Definitions for stance
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position, stance, posturenoun
a rationalized mental attitude
the mental attitude, position, or approach a person adopts in respect to something.
(Golf, Baseball) The position of a player's feet, relative to each other and to the ball, when he is making a stroke or at bat.
The manner, posture, or pose in which one stands.
The fencer's stance showed he was ready to begin.
One's opinion or point of view.
I don't agree with your stance on gun control.
Etymology: Via, from stanza, from stare.
a station; a position; a site
Etymology: [OF. estance. See Stanza.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
stans, n. (Scot.) a station, site, stand.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'stance' in Nouns Frequency: #1953
The numerical value of stance in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of stance in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
China's government is pushing forward the 'supply side' reform, and the move needs someone to pay the costs. A loosening monetary environment is what we need, we believe the central government will keep its loosening policy stance this year to support the economy.
It appears investors have taken a stance to take advantage of the extended downside move of the market, all the money that has come out of oil needs to find a home. Money is systematically being forced into equities, for example, out of energy into technology.
There's a heightened degree of sensitivity around the relationship right now, on a range of issues with China this government has signalled it's taking a different stance to its predecessor, so I think people are waiting to see if and how Beijing responds.
We do not have a united policy with the United States on the YPG issue, and Turkey's stance has not changed. We are also against the unconditional support for the (Syrian) regime and we are at odds with Iran and Russia on this.
There may be rising scope of the BOJ (Bank of Japan) considering a more aggressive policy stance later on, it must still be kept in mind that inflation expectations as measured by five-year inflation swaps remain close to multi-year lows and that Governor (Haruhiko) Kuroda appears to make a bigger case of additional measures being considered should it prove necessary.
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- postoj, pohled, názorCzech
- Positur, Verhältnis, Haltung, Einstellung, Standpunkt, point de vueGerman
- روش ايستادن - طرز ايستادنPersian
- asento, näkökanta, kanta, asennoituminen, asenneFinnish
- attitude, posture, positionFrench
- seasamhScottish Gaelic
- punto di vista, posizione, opinione, posturaItalian
- 態度, 姿勢, 立場Japanese
- opinie, standpunt, houdingDutch
- kroppsholdning, standpunktNorwegian
- posição, posturaPortuguese
- поза, взгляд, стойка, отношение, позиция, положение, точка зренияRussian
- kroppsställning, ståndpunktSwedish
- quan điểmVietnamese
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