grandstand

Grandstand - What does it mean?

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Grandstand vs Bleacher - What's the difference?

grandstand | bleacher |


As nouns the difference between grandstand and bleacher

is that grandstand is the seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers while bleacher is one who, or that which, bleaches.

As a verb grandstand

is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.

Showboat vs Grandstand - What's the difference?

showboat | grandstand |


As nouns the difference between showboat and grandstand

is that showboat is (us) a river steamboat having a resident theatre while grandstand is the seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers.

As verbs the difference between showboat and grandstand

is that showboat is to show off while grandstand is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.

Pontificate vs Grandstand - What's the difference?

pontificate | grandstand |


In lang=en terms the difference between pontificate and grandstand

is that pontificate is to speak in a patronizing, supercilious or pompous manner, especially at length while grandstand is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.

As nouns the difference between pontificate and grandstand

is that pontificate is the state or term of office of a pontiff or pontifex while grandstand is the seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers.

As verbs the difference between pontificate and grandstand

is that pontificate is to preside as a bishop, especially at mass while grandstand is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.

Grandstand vs Stage - What's the difference?

grandstand | stage |


As nouns the difference between grandstand and stage

is that grandstand is the seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers while stage is a phase.

As verbs the difference between grandstand and stage

is that grandstand is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd while stage is to produce on a stage, to perform a play.

Grandstand vs Mezzazine - What's the difference?

grandstand | mezzazine |

Grandstand vs Grandstander - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between grandstand and grandstander

is that grandstand is the seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers while grandstander is a person who grandstands.

As a verb grandstand

is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.

Grandstand vs Backstretch - What's the difference?

grandstand | backstretch |


As nouns the difference between grandstand and backstretch

is that grandstand is the seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers while backstretch is the part of a racecourse that is farthest from the grandstand and parallel to the homestretch.

As a verb grandstand

is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.

Pander vs Grandstand - What's the difference?

pander | grandstand |


As nouns the difference between pander and grandstand

is that pander is a person who furthers the illicit love-affairs of others; a pimp or procurer, especially when male (later panderer) while grandstand is the seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers.

As verbs the difference between pander and grandstand

is that pander is to offer illicit sex with a third party; to pimp while grandstand is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.

Impress vs Grandstand - What's the difference?

impress | grandstand |


As verbs the difference between impress and grandstand

is that impress is to affect (someone) strongly and often favourably while grandstand is to behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.

As nouns the difference between impress and grandstand

is that impress is the act of impressing while grandstand is the seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers.

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