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Explanation: Listen, Mariska, alléger or allégé debout means nothing in particular that I can think of. But allongé and debout are the names of two body positions. The context will tell you if it's "lying down, standing up" in a description of various positions, or whether it's a gym teacher giving out orders: "Lie down, stand up!"
Dave Simons Local time: 04:33 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 35