Definitions for "Stand-In"
A person that stands in for a principal actor when scenes are being set up, lighting is being finalized etc. The stand-in is usually approximately the same size and coloring as the actor being stood in for. The stand-in frees the actor between the actual filming of scenes.
a substitute person who is physically similar (in size and appearance) to an actor and who takes the actor's place during often lengthy preparation of a scene (the taking of light meter readings, camera setup, light adjustment, etc.) but not during filming. Not to be confused with a stunt double or a body double.
someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult); "the star had a stand-in for dangerous scenes"; "we need extra employees for summer fill-ins"
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Service where the switch provides the authorization or denial of transactions when the Issuer's Host system is unable to reply. Transactions processed in Stand-In mode are stored & forwarded (S&F) to Issuer when Host Link is active again.
a common technique for movies and TV programs in foreign languages
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