1. III
pile smth. pile bricks (logs, stones, bags, etc.) сваливать /складывать/ кирпичи и т.д. в кучу; pile [the] wood складывать дрова штабелями
2. IV
pile smth. in some manner pile smth. indiscriminately свалить что-л. как попало; pile smth. methodically аккуратно складывать что-л.; pile smth. high сваливать что-л. в большую кучу, нагромождать что-л.
3. XI
be piled with smth. the table was piled high with paper стол был завален бумагами; the dish was piled high with meat на блюде была целая гора мяса
4. XVI
1) pile on (against, etc.) smth. hills piled on hills горы громоздились друг на друга; snow piled against the fences у заборов высились сугробы; snow piled outside the front door подъезд занесло /заваляло/ снегом
2) pile into smth. coll. pile into the car (into the restaurant, etc.) гурьбой вваливаться в вагон и т.д.
5. XXI1
pile smth. in (on, into, etc.) smth. pile the blankets in a corner (the dirty plates in a sink, the books on the table, etc.) сваливать одеяло в угол и т.д.; pile it all in a heap свалить все в кучу; we piled the cases into the boot мы положили чемоданы один на другой в багажник; pile coal on a fire подсыпать уголь в огонь; pile logs on each other укладывать бревна штабелями; pile smth. with smth. pile a cart with straw (the wagon with hay, etc.) нагружать телегу соломой и т.д.; pile a sink with dirty dishes заставить мойку грязной посудой; pile the counter with goods завалять прилавок товарами

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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