stand between

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of stand between

:to be in place or position between (two things)
  • A row of trees stands between the two houses.
often used figuratively
  • A single putt is the only thing standing between her and the title. If she makes it, she wins.

Word by Word Definitions

stand play
  1. : to support oneself on the feet in an erect position

  2. : to be a specified height when fully erect

  3. : to rise to an erect position

  1. : a halt for defense or resistance

  2. : an often defensive effort of some duration or degree of success

  3. : a stop made to give a performance


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