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stack up

phrasal verb with stack uk   us   /stæk/ verb [T]
to ​produce a particular ​result or ​impression: How do the three ​projectproposals and their ​financingstack up?stack up against sth What most ​firms want to know is how they ​stack up against their ​competitors.
FINANCE, ACCOUNTING if ​accounts, ​prices, ​figures, etc. ​stack up, they seem to be ​accurate or show that something is ​worthbuying or ​investing in: The ​economics of ​buying US ​retail and ​commercialbankingbusinesses do not ​stack up.
to ​increase in ​number or ​amount: Problems in the ​industry have stacked up in recent months.
(Definition of stack up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “stack up”
in Chinese (Simplified) (和类似事物)相比,比较…
in Chinese (Traditional) (和類似事物)相比,比較…
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