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Thread: Stand

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    Stand

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    Re: Stand

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    Re: Stand

    It's interesting that a stand-up comedian doesn't stand anyone up, though I suppose he might send someone up.

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    Re: Stand

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    It's interesting that a stand-up comedian doesn't stand anyone up, though I suppose he might send someone up.

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    I wanted to add a link to the definition of 'send up' (imitate, impersonate), but it's not in the UsingEnglish list (yet).
    It is: https://www.usingenglish.com/referen...s/send+up.html

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