, waiting for me to stand too, and when I did, he started to amble towards me.”
    “They quickly come to take your order as soon as you stand the flag up in the sand.”
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