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stand–in

noun \ˈstand-ˌin\

: a person or thing that takes the place of someone or something else for a period of time

Full Definition of STAND-IN

1
:  someone employed to occupy an actor's place while lights and camera are readied
2

First Known Use of STAND-IN

circa 1928

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