Significado de “stack” - en el Diccionario Inglés

stack en inglés británico

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stacknoun [ C ]

uk /stæk/ us /stæk/

stack noun [ C ] (PILE)

a pile of things arranged one on top of another:

He chose a cartoon from the stack of DVDs on the shelf.

informal a large amount:

Don't worry, we've got stacks of time.
the stacks

a set of shelves in a library that are positioned close together so that a lot of books can be stored on them

stackverb [ T ]

uk /stæk/ us /stæk/

(Definición de stack del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

stack en inglés americano

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stacknoun [ C ]

us /stæk/

a pile of things arranged one on top of another:

a stack of pancakes
stacks of newspapers
the stacks

In a library (= a building with a collection of books and study materials), the stacks are the area where books are stored:

I found the book in the stacks, but it was in the wrong place.

stackverb [ T ]

us /stæk/

to arrange things in a pile one on top of another:

The cases were stacked neatly in the middle of the room.

(Definición de stack del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

stack en inglés de negocios

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stackverb [ T ]

uk /stæk/ us
stack shelves

COMMERCE to work in a supermarket putting products on shelves:

She's got a part-time job stacking shelves in the local superstore.

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stacknoun [ C ]

uk /stæk/ us

a large pile of something such as letters:

I have a stack of invoices to process this afternoon.

IT a method of storing information on a computer in which the most recent item is found or dealt with before other items:

It is possible to search the stack for an item and find out how far it is from the top.

(Definición de stack del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)