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stack US English

A pile of objects, typically one that is neatly arranged

stack US Thesaurus

a stack of boxes

blow one's lid US English

Lose one’s temper

stack up US English

Form or cause to form a large quantity; build up

soil stack US English

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

stack arms US English

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

chimney stack US English

The part of a chimney that projects above a roof

stack something up in stack up US English

Form or cause to form a large quantity; build up

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

sea stack in stack US English

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

blow one's lid in blow1 US English

Lose one’s temper

smokestack US English

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