French translation of 'stand out'
1. (= be noticeable) ressortir ⧫ se détacher
She really stands out in that orange coat. Tout le monde la remarque avec ce manteau orange.
2. (= be better than others) se distinguer
All the contestants were good, but none of them stood out. Tous les concurrents étaient bons, mais aucun ne s’est distingué.
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Example Sentences Including 'stand out'
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Woods tried to join in with sufficient sincerity so he wouldn't stand out.FLASH POINT (2001)
In the 1960s there were three years which now stand out in my memory.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
Here she was surrounded by a sea of pink faces, making Daddy and her own dark skin stand out.GWENDOLEN
Then, gesturing for Janet to stand out of the way, he charged it with his shoulder.AFTERMATH (2001)
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'stand out' in Other Languages
British English: stand out /stænd aʊt/ VERB
If something stands out, it can be clearly noticed or is clearly better or more important than other similar things.
The dark shape of the castle stands out clearly on the skyline.
- American English: stand out
- Arabic: يُبْرِزُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: destacar-se
- Chinese: 突出
- Croatian: isticati se
- Czech: vyniknout
- Danish: skille sig ud
- Dutch: in het oog vallen
- European Spanish: sobresalir
- Finnish: erottua
- French: ressortir
- German: hervorstechen
- Greek: ξεχωρίζω
- Italian: distinguersi
- Japanese: 突出する
- Korean: 두드러지다
- Norwegian: stå ut
- Polish: wyróżnić się
- European Portuguese: destacar-se
- Romanian: a se evidenția
- Russian: выделяться
- Spanish: sobresalir
- Swedish: vara framträdande
- Thai: เห็นชัด
- Turkish: kendini göstermek
- Ukrainian: виділятися
- Vietnamese: nổi bật
Translation of stand out from the Collins English to French Dictionary