Substitute for, as in He’s kindly agreed to stand in for me at the reception. [ Early 1900s ]
noun 1. rank or status, especially with respect to social, economic, or personal position, reputation, etc.: He had little standing in the community. 2. good position, reputation, or credit: He is a merchant of standing in the community. 3. length of existence, continuance, residence, membership, experience, etc.: a friend of long standing. 4. standings, Sports. […]
noun 1. a permanently organized military force maintained by a nation. standing army noun 1. a permanent army of paid soldiers maintained by a nation
noun, Track. 1. a jump for distance from a standing position.
- Standing chop
noun 1. (NZ) (in an axemen’s competition) a chop with the log standing upright Compare underhand chop