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pile

noun  us   /pɑɪl/

pile noun (THINGS)

[C] a number of things lying on top of each other: a pile of newspapers After dinner there is always a pile of dishes to be washed. [C] infml A pile or piles can also be a lot of something: I’ve got piles of homework.

pile noun (SURFACE)

[U] the soft surface of short threads on a carpet (= material for covering a floor) or on some types of cloth: carpets with a deep pile

pile

verb  us   /pɑɪl/

pile verb (MOVE)

[I always + adv/prep] (of a group of people) to move together, esp. in a way that is not organized: About ten kids piled into the room, all talking at once. Someone yelled "Fire!" and we all piled out into the street.

pile verb (THINGS)

[always + adv/prep] to put (things) near or on top of each other, or to collect in this way: [I] Magazines just pile up on my desk at work. [M] I asked her to pile on extra potatoes.
Phrasal verbs
Traducciones de “pile”
en árabe كَوْمة…
en coreano 더미…
in Malaysian timbunan, bertimbun-timbun…
en francés pile, paquet…
en turco yığın, küme…
en italiano catasta, pila…
en chino (tradicionál) 數量, 疊, 垛…
en ruso куча, груда, стопка…
en polaco stos…
in Vietnamese đống: chồng, số lượng lớn…
en español montón, pila…
en portugués monte, pilha…
in Thai กอง, จำนวนมาก…
en alemán der Haufen…
en catalán munt, pila…
en japonés うず高く積み上げられたもの…
in Indonesian tumpukan, setumpuk…
en chino (simplificado) 数量, 摞, 垛…
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