Stand


Stand
1. Platz, Position, Standort, Standplatz, Stelle, Stellung.
2. Bude, Kiosk, Marktbude, Marktstand, Verkaufsstand.
3.
a) Entwicklungsstadium, Entwicklungsstand, Entwicklungsstufe, Entwicklungszustand, Lage, Sachlage, Situation, Stadium, Stufe, Zustand;
(bildungsspr.): Status.
b) Beschaffenheit, Verfassung, Zustand.
4. [Bevölkerungs]gruppe, Gesellschaftsklasse, Gesellschaftsschicht, Kaste, Schicht;
(Soziol.): Klasse.
* * *
Stand,der:1.Standort(1)–2.Bude(1,b)–3.Beruf(1)–4.Rang(1)–5.aufdemneustenS.sein:〈überdasNeuesteinformiertsein〉aufdemLaufendensein·uptodatesein–6.S.derDinge:Sachverhalt;derdritteS.:Mittelschicht;vongleichemS.:ebenbürtig(2);einengutenS.haben|bei|:beliebt(2,a);indenS.setzen:ermöglichen(1);indenheiligenS.derEhetreten:heiraten(1);ausdemS.[heraus]:frei(3)
Stand
1.→Lage
2.Schicht,Gruppe,Klasse;abwertend:Kaste
3.Verkaufsstand,Marktstand,Warenstand,Bude,Kiosk,Verkaufshäuschen;landsch.:Standel,Wasserhäuschen,Trinkhalle
4.→Standort
5.→Rang

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