Hindi translation of 'stack'
stack /stæk स्टैक्/
Word forms: stacks, stacking, stacked
1. countable noun
A stack of things is a neat pile of them.
A stack of things is usually tidy, and often consists of flat objects placed directly on top of each other. ...a neat stack of dishes. A heap of things is usually untidy, and often has the shape of a hill or mound. Now, the house is a heap of stones. A pile can be tidy or untidy. ...a neat pile of clothes.
There were stacks of books on the table.
2. transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you stack a number of things, or if you stack them up, you arrange them in neat piles.
Please stack the chairs up by the wall.
3. plural noun
Stacks of something means a lot of it.[informal]
You'll have stacks of money.
When the odds are stacked against someone, they are unlikely to succeed because the conditions are not favourable.
परिस्थितियां प्रतिकूल होना
The odds are still stacked against women in business.
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Example Sentences Including 'stack'
She smiled briefly at Stone and wandered away toward a stack of photo albums.Cormorant
A shape detached itself from the shadow of a chimney stack.The Scar
First, I spotted her outside, trying to pull out the bottom paper from a big stack.The Unorthodox Murder of Rabbi Moss
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'stack' in Other Languages
- Arabic: كَوْمَةٌ مُنْتَظِمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: pilha empilhamento
- Chinese: 堆栈
- Croatian: hrpa
- Czech: hromada
- Danish: stak
- Dutch: stapel
- European Spanish: montón
- Finnish: pino
- French: tas
- German: Stapel Stapel
- Greek: στοίβα
- Italian: catasta
- Japanese: 積み重ね
- Korean: 더미
- Norwegian: stabel
- Polish: stóg
- Portuguese: pilha empilhamento
- Romanian: grămadă grămezi
- Russian: штабель
- Spanish: montón
- Swedish: trave
- Thai: กองที่ซ้อนกัน
- Turkish: yığın
- Ukrainian: купа
- Vietnamese: đụn
Translation of stack from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary