A2 [ I or T ] to be in a vertical state or to put into a vertical state, especially (of a person or animal) by making the legs straight（使）直立；（使）站立；竖放；（尤指）站起来
Don't stand out there in the cold - come in here and get warm.
The audience clapped and cheered when she stood up to speak.
They stood on the street corner handing out leaflets.
We stood huddled together for warmth.
She stood up to address a hushed courtroom.
C1 [ I, L only + adj ] to be in, cause to be in, or get into a particular state or situation（使）处于，进入（特定状态或境况）
C2 to be put on trial in a law court受审
Inflation currently stands at three percent.
The current total stands at £30,000.
He stands to benefit from the situation.
Eight years later the building stands empty.
The theatre has been left to stand derelict.
B2 [ I or T, usually + adv/prep ] to be in, cause to be in, or put into a particular place在；位于；放
[ I usually + adv/prep ] Vehicles that are standing are waiting.（车辆）停，停靠
used on signs to mean vehicles are not allowed to park, even for short periods of time禁止停车
His walking stick stood by the door.
You'll have to stand the sofa on its end to get it through the door.
Could you stand the bookcase against that wall, please?
There was a big chest of drawers standing in one corner.
In the centre of the hall stood a colossal wooden statue, decorated in ivory and gold.
B1 [ T usually in negatives ] to successfully accept or bear something that is unpleasant or difficult承受住，经受住
Personally, I can't stand her.
I can't even stand the smell.
I can't stand being cold.
He can't stand the sight of her.
I can't stand the thought of waiting so long.
C2 to have a chance of success有成功的希望
[ L only + noun ] to be a stated height高度为，高达
[ T + two objects ] to buy something, especially a meal or a drink, for someone请（某人）客；请（某人）吃饭
C2 [ I usually + adv/prep ] to have as an opinion想，认为；有…观点（或看法）
[ C ] UK a large structure at a sports ground, usually with a sloping floor and sometimes a roof, where people either stand or sit to watch a sports event看台
[ C ] an opinion, especially one that is public（尤指公开的）观点，立场，态度
US UK witness box [ C ] the place in which a person stands in a law court when they are being asked questions证人席
C1 [ C ] a small shop or stall or an area where products can be shown, usually outside or in a large public building, at which people can buy things or get information售货亭；摊位；展台
C2 [ C usually singular ] an act of opposition, especially in order to defend someone or something反对；抵抗，抵制；（尤指）捍卫
[ C usually singular ] US a particular number or period of performances（在某地的）停留演出；停留比赛