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heapnoun [C]

uk   us   /hiːp/
C2 an untidy pile or mass of things: a heap of clothes/rubbish
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heapverb [T + adv/prep]

uk   us   /hiːp/
to put things into a large, untidy pile: He heaped more food onto his plate.
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Translations of “heap”
in Arabic كَوْمة…
in Korean 더미…
in Malaysian longgokan, banyak…
in French tas, des tas de…
in Turkish küme, yığın, öbek…
in Italian mucchio…
in Chinese (Traditional) (淩亂的)一堆…
in Russian куча, груда…
in Polish kupa…
in Vietnamese đống, nhiều…
in Spanish montón, un montón de, millones de…
in Portuguese monte…
in Thai ปริมาณมาก…
in German der Haufen, die Menge…
in Catalan munt…
in Japanese (雑に)積み重なったもの…
in Indonesian tumpukan, banyak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (凌乱的)一堆…
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