Stand one's ground
Idiomatic translations of "Stand one's ground"
Meanings of "Stand one's ground"
Stay and Fight instead of running way, defend a belief or statement
Also heard is "Stand your ground!" It means to defend your position, your point of view whether that is figuratively or literally. "It was a tough debate, but she stood her ground." "I just got orders from the general staff to hold our ground at all costs (no matter what)."
To defend your current position, beliefs, actions to the limit. In the literal sense to defend your defensive fighting position until the end. Never retreating, never swaying in conviction. This is an imperative command in the military.
non esitare; tenere il punto; mantenere la propria posizione
"Stand one's ground" i sångtexter
lives are lost and many of them are innocent people
in this world where the rich live and no one listens to the poor
one learns on the streets how to stand one's ground
little neighbor of mine, that really gentle kid