Idioms with STAND

stand firm
to refuse to change your opinion, decision, etc.
They are standing firm against pressure from other members.

stand tall
to act in a proud and confident way
Despite the criticism, he continued to stand tall.

stand a chance
to have a chance of success
She stands a good chance of winning the competition.

stand your ground
to continue with your opinions or intentions despite opposition
Don’t let them persuade you. You need to stand your ground.

stand on your own feet
to be independent and able to take care of yourself
When her parents died, she had to learn to stand on her own feet.

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