English version

stand/hold firm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstand/hold firmstand/hold firmCHANGE YOUR MINDto not change your actions or opinionsstand/hold firm against Jones is urging Christians to stand firm against abortion. firm
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firm againstChristians have stood firm against a flood of unbelief but have failed to notice its more subtle effects.On both occasions, Professor Jones stood firm against complaint and censorship.The compromise was widely viewed as a victory for the president, who had stood firm against Republican demands.
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