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How do you say, "He stood alone against the crowd"

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How do you say, "He stood alone against the crowd" when talking about someone standing against popular opinion. Se quedó contra la multitud doesn't sound right. Is there some special idiom used here?

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updated ABR 6, 2010
posted by sjanner

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Se mantuvo solo y firme contra la muchedumbre.

Not an exact literal translation but I think it may suffice.

updated ABR 6, 2010
edited by Eddy
posted by Eddy
Thanx. I don't need literal, just grammatically correct among those who speak Spanish. - sjanner, ABR 6, 2010
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