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Translation of "pile" - English-French dictionary

pile

noun /pail/
a (large) number of things lying on top of each other in a tidy or untidy heap; a (large) quantity of something lying in a heap
pile
There was a neat pile of books in the corner of the room There was pile of rubbish at the bottom of the garden.
a large quantity, especially of money
paquet
He must have piles of money to own a car like that.
pile-up noun an accident or crash involving usually several vehicles
carambolage
There has been a serious pile-up on the motorway, involving three cars and a lorry.
pile up to make or become a pile; to accumulate
(s’)entasser
He piled up the earth at the end of the garden The rubbish piled up in the kitchen.
Translations of “pile”
in Arabic كَوْمة…
in Korean 더미…
in Malaysian timbunan, bertimbun-timbun…
in Turkish yığın, küme…
in Italian catasta, pila…
in Chinese (Traditional) 數量, 疊, 垛…
in Russian куча, груда, стопка…
in Polish stos…
in Vietnamese đống: chồng, số lượng lớn…
in Spanish montón, pila…
in Portuguese monte, pilha…
in Thai กอง, จำนวนมาก…
in German der Haufen…
in Catalan munt, pila…
in Japanese うず高く積み上げられたもの…
in Indonesian tumpukan, setumpuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 数量, 摞, 垛…
(Definition of pile from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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