When I was a kid, touching bugs didn't bother me a bit. Now I can hardly stand looking at pictures of them.
I think we’ll have to find out where the marketing department stands on this particular issue, before we make any more decisions.
The defendant was about to stand trial when he grabbed the deputy's gun and shot the judge.
I sometimes wish I could live a quiet retired sort of life but I doubt I could stand it for more than a few days.
You worry about yourself. If you put your back out and can't stand we'll go home without you!
That was another impressive fall-flat-on-your-face ... Hey, you alright, Sophie? Can you stand?
Someday someone will stand on the Martian landscape and take a picture of Earth in the night sky.
A customer is having his shoes shined on a slapped-together stand.
It was good to feel like one of the group, because my blond hair and 185 cm height already made me stand out.
The ice cream vendor is waiting on customers at his outdoor stand.
Advantaging myself over the competition is the only way I can ensure my evaporated yogurt water stand will be here tomorrow.
Could you tell me how to refer to the podium for an awards ceremony? The "winner's stand"?
If you paint it yellow, you'll kill two birds with one stone: it'll stand out, and you'll save money because you can use paint you already have.
Two books stand out among the dozens recently published on the Royal Family.
English word "stovėti"(stand) occurs in sets:1 knyga. 11 unit