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    DreamFounder is offline Junior Member
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    Default 'stand someone up'?

    'stand someone up'
    It's hard to understand.
    Please help me.

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    Default Re: 'stand someone up'?

    It means to break an appointment, and is commonly used in the context of failing to meet someone on a romantic meeting ("date").

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