Idioms

stand up for (someone or something)
to defend against attack, to fight for someone or something
The citizens of the town were ready to stand up for their rights.
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  • stand up to (someone)
  • stark raving mad
  • stars in one`s eyes
  • start from scratch
  • start in as (something)
  • start off on the wrong foot
  • start off with a clean slate
  • start out as (something)
  • start over with a clean slate
  • start the ball rolling
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  • have a big mouth
  • have one's nose in a book
  • put (someone) through the wringer
  • on one`s high horse
  • make a long story short
  • in the works
  • at the present time
  • lose ground
  • in turn
  • take (someone) to the cleaners

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