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pile

verb [I or T, + adv/prep] (AMOUNT) 數量     /paɪl/ ( also pile up)
to arrange objects into a pile 把…堆積(或堆疊)起來 We piled plenty of logs up next to the fire. 我們在爐火旁堆了很多木柴。 Please pile your homework books neatly on the table as you leave. 離開時請把你們的作業本整齊地疊放在桌子上。 Her plate was piled (high) with salad. 她的盤子裡盛滿了沙拉。 Snow had piled up against the walls. 雪在牆腳堆積起來。 Placing and positioning an object
Translations of “pile”
in Chinese (Simplified) 数量, 把…堆积(或堆叠)起来…
(Definition of pile verb (AMOUNT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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