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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “pile (sth) up”

pile (sth) up

(INCREASE)
增加
phrasal verb with pile /paɪl/ verb
(of something bad) to increase
(使)(不好的事物)增加,(使)累积
Unpaid bills began to pile up alarmingly.
未支付的账单越积越多,数目惊人。
They piled up such a huge debt that they soon went bankrupt.
他们积欠的债务数额巨大,很快就破产了。
Increasing and intensifying
(Definition of pile (sth) up phrasal verb, verb (INCREASE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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