Definition of 'stack'
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He was striding towards the courts carrying a large stack of law books. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Contestants pick ten and hold their nerve while the money stacks up. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Here the two varieties are stacked one on top of the other. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The heads were neatly stacked to one side. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The numbers continue to stack up as the prospects of his fellow competitors fade. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Both are stacked high with amazing bargains. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We are still trying to define where the hay stack is. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Before us stood a table stacked with goodies. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Wear them with mega heels and stacks of wooden bangles. The Sun (2010)But all too often large companies stack the odds against innovation. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Salary groups will not stack neatly one on top of another in a salary hierarchy. Personnel Management: A New Approach (1991)The numbers are too stacked against us. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Or how many cars can be stacked on top of each other before the bottom one becomes useless? The Sun (2006)Times are hard at the moment but there are jobs for anyone if they are prepared to scrub floors or stack shelves. The Sun (2012)The setting seemed devoid of time, like being in the deepest stacks of a library. WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)In front of or beside almost all of the steeply pitched houses there are stacks of wood piled high in anticipation of winter. The Wine Roads of France (1989)No-one else was around except a steward, stacking chairs. Spitfire Women of World War II (2007)She spends the day in the library stacks, arranging the books. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has a smart restaurant and bar, and boxes of new bowling shoes are stacked on the floor. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But the government offers basic skills training to help them find rubbish jobs stacking boxes, so that's okay. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'stack'
British English: stack /stæk/ NOUN
A stack of things is a neat pile of them.
There were stacks of books on the table.
- American English: stack
- 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
- Greek: στοίβα
- Italian: catasta
- Japanese: 積み重ね
- Korean: 더미
- Norwegian: stabel
- Polish: stóg
- European Portuguese: pilha empilhamento
- Romanian: grămadă
- Russian: штабель
- Spanish: montón
- Swedish: trave
- Thai: กองที่ซ้อนกัน
- Turkish: yığın
- Ukrainian: купа
- Vietnamese: đụn
Definition of stack from the Collins English Dictionary
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