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support for something

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  • stand for (something) — 1. to represent something. She explained that DIN stands for “do it now.” Traditionally, images of lions stand for royalty. 2. to support particular principles or values. I m not sure whether that group stands for more or less regulation of the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • vouch for something — vouch for (something) to support the truth of something. An accountant must vouch for the accuracy of any financial report. I ve known him for years and can vouch for his honesty …   New idioms dictionary

  • plump for something — plump for (someone/something) to support someone or something enthusiastically. Marcy had been writing campaign speeches and plumping for McCarthy since December …   New idioms dictionary

  • pull for something — pull for (someone/something) to support someone or something. The crowd was clearly pulling for the home team …   New idioms dictionary

  • root for something — root for (someone/something) to support or encourage a person or team. I always root for the home team. When you take the test tomorrow, we ll be rooting for you. Usage notes: often used when talking about a sports competition …   New idioms dictionary

  • declare for something — deˈclare for sb/sth derived (BrE, formal) to say publicly that you support sb/sth Main entry: ↑declarederived …   Useful english dictionary

  • Level of support for evolution — The level of support for evolution among scientists, the public and other groups is a topic that frequently arises in the creation evolution controversy and touches on educational, religious, philosophical, scientific and political issues. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Republican and conservative support for Barack Obama in 2008 — United States President Barack Obama, a member of the Democratic Party, was endorsed or supported by some members of the Republican Party and by some political figures holding conservative views in the 2008 election. Republican and conservative… …   Wikipedia

  • be in for something — informal phrase to be going to experience something, especially something unpleasant It looks as if we’re in for some stormy weather. If he’s expecting everyone to support him, he’s in for a shock. be in for it (=be likely to be punished): When… …   Useful english dictionary

  • strike a blow for something — strike a blow for (something/someone) to do something to support an idea or to change a situation to something which you believe is good. He claims to be striking a blow for gender equality by employing an equal number of men and women. This… …   New idioms dictionary

  • make a pitch for something — make a pitch for (something) to try to persuade people to support you or give you something. The union made a pitch for a reduction in working hours …   New idioms dictionary

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