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- czarism 23
- impasse 108
- temple 237
- bark 296
- sufficiently 214
- deforest 24
- Rebel 20
- Format 27
- Dense 92
- shadowy 30
- green card 17
- parlor 235
- pilot 273
- gimmicky 27
- transparent 267
- unctuous 53
- sadness 432
- microphone 206
- Magnitude 104
- relevantly 60
- terrify 31
- calmly 23
- mass 280
- form letter 24
- professor 258
- antipathy 52
- scar 312
- pull 179
- UNDERLINE 18
- intrinsic 113
- tasty 90
- Peruse 7
- busywork 35
- railway 158
- trill 83
- heir 276
- acquisition 330
- introduction 486
- withdraw 391
- exhibit 339
- incarnation 154
- Bagel 78
- gentleman's agreement 27
- rendering 16
- secure 297
- Aggregate 80
- Charge 148
- Deist 18
- embroider 42
- carry 128
- resurrection 39
- connection 300
- Collide 111
- shame 370
- Stop 131
- instead 135
- Install 200
- toughest 12
- bloodline 50
- askewness 15
- exhaust 283
- liken 18
- freeborn 55
- chin 291
- trilled 60
- shoot 286
- axe 95
- unwelcoming 62
- lonely 282
- Punishment 103
- bursaries 11
- Building 36
- physically 25
- valet 43
- righteous 137
- fortify 102
- unavoidable 162
- malfunction 95
- serendipity 49
- trace 320
- Pilates 45
- coward 265
- vegetarian 85
- blandishment 20
- chance 311
- cohesive 29
- hairdresser 41
- forethought 52
- identification 286
- illustration 267
- infuriating 32
- spring 208
- Bottom 99
- empathy 126
- stench 18
- rent 265
- azimuth 33
- affair 288
- prophetic 144
- gleam 98
- Impetus 99
- annoyed 84
- CHARACTER 15
- ailing 31
- Happy 119
- Fuzzy 19
- statute 288
- Start 38
- coleslaw 38
- chronological 129
- Height 136
- skiff 110
- Love 45
- Consistently 22
- marking 20
- great 147
- able 129
- educated 141
- patient 328
- valley 313
- Global 90
- tense 226
- cure 300
- insignificance 122
- coarseness 72
- sport 153
- negligence 146
- Goody Two-shoes 18
- marketeer 80
- Weigh 16
- angry 180
- troop 240
- motivation 167
- subject 136
- adventurer 31
- Aga 19
- coventry 26
- veterinary 28
- pail 281
- alkaline 37
- cot death 33
- applicator 35
- Juxtapose 85
- Cease 110
- progressive 258
- Via 81
- envisage 96
- publicity 125
- end 227
- class action 22
- warning 76
- intend 300
- displaying 147
- pro bono 32
- sure 169
- media 285
- laundry 263
- pepper 292
- Suspected 52
- good-tempered 17
- cold comfort 33
- stiff 311
- dock 262
- Ideal 137
- bender 129
- foreigner 230
- Trench 15
- garden 142
- apartment 277
- waver 78
- monger 78
- eye-opener 26
- occasion 357
- coccyx 42
- paddock 30
- oasis 49
- diarrhea 94
- aquaculture 24
- original 296
- optimistic 383
- trick 275
- desperate 275
- pilgrim 57
- radicalize 109
- occur 355
- confrontation 154
- evocation 42
- tight 285
- Wholesome 28
- gentrify 77
- Blonde 59
- service 142
- calling 54
- tenant 271
- southern 261
- Confine 121
- stimulus 110
- amanuensis 24
- practical nurse 52
- Intuition 130
- working 28
- get across 22
- plain 255
- plus 302
- fish cake 25
- Splurge 94
- bitterness 41
- density 307
- appear 288
- Military 101
- purposely 66
- unity 295
- tidy 327
- equanimity 56
- elocution 28
- tool 331
- husband 142
- Merry 14
- republic 275
- dictum 221
- Rule 100
- muckraking 60
- flap 151
- facilitation 33
- Travel 78
- yap 111
- Easter egg 147
- enameled 20
- Immerse 133
- bless 222
- Penis 59
- Healthy 48
- alarm 278
- calendar 274
- interrupt 262
- deportment 35
- GENERATE 24
- blurred 103
- investigation 256
- Acne 103
- news 142
- polyethylene 9
- damaging 196
- Augment 23
- futuristic 84
- burdensome 31
- defeating 12
- adore 123
- mumbled 14
