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stack
British English: /stak/
American English: /stæk/

Translation of stack in French:

noun

also: stacks plural noun

  • 1 (in library)
    rayons mpl
  • 2
    [informal]
    stacks of
    des tas de (informal), plein de (informal)
    stacks (informal) of food
    des tas (informal) de or plein (informal) de choses à manger
    I've got stacks (informal) of work to do
    j'ai plein (informal) de travail à faire
    we've got stacks (informal) of time
    nous avons tout notre temps
    he has stacks (informal) of money

transitive verb

  • 1 (Agriculture)
    mettre [quelque chose] en meule (hay, straw)
  • 2
    also: stack up
    (pile)
    empiler (boxes, books, plates, chairs)
    stacking chairs
    chaises (fpl) superposables
  • 4 (Aviation, Telecommunications)
    mettre [quelque chose] en attente (planes, calls)
  • 6
    [informal]
    (American English) [pejorative]
    sélectionner [quelque chose] de manière partiale (jury, committee) (against afin de défavoriser) (for afin de favoriser)

Idioms

[informal]
to blow one's stack

se mettre en boule

[informal]
to be well-stacked

(American English)
être bien roulé (informal)

to have the odds ou cards stacked against one

ne pas avoir tous les atouts dans son jeu, être défavorisé

Phrasal verbs

stack up

1 stack up (informal) (American English) (compare)
se comparer (against , with avec)
2 stack up [something], stack [something] up
empiler (objects)

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