pile (sth) up phrasal verb, verb (INCREASE) - Definition in the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary - Cambridge Dictionaries Online

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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,使累積
Unpaid bills began to pile up alarmingly.
未支付的帳單越積越多,數目驚人。
They piled up such a huge debt that they soon went bankrupt.
他們債台高築,很快就破產了。
Increasing and intensifying
Translations of “pile (sth) up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 增加, (使)(不好的事物)增加,(使)累积…
(Definition of pile (sth) up phrasal verb, verb (INCREASE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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