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know where you stand (with somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishknow where you stand (with somebody)know where you stand (with somebody)KNOW somethingOPINIONto know how someone feels about you, or what you are allowed to do in a particular situation At least we know where we stand with Steven now. I’d like to know where I stand. It helps to know where you stand legally. stand
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know where you stand (with somebody)But Catholic bishops have let both parties know where they stand.Do you know where you stand?I am only ensuring we both know where we stand.Imagine a man in public office that everybody knew where he stood.Well, now she knew where she stood.My father died, I didn't know where I stood on the team, we lost a lot of games.She knew where he stood over Grunte.You knew where you stood with the Cold War.
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