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pile (sth) up

(FORM A PILE) 堆積 phrasal verb with pile /paɪl/ verb
to form a pile, or to put a lot of things into a pile 成為一堆;把…堆積起來 Placing and positioning an object
Translations of “pile (sth) up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 堆积, 成为一堆, 把…堆积起来…
(Definition of pile (sth) up phrasal verb, verb (FORM A PILE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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