- (of a number of things) put or arranged in a stack or stacks；(of a place or surface) filled or covered with goods
- 1. (of a number of things) put or arranged in a stack or stacks the stacked chairs
- ▪ (of a place or surface) filled or covered with goods the stacked shelves
- ▪ having sections that are arranged vertically full-sized washer/dryers are replacing stacked units
- ▪ (of a heel) made from thin layers of material glued one on top of the other the new boots you buy will be leather with stacked heels
- 2. (of a pack of cards) shuffled or arranged dishonestly so as to gain an unfair advantage you were playing against a stacked deck a stacked deck of a political system
- 3. vulgar slang (of a woman) having large breasts.
- 4. (of a task) placed in a queue for subsequent processing an operating system that allows for stacked jobs
- ▪ (of a stream of data) stored in such a way that the most recently stored item is the first to be retrieved MIDI interface featuring stacked MIDI note numbers
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.... a. She got a temporary job. b. Her job is to stack shelves. (Her job is stacking shelves) a跟b...
stack vt. ( 及物動詞 transitive verb ) 1. 堆積,堆起 2. 架[槍] 《例句》 * Stack arms! 架槍! 3. 指令(等待著陸的飛機)作定高分層盤旋 4. (洗牌)作弊...