- bludgeon 39
- gentlewoman 34
- fixated 72
- interpreter 271
- Ace 267
- swamp 242
- medicine 97
- Pure 63
- Fleet 23
- marriage 267
- Savour 48
- push 130
- bourgeois 41
- amble 109
- comic 56
- nip and tuck 28
- steep 270
- comfortable 298
- lambent 8
- Tact 9
- on short notice 36
- vision 324
- Appeared 30
- elimination 243
- deplorable 95
- practice 159
- Terrain 148
- Accompany 113
- bouncy 48
- Bother 96
- acre 289
- contemporary 274
- carcinogenic 34
- rethink 138
- judo 113
- Domestic 90
- statistic 147
- Class 82
- Considerate 64
- carry off 32
- lime 307
- sanctimonious 48
- Iteration 74
- guide 269
- Drill 7
- fishtail 35
- volatility 18
- vacate 142
- beside 151
- actually 257
- eavesdrop 44
- winkle 29
- incandescent 96
- Challenging 168
- debate 310
- flu 286
- mix up 82
- Magic 101
- visitor 294
- golden 306
- extensive 251
- increasing 24
- abundant 235
- monosyllabic 109
- prop 174
- definition 253
- marketplace 102
- ruinously 70
- dawn 276
- bombastic 38
- incur 23
- Sobriquet 23
- blimp 36
- villain 92
- dam 318
- wait 69
- come under 25
- Driven 23
- urge 319
- Quite 104
- owner 290
- efficient 294
- rough-hewn 77
- Evening 69
- raid 299
- Suitable 137
- chugged 21
- gloomy 311
- gag rule 26
- vociferous 99
- Bellicose 110
- Disconnect 12
- say 184
- steer 253
- pillar 318
- sermonize 22
- Valuable 103
- subsidy 291
- capricious 40
- happy hour 30
- Cheshire cat 18
- radioactive 284
- only 102
- Outdoors 21
- Relieved 138
- Vigor 39
- thought 275
- sailor 264
- full-fledged 107
- aquamarine 93
- regrettable 130
- aromaticity 16
- ash 276
- transmission 277
- depersonalization 40
- Chairman 92
- damming 21
- precisely 58
- Cleanser 50
- tremble 373
- demobilization 98
- abstracted 30
- pastry 23
- Rehearsal 114
- unchallenged 79
- sort 292
- pattern 251
- velvety 36
- disrespect 62
- supreme 309
- deceiving 41
- flock 369
- bummer 29
- assumption 282
- concuss 27
- chocolate 296
- intercourse 124
- grin 172
- drew 100
- Mixture 101
- Stud 56
- Prospective 64
- freeze 287
- turn something inside out 12
- minimum 295
- encumber 45
- excellent 391
- fare 284
- consoling 25
- Excessive 119
- intermingle 67
- overshoot 76
- burglar 143
- barge 166
- palm 289
- betrayal 167
- dumbfounded 69
- Means 23
- advice 263
- health 183
- Unicorn 94
- ministry 283
- Physics 35
- Significantly 105
- Satirical 12
- baseboard 32
- balsamic vinegar 24
- Dread 130
- declare 294
- insecticide 106
- legacy 118
- edition 264
- Motion 109
- contamination 174
- deep 150
- beam 302
- Nourish 61
- unreachable 37
- regain 30
- Organ 138
- depreciation 36
- Brood 27
- usual 310
- Biscuit 48
- impracticality 63
- byte 43
- spellbound 10
- bower 47
- Laptop 6
- Most 121
- RIOT 134
- relative 290
- administration 244
- deeper 20
- veracious 41
- DUE 22
- trial 330
- Stylish 97
- cabinet 303
- authorship 38
- Difficult 107
- anthropomorphism 31
- afloat 132
- humid 229
- Bury 88
- molester 34
- nonflammable 11
- expansion 201
- harmony 581
- having said that 36
- whodunit 21
- Prefixes 8
- opportunity 311
- beware 92
- last 148
- Allow 79
- crow 308
- Amendment 154
- cremate 36
- set in stone 46
- Although 37
- expose 373
- Suspicion 121
- bimbo 36
- civilised 22
- Scuttle 75
- Forget 144
- Fair 129
- treatise 26
- Will 116
- frighten 252
- tainted 23
- leek 112
- applesauce 31
- amend 106
- persecution 161
- applicable 280
- Arrange 93
- aggress 42
- beamer 29
- white 22
- Stitch 33
- chime 35
- dereliction 42
- social 235
- anticlockwise 33
- dribble 41
- Subtotal 66
- curtain 276
- shaggy 19
- Spur 249

