Definition of 'pile up'
Example sentences containing 'pile up'
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It's going to take you a lot of rounds to pile up those points. STONE CITYTeach them to pile up breastworks with anything they've got, including their hands. DARE CALL IT TREASON
Translations for 'pile up'
British English: pile-up /ˈpaɪlʌp/ NOUN
A pile-up is a road accident in which a lot of vehicles crash into each other.
...a 54-car pile-up.
- American English: pileup
- Arabic: إِصْطِدَام
- Brazilian Portuguese: engavetamento tráfego
- Chinese: 数辆车同时碰撞事件
- Croatian: lančani sudar
- Czech: hromadná srážka
- Danish: harmonikasammenstød
- Dutch: kettingbotsing
- European Spanish: choque en cadena
- Finnish: ketjukolari
- French: carambolage
- German: Massenkarambolage
- Greek: καραμπόλα
- Italian: tamponamento a catena
- Japanese: 山積み
- Korean: 연쇄 충돌
- Norwegian: opphopning
- Polish: nagromadzenie
- European Portuguese: choque em cadeia tráfego
- Romanian: accident în lanț
- Russian: массовая автокатастрофа
- Spanish: choque en cadena
- Swedish: seriekrock
- Thai: รถชนกันหลายคัน
- Turkish: yığılmak
- Ukrainian: велика аварія
- Vietnamese: tai nạn liên hoàn
Definition of pile up from the Collins English Dictionary
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