- n. 正面看台；观众
- v. 哗众取宠的表演；卖弄技巧
the audience at a stadium or racetrack
a stand at a racecourse or stadium consisting of tiers with rows of individual seats that are under a protective roof
perform ostentatiously in order to impress the audience and with an eye to the applause;
"She never misses a chance to grandstand"
- He swiped the ball into the grandstand.
- It's shady in the grandstand and more comfortable for you.
- The grandstand and the match place are segregated by baffles.
- Politicians will grandstand about remaking finance.
A prime minister who had tried to build an international reputation by grandstanding on the evils of apartheid.出自： R. Wright
She embarrasses you when she's doing her revolutionary grandstanding bit.出自： R. Bennett