5 ENTRIES FOUND:

plural stacks

plural stacks

Learner's definition of STACK

[count] : a usually neat pile : a group of things that are put one on top of the other（通常堆叠整齐的）一堆，一叠，一摞 — often + *of* — see also haystack

- He had arranged the letters in
*stacks*.他已经把信件一沓沓放好了。 - She took a magazine from near the top of the
*stack*.她从一摞书靠顶的地方取下一本杂志。

- a
*stack of*dishes/papers一摞盘子/文件

[count] : a large amount of something大量；一大堆 — usually + *of*

- There is a
*stack of*evidence against her.有大量证据对她不利。 - They have
*stacks of*money.他们有很多钱。

the stacks : the rows of shelves where books are stored in a library（图书馆里的）藏书架

- I couldn't find the book in
*the stacks*.我无法在书架上找到这本书。

stacks; stacked; stacking

/ˈstæk/

verb

stacks; stacked; stacking

Learner's definition of STACK

: to arrange (things) in a stack : to put (things) in a usually neat pile使成整齐的一堆（或一叠、一摞） — often + *up*

[+ object]

- She spent the afternoon splitting and
*stacking*firewood.她一整个下午都在劈柴、堆柴。 - She
*stacked*the plates in the cupboard.她把盘子叠放到碗柜里。 - He
*stacked*the books on the table.他把书摞在桌子上。

- She
*stacked*the wood*up*against the fence.她把木材靠着篱笆堆起来。

[no object]

- The chairs don't
*stack*. [=the chairs cannot be put in a stack; the chairs cannot be stacked]这些椅子没法叠放。

[+ object]

- The other players accused him of stacking the deck.其他打牌的人指责他洗牌作弊。

- In many ways, the cards are stacked against immigrants. [=immigrants face unfair and difficult circumstances]在很多方面，移民会遭遇不公及困境。
- There are things you can do to stack the odds in your favor. [=to make it more likely for you to win, succeed, etc.]你有办法使形势对自己有利。
- The odds are stacked against you. [=the odds are against you; you do not have a good or fair chance of winning, succeeding, etc.]形势对你不利。

: to increase in number or amount to a total that is difficult to deal with大量堆积

- Cars quickly
*stacked up*behind the bus.公共汽车后面的小汽车很快排成了长龙。 - My bills are
*stacking up*. [=*piling up*]我的账单越积越多。

: to be good enough or equally good足够好；一样好

- The camera doesn't
*stack up*[=*measure up*] when it comes to performance.这款相机性能不够好。 - This model
*stacks up*well when compared with other cameras. [=the camera is as good as or better than others]这款相机足以和其他型号媲美。

stack up against (something or someone) or stack (something or someone) up against (something or someone) : to compare (something or someone) with others of the same kind与…相比

- How does this computer
*stack up against*other models? [=how good is it compared to other models?]这款电脑与其他型号相比如何？ - How does he
*stack up against*the other candidates?与其他候选人相比，他怎么样？ - The camera does pretty well when you
*stack*it*up against*the competition.与竞争机型相比，这款相机很好。

plural stacks

1

4

a **: **a number of flues embodied in one structure rising above a roof

b **: **a vertical pipe (as to carry off smoke)

c **: **the exhaust pipe of an internal combustion engine

stacked; stacking; stacks

stacker noun

verb

^_^: Translate en To zh-TW

stack

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堆疊

0_0: Translations of stack

- # n.

堆: clamp, heap, mass, pile, stack

碼: code, number, stack, weight, yard

鹽魚堆: stack - # v.

堆放: pile up, stack

0_0: Definitions of stack

- # noun.

- a pile of objects, typically one that is neatly arranged.

* a stack of boxes

- a chimney, especially one on a factory, or a vertical exhaust pipe on a vehicle. - # verb.

- arrange (a number of things) in a pile, typically a neat one.

* she stood up, beginning to stack the plates

- shuffle or arrange (a deck of cards) dishonestly so as to gain an unfair advantage.

* I know the cards are stacked

- (in snowboarding) fall over.

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