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    am sure you can not stand to, stand up to his attacks on you

    Hello.

    Would you please tell me which one of the phrases in bold are OK in the following sentence?

    "I am sure you can not stand to/against, stand up to/against his attacks on you."

    Thank you.

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    Re: am sure you can not stand to, stand up to his attacks on you

    "Stand up to" is correct. It means " to resist something strongly".
    I am not a teacher.

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