English translation of ढेर
ढेरPowered by COBUILD /dhera/
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1. bulk quantifier
The bulk of something is most of it.
⇒ ...the bulk of the world's great poetry. ⇒ Diamonds come from other places, but the bulk is produced in South Africa.
2. stack plural noun
Stacks of something means a lot of it. [informal]
⇒ You'll have stacks of money.
2. mn/dhera, dher, Dhera, Dher, ḍhera, ḍher/
1. bank countable noun
You use bank to refer to a large amount of something, stored for use. For example, a blood bank is a store of blood.
2. heap countable noun
A heap of things is an untidy pile of them.
⇒ ...a heap of clothes.
3. mass singular noun
A mass of something is a large amount of it.
⇒ She had a mass of red hair.
4. mound countable noun
A mound of things is a large heap or pile of them.
⇒ The men helped each other move mounds of snow from pavements and driveways.
5. mountain countable noun
A mountain of something is a very large amount of it. [informal]
⇒ They have mountains of coffee to sell.
6. pile countable noun
A pile of things is a quantity of them lying on top of one another.
⇒ The leaves had been swept into piles. ⇒ ...a pile of boxes.
7. pile quantifier
A pile of something or piles of it is a large amount of it. [informal]
⇒ He had piles of money.
8. sea singular noun
A sea of people or things is a very large number of them.
⇒ ...the sea of bottles and glasses on the table.
9. stack countable noun
A stack of things is a neat pile of them.
⇒ There were stacks of books on the table.
10. stockpile countable noun
A stockpile is a large store of something.
⇒ ...stockpiles of chemical weapons.
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Translation of ढेर from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary