English version

stand firm/stand fast

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstand firm/stand faststand firm/stand fasta) BACK/BACKWARDS#to refuse to be forced to move backwards She stood firm, blocking the entrance. b) CHANGE YOUR MIND#to refuse to change your opinions, intentions, or behaviour The government continued to stand firm and no concessions were made.stand firm/stand fast on/against He stands firm on his convictions. stand
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