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Translation of "pile up" - English-Catalan dictionary

pile up

phrasal verb with pile   /paɪl/ verb ( present participle piling, past tense and past participle piled)
If something unpleasant piles up, you get more and more of it. amuntegar-se, acumular-se My work’s really starting to pile up.
Translations of “pile up”
in Korean 많아 지다, 쌓이다…
in Arabic يَتكدّس…
in Portuguese acumular…
in Japanese 山積する, どんどん溜まる…
in Italian accumularsi…
in Russian накапливаться…
in Turkish yığılmak, birikmek…
in Polish zbierać się, narastać…
(Definition of pile up phrasal verb, verb from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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