Stand guard

Watch over, act as a lookout, as in We’ll climb the tree and get the apples if Josh will stand guard, or There’s a parking space; stand guard while I make a U-turn and get to it. This term alludes to the military defense of posting guards to watch for the enemy.


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    Substitute for, as in He’s kindly agreed to stand in for me at the reception. [ Early 1900s ]

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