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  1. pile

    • IPA[pīl]

    美式

    • n.
      a heap of things laid or lying one on top of another;a large amount of something
    • v.
      place (things) one on top of another;be stacked or loaded with
    • verb: pile, 3rd person present: piles, gerund or present participle: piling, past tense: piled, past participle: piled

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a heap of things laid or lying one on top of another:

      he placed the books in a neat pile

    • 2. a large amount of something:

      the growing pile of work

    • 3. a lot of money:

      he is admired for having made a pile for himself

    • 4. a large imposing building or group of buildings:

      a Victorian Gothic pile

    • 5. a series of plates of dissimilar metals laid one on another alternately to produce an electric current.
    • 6. a nuclear reactor.
    • 7. a funeral pyre.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. place (things) one on top of another:

      she piled all the groceries on the counter

    • 2. be stacked or loaded with:

      his in-box was piled high with papers

    • 3. increase in quantity:

      the work has piled up

    • 4. cause to increase in quantity:

      the debts he piled up

    • 5. intensify or exaggerate something for effect:

      you can pile on the guilt but my heart has turned to stone

    • 6. (of a group of people) get into or out of (a vehicle) in a disorganized manner:

      we all piled in and headed off to our mysterious destination

      my students piled out of three cars

    • 7. (of a vehicle) crash into:

      60 cars piled into each other on I-95

    • plural haemorrhoids.

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    • n. a crash involving several vehicles:

    • a three-car pile-up on the A350

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    • n. a piece of land with rich potential for gold-mining:

    • gold was found in every shaft, and there were several pile claims

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    • IPA[pʌɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      a heap of things laid or lying one on top of another:
    • he placed the books in a neat pile

      tottering piles of dirty dishes

    • v.
      place (things) one on top of the other:
    • she piled all the groceries on the counter

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    • IPA[pīl]

    美式

    • n.
      a heavy beam or post driven vertically into the bed of a river, soft ground, etc., to support the foundations of a structure.
    • v.
      strengthen or support (a structure) with piles:
    • an earlier bridge may have been piled

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    • IPA[pʌɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      a heavy stake or post driven vertically into the bed of a river, soft ground, etc., to support the foundations of a superstructure.
    • v.
      strengthen or support (a structure) with piles:
    • an earlier bridge may have been piled

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    • IPA[pīl]

    美式

    • n.
      the soft projecting surface of a carpet or a fabric such as velvet or flannel, consisting of many small threads:
    • the thick pile of the new rugs

      deep-pile carpets

    • v.
      furnish with a pile:
    • a thick-piled carpet

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    • IPA[pʌɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      the soft projecting surface of a carpet or a fabric such as velvet or flannel, consisting of many small threads:
    • the thick pile of the new rugs

      deep-pile carpets

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  2. 知識+

    • stack pile

      ... a stack of something -- a stack of money a pile of something -- a pile of money it is a stack pile of...cargo Another word to use for messy or unorderly piles or stacks would be heaps stones...

    • 商英 -export cases dead piled in

      Export cases dead-piled in container or on pallets. 出口貨箱緊密的堆疊於貨櫃中或棧板上。 http...

    • pile和bile為什麼唸起來一樣?

      翻譯機的發音因為透過機器所以聽起來差不多p 的發音比較輕只有氣 以注音來舉例p類似ㄆ兒 b 的口型與 p 相同但是喉嚨要發音 類似ㄅ