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stack US English

A pile of objects, typically one that is neatly arranged

blow one's lid US English

Lose one’s temper

stack up US English

Form or cause to form a large quantity; build up

stack arms US English

Place a number of rifles with their butts on the ground and the muzzles together

soil stack US English

The pipe that takes all the waste water from the upstairs plumbing system of a building

chimney stack US English

The part of a chimney that projects above a roof

stack something up in stack US English

Form or cause to form a large quantity; build up

stack up in stack US English

Measure up; compare

stack arms in stack US English

Place a number of rifles with their butts on the ground and the muzzles together

blow one's lid in blow1 US English

Lose one’s temper

stack something up in stack up US English

Form or cause to form a large quantity; build up

sea stack in stack US English

A column of rock standing in the sea, remaining after erosion of cliffs

smokestack US English

A chimney or funnel for discharging smoke from a locomotive, ship, factory, etc. and helping to induce a draft

stack US Thesaurus

a stack of boxes

stack English-Spanish

montón masculine, pila feminine

stack up English-Spanish

cuadrar

chimney stack English-Spanish

fuste masculine

stack system English-Spanish

torre feminine, equipo masculine de música

stack up English-Spanish

cuadrar

do the chairs stack? in stack English-Spanish

¿se pueden colocar las sillas unas sobre otras?

to blow one's top o stack o lid in blow English-Spanish

explotar, ponerse* hecho una furia

the stack of books toppled to one side in topple English-Spanish

la pila de libros se inclinó hacia un lado