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pile-up

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈpaɪlʌp/
an accident involving several cars
столкновение нескольких автомобилей
Accidents involving vehicles
Translations of “pile-up”
in Korean 연쇄 추돌사고…
in Arabic تَراكُم…
in Portuguese engavetamento…
in Catalan accident múltiple…
in Japanese 玉突き事故, 玉突き衝突…
in Italian tamponamento a catena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 多車追撞,連環撞車…
in Turkish zincirleme trafik kazası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 多车相撞,连环撞车…
in Polish karambol…
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