grandstand

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The seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers
The audience at a public event
To behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd

Many politicians prefer to grandstand on hot-button issues rather than enact tough policy changes.

a stand at a racecourse or stadium consisting of tiers with rows of individual seats that are under a protective roof
{f} do something in order to win applause from the audience (often used about politicians giving speeches)
{i} seating area for spectators (at athletic events, parades, etc.)
perform ostentatiously in order to impress the audience and with an eye to the applause; "She never misses a chance to grandstand"
{s} located in a grandstand; having a view which resembles the view seen from a grandstand
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 the audience at a stadium or racetrack perform ostentatiously in order to impress the audience and with an eye to the applause; "She never misses a chance to grandstand
A grandstand is a covered stand with rows of seats for people to sit on at sporting events. a large structure that has many rows of seats where people sit and watch sports competitions, games, or races
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Grandstanding means behaving in a way that makes people pay attention to you instead of thinking about more important matters. Opponents of the measure say it's political grandstanding that could prove devastating to the economy. an action that is intended to make people notice and admire you
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present participle of grandstand
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{i} act of doing something in order to win applause from the audience (often used about politicians giving speeches)
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third-person singular of grandstand
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