①If you dislocate a bone or joint in your body, or in someone else's body, it moves out of its proper position in relation to other bones, usually in an accident.【v.使(骨头、关节)脱位;使脱臼】
②To dislocate something such as a system, process, or way of life means to disturb it greatly or prevent it from continuing as normal.【v.扰乱(制度、进程、生活方式等);使混乱;使运转不正常】
①Harrison dislocated a finger.
②The strike at the financial nerve centre was designed to dislocate the economy.
[scode type="share"]stand firm/fast
①To refuse to change your opinion or policy despite pressure from other people.
②to continue to do something that you believe is right even when other people are trying to stop you.
They are standing firm against pressure from the rest of Europe.
China Daily一篇关于非洲疫苗的文章Nearing 7m shot, pace picks up across Africa也出现了这个表达：