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Italian translation of “pile”

pile

noun
 
/paɪl/
B1 a lot of something in the shape of a small hill, or a number of things on top of each other
catasta, pila
There was a big pile of sand in the garden. The clothes were arranged in piles on the floor.
a pile (of)/piles (of) informal a lot of something
un mucchio di/mucchi di
He has piles of money.
(Definition of pile from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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