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  • EN [ paɪl]
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English definition


  • 1. a collection of objects laid on top of each other

  • 2. (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent;

    • "a batch of letters"
    • "a deal of trouble"
    • "a lot of money"
    • "he made a mint on the stock market"
    • "it must have cost plenty"
  • 3. a large sum of money (especially as pay or profit);

    • "she made a bundle selling real estate"
    • "they sank megabucks into their new house"
  • 4. fine soft dense hair (as the fine short hair of cattle or deer or the wool of sheep or the undercoat of certain dogs)

  • 5. battery consisting of voltaic cells arranged in series; the earliest electric battery devised by Volta

  • 6. a column of wood or steel or concrete that is driven into the ground to provide support for a structure

  • 7. the yarn (as in a rug or velvet or corduroy) that stands up from the weave;

    • "for uniform color and texture tailors cut velvet with the pile running the same direction"
  • 8. a nuclear reactor that uses controlled nuclear fission to generate energy


  • 1. arrange in stacks;

    • "heap firewood around the fireplace"
    • "stack your books up on the shelves"
  • 2. press tightly together or cram;

    • "The crowd packed the auditorium"
  • 3. place or lay as if in a pile;

    • "The teacher piled work on the students until the parents protested"

Example sentences

  • The pile of books tottered then fell.

  • Collect the books and put them in a pile on my desk.

  • The writer confronted his pile of work with determination.

  • A pile of china dishes rested precariously on the head of the acrobat.

  • A sudden wind swept a pile of leaves in.

  • Scrape the dead leaves together into a pile, and then we can burn them.

  • Pile the leaves in the corner of the yard.

  • The campers amassed a large pile of branches before starting their fire.

  • Pile some more wood on — let's have a really big fire.

  • I'm still working through this pile of papers.

  • This pile of apples vary in size.

  • Grain heats in a pile.

  • The bomb left a pile of jagged glass and twisted metal.

  • I've a pile of work to knock off before I can take my holiday.

  • They found the body buried beneath a pile of leaves.

  • a pile of books

  • a pile of sewing

  • The pile of books toppled over.

  • a pile of unread newspapers

  • Back then I could bolt down three or four burgers and a pile of French fries.

  • Pile the potatoes into a warm serving dish.

  • Pile potatoes into a warm serving dish.

  • He put the pile of chips in the center of the table and drew a card.

  • The clothes were folded in a neat pile.

  • Pick over the fruit and pile on top of the cream.

  • As the aeroplane went down the runway the wing touched a pile of rubble.

  • She undressed and put her wet clothes in a neat pile in the corner.

  • He awoke to find himself lying uncomfortably on a pile of firewood.

Phrase collocation

  • pile up

    To accumulate.

    &I{Informal} To undergo a serious vehicular collision.

  • make a (或 one's) pile

    (informal)make a lot of money

  • pile arms

    place a number of rifles (usually four) with their butts on the ground and the muzzles together

  • pile it on

    (informal)exaggerate the seriousness of a situation or of someone's behaviour to increase guilt or distress

  • pile on the agony

    (in formal)exaggerate or aggravate a bad situation


  • pile of shit

    • The whole project's a pile of shil.

  • grub pile

    • He got a fair grub-pile for a couple of dollars.

Synonym discrimination

  • accumulate, amass, collect, gather, heap, pile


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