pile\ up


pile\ up
1. I
1) work (the freight, etc.) piles up /is piling up/ накапливается работа и т.д.; the clouds are piling up собираются тучи
2) a car piled up машина разбилась; a boat piled up a) лодку выбросило на берег; б) лодка села на мель
2. III
pile up smth. /smth. up/
1) pile up leaves сгребать листья в кучу /в груду/
2) coll. pile up mistakes наделать кучу ошибок; pile up money копать деньги; pile up wealth /a fortune/ сколачивать богатство /капитал/; pile up debts наделать множество долгов, влезть в [огромные] долги; pile up evidence накапливать /собирать/ доказательства; pile up the agony нагнетать напряжение, сгущать краски
3. XI
be piled up in some manner the bags were piled up one on top of the other мешки были свалены в кучу один на другой; be piled up at (in, etc.) smth. his money was piled up at the banker's у него в банке накопались деньги
4. XVI
1) pile up on smth. plates and dishes piled up on the table тарелки громоздились на столе /загромоздили стол/; the snow was piling up on the roof на крышу навалило много снегу
2) pile up on smth. the ship piled up on the rocks судно выбросило на скалы; pile up in smth. the plane piled up in flames самолет, объятый пламенем, взорвался
5. XXI1
pile up smth. with smth. pile up the tables with good things заставить столы всякими яствами; pile up smth. against smth. pile up food against winter заготавливать продукты /делать запасы/ на зиму

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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