stand back of

(redirected from stand behind someone or something)

stand (in) back of someone or something

 and stand behind someone or something 
1. Lit. to place oneself at the rear of someone or something. Please stand behind your friends. The police told them to stand behind the fence.
2. Fig. to guarantee someone or something; to guarantee the performance or worth of someone or something. I will stand back of Elaine. I trust her totally. The manufacturer stands behind this product.
See also: back, of, stand