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Old April 22, 2018, 02:04 AM
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Seguir en pie

how can I say seguir en pie?

Sigue en pie la fiesta? meaning is the party still a plan?
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Is the party still on?

still stand
Does your promise still stand?

still valid/in effect
Is your guarantee still valid/in effect?
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