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grand·stand

 (grănd′stănd′, grăn′-)
n.
1. A roofed stand for spectators at a stadium or racetrack.
2. The spectators or audience at an event.
intr.v. grand·stand·ed, grand·stand·ing, grand·stands
To perform ostentatiously so as to impress an audience.

grand′stand′er n.
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grandstand

(ˈɡrænˌstænd; ˈɡrænd-)
n
1. (Team Sports, other than specified)
a. a terraced block of seats, usually under a roof, commanding the best view at racecourses, football pitches, etc
b. (as modifier): grandstand tickets.
2. (Team Sports, other than specified) the spectators in a grandstand
3. (modifier) as if from a grandstand; unimpeded (esp in the phrase grandstand view)
vb
(intr) informal chiefly US and Canadian to behave ostentatiously in an attempt to impress onlookers
ˈgrandˌstander n
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grand•stand

(ˈgrænˌstænd, ˈgrænd-)
n.
1. a main seating area, as of a stadium or racetrack.
2. the people sitting in these seats.
v.i.
3. to conduct oneself or perform showily to impress onlookers.
[1835–45]
grand′stand`er, n.
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grandstand


Past participle: grandstanded
Gerund: grandstanding

Imperative
grandstand
grandstand
Present
I grandstand
you grandstand
he/she/it grandstands
we grandstand
you grandstand
they grandstand
Preterite
I grandstanded
you grandstanded
he/she/it grandstanded
we grandstanded
you grandstanded
they grandstanded
Present Continuous
I am grandstanding
you are grandstanding
he/she/it is grandstanding
we are grandstanding
you are grandstanding
they are grandstanding
Present Perfect
I have grandstanded
you have grandstanded
he/she/it has grandstanded
we have grandstanded
you have grandstanded
they have grandstanded
Past Continuous
I was grandstanding
you were grandstanding
he/she/it was grandstanding
we were grandstanding
you were grandstanding
they were grandstanding
Past Perfect
I had grandstanded
you had grandstanded
he/she/it had grandstanded
we had grandstanded
you had grandstanded
they had grandstanded
Future
I will grandstand
you will grandstand
he/she/it will grandstand
we will grandstand
you will grandstand
they will grandstand
Future Perfect
I will have grandstanded
you will have grandstanded
he/she/it will have grandstanded
we will have grandstanded
you will have grandstanded
they will have grandstanded
Future Continuous
I will be grandstanding
you will be grandstanding
he/she/it will be grandstanding
we will be grandstanding
you will be grandstanding
they will be grandstanding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been grandstanding
you have been grandstanding
he/she/it has been grandstanding
we have been grandstanding
you have been grandstanding
they have been grandstanding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been grandstanding
you will have been grandstanding
he/she/it will have been grandstanding
we will have been grandstanding
you will have been grandstanding
they will have been grandstanding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been grandstanding
you had been grandstanding
he/she/it had been grandstanding
we had been grandstanding
you had been grandstanding
they had been grandstanding
Conditional
I would grandstand
you would grandstand
he/she/it would grandstand
we would grandstand
you would grandstand
they would grandstand
Past Conditional
I would have grandstanded
you would have grandstanded
he/she/it would have grandstanded
we would have grandstanded
you would have grandstanded
they would have grandstanded
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.grandstand - the audience at a stadium or racetrackgrandstand - the audience at a stadium or racetrack
audience - a gathering of spectators or listeners at a (usually public) performance; "the audience applauded"; "someone in the audience began to cough"
2.grandstand - a stand at a racecourse or stadium consisting of tiers with rows of individual seats that are under a protective roof
box seat - a special seat in a theater or grandstand box
stand - tiered seats consisting of a structure (often made of wood) where people can sit to watch an event (game or parade)
Verb1.grandstand - perform ostentatiously in order to impress the audience and with an eye to the applause; "She never misses a chance to grandstand"
performing arts - arts or skills that require public performance
perform - give a performance (of something); "Horowitz is performing at Carnegie Hall tonight"; "We performed a popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera"
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Translations
مُدَرَّج
hlavní tribunana hlavní tribuněz hlavní tribuny
stúka
hlavná tribúna
glavna tribuna
kapalı tribün

grandstand

[ˈgrændstænd]
A. N (Sport) → tribuna f
B. VI (US) (fig) → fanfarronear
C. CPD grandstand view N to have a grandstand view oftener una vista magnífica de
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

grandstand

[ˈgrændstænd] n (SPORT)tribune f
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grandstand

[ˈgrænˌstænd] n (Sport) → tribuna coperta
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grand

(grӕnd) adjective
1. splendid; magnificent. a grand procession.
2. proud. She gives herself grand airs.
3. very pleasant. a grand day at the seaside.
4. highly respected. a grand old man.
nounplural grand
a slang term for $1,000 or 1,000. I paid five grand for that car.
grand finale
the final act or scene in a show etc, usually with all the actors, singers etc on the stage.
grand jury
in the United States, a jury which decides whether there is enough evidence for a person to be brought to trial.
grand piano
a type of piano with a large flat top shaped like a harp.
ˈgrandstand noun
rows of raised seats at a sports ground etc. We watched the sports meeting from the grandstand; (also adjective) grandstand seats; We had a grandstand (= a very good) view of the parade.
grand total
the final total; the total of several smaller totals.
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