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stacknoun [C]

 us   /stæk/
a pile of things arranged one on top of another: a stack of pancakes stacks of newspapersthe stacks In a library (= a building with a collection of books and study materials), the stacks are the area where books are stored: I found the book in the stacks, but it was in the wrong place.

stackverb [T]

 us   /stæk/
to arrange things in a pile one on top of another: The cases were stacked neatly in the middle of the room.
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