- stand in for
- Deputise for.
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stand up for — (someone/something) to defend or support someone or something. Sometimes you have to stand up for your rights. I stood up for him because he had a right to his opinion … New idioms dictionary
stand out for — • stand out for • stick out for to be firmly decided not to accept less than one wants, even if it means waiting for it (also to hold out for) … Idioms and examples
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