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Translation of "pile up" - English-Spanish dictionary

pile up

phrasal verb with pile   /paɪl/ verb ( present participle piling, past tense and past participle piled)

pile up

phrasal verb with pile   /paɪl/ verb ( present participle piling, past tense and past participle piled)
If something unpleasant piles up, you get more and more of it. amontonarse My work’s really starting to pile up.
noun   /ˈpaɪl·ʌp/
an accident involving several cars choque en cadena
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