■ stand aside

■ stand aside
■ stand aside
v. i. + avv.
1 farsi da parte; mettersi in disparte; scansarsi; fare largo
2 (fig.) farsi da parte; ritirarsi (da una competizione, ecc.)
3 (fig.) restare in disparte; stare a guardare; non intervenire.

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