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

Translation of stack in German:

noun

  • 1 (of hay etc.)
    Schober, der (South German) (Austrian German)
    Feim, der (North and Middle German)
  • 2 (pile)
    Stoß, der
    Stapel, der
    place something in stacks
    etwas [auf]stapeln
  • 3 [colloquial]
    (large amount)
    Haufen, der [colloquial]
    a stack of work/money
    ein Haufen Arbeit/Geld
    have a stack of things to do
    einen Haufen zu tun haben [colloquial]
    have stacks of money
    Geld wie Heu haben [colloquial]
  • 5
    (factory chimney)
    Fabrikschornstein, der
    blow one's stack (American English) [figurative] [colloquial], = blow one's top blow1 2 8
  • 7 (Aviation)
    (übereinander in Warteschleifen kreisende Flugzeuge)
  • 8 (British English)
    (rock pillar)
    Felssäule, die

transitive verb

  • 1 (pile)stack [up] stack logs in a pile
    Holz zu einem Stoß aufschichten
    be well stacked [figurative] [colloquial]
    (have large bust)
    viel Holz vor der Hütte haben [colloquial] [humorous]
    stacking
    stapelbar (Stühle usw.)
  • 2 (arrange fraudulently)stack the cards
    beim Mischen betrügen
    the odds or cards or chips are stacked against somebody
    [figurative]
    jemand hat schlechte Karten [figurative] [colloquial]
  • 3
    (Aviation)
    übereinander Warteschleifen fliegen lassen
    we are stacked right up to 30,000 feet
    der Warteraum ist schon bis in 30 000 Fuß Höhe belegt

Phrasal verbs

stack up

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