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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
stack /stæk/
  • danh từ
    • cây rơm, đụn rơm
    • Xtec (đơn vị đo gỗ bằng khoảng 3 mét khối)
    • đống (than, củi)
    • (thông tục) một số lượng lớn, nhiều
      • to have stacks of work: có nhiều việc
    • (quân sự) cụm súng dựng chụm vào nhau
    • ống khói (nhà máy, xe lửa...); đám ống khói (trong nhà máy)
    • núi đá cao (ngoài biển khơi Ê-cốt)
    • giá sách; (số nhiều) nhà kho sách
    • ngoại động từ
      • đánh (rơm, rạ) thành đống; chồng thành đống, chất thành đống
      • (hàng không) hướng dẫn bay lượn vòng (trong khi chờ đợi hạ cánh)
      • (quân sự) dựng (súng) chụm vào nhau
      • to stack the cards
        • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) xếp bài gian lận (để chia đúng cho ai một quân gì)
      • (nghĩa bóng) gian lận bố trí trước, bí mật sắp đặt trước để gian lận
    Concise Dictionary
    +an orderly pile
    +(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent
    +a list in which the next item to be removed is the item most recently stored (LIFO)
    +a large tall chimney through which combustion gases and smoke can be evacuated
    +a storage device that handles data so that the next item to be retrieved is the item most recently stored (LIFO)
    +load or cover with stacks
    +arrange in stacks
    +arrange the order of so as to increase one's winning chances

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    1 pile, heap, mound, mass, accumulation, hill, mountain, store, stock, bank, deposit, supply, stockpile, hoard, load, bundle, bale, Colloq US and Canadian stash:
    This stack of paper ought to be enough to last through the next printing.
    2 haystack, cock, haycock, rick, rickle, hayrick, Brit clamp:
    The stacks were covered with a tarpaulin before it started to rain.
    3 collection, aggregation, accumulation, agglomeration, amassment, mass, load, pack, amount, abundance, plenty, profusion, volume, array, sea, throng, multitude, swarm, host, number, quantity, pile-up:
    We have a huge stack of orders to process this morning.
    4 smokestack, chimney, chimney-stack, funnel; Building soil stack:
    They built the stack very tall to carry the fumes away from the town below.
    5 blow one's stack. anger, become angry, become furious or infuriated, rage, rant, lose one's temper, Slang blow or lose one's cool, get hot under the collar, blow one's top:
    The boss will blow his stack if we miss the deadline.
    6 Often, stack up. pile (up), heap, accumulate, amass, store, stock, stockpile, hoard, collect, aggregate, agglomerate, Colloq stash (away), squirrel away:
    Stack those boxes neatly in the corner. Has he stacked up enough points to qualify?
    7 stack up.
    (a) make sense, add up, agree, jibe, be verifiable, Colloq check out:
    The ledgers don't stack up with the cheque-book. The two sets of figures simply don't stack up.
    (b) compare, measure up, hold a candle to, be on a par (with), be as good as:
    He could never stack up to Olivier.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C] a pile of sth, usually neatly arranged: a stack of plates / books + a stack hi-fi system (= where radio, CD player, etc. are arranged on top of each other)
    See also - HAYSTACK
    2 [C] ~ (of sth) (informal, especially BrE) a large number or amount of sth; a lot of sth: stacks of money + There's a stack of unopened mail waiting for you at the house. + I've got stacks of work to do.
    3 [C] a tall chimney, especially on a factory
    4 (the stacks) [pl.] the part of a library, sometimes not open to the public, where books that are not often needed are stored: The books you need will have to be brought up from the stacks.
    5 [C] (computing) a way of storing information in a computer in which the most recently stored item is the first to be RETRIEVED (= found or got back)
    Idioms see BLOW v.
    + verb
    1 ~ (sth) (up) to arrange objects neatly in a pile; to be arranged in this way: [VN] to stack plates / boxes + Logs stacked up against a wall. + [V] Do these chairs stack? + stacking chairs
    2 [VN] ~ sth (with sth) to fill sth with piles of things: They were busy stacking the shelves with goods.
    3 [V, VN] ~ (sth) (up) if aircraft stack (up) or are stacked (up) over an airport, there are several flying around waiting for their turn to land
    Phrasal Verbs: stack up
    1 to keep increasing in quantity until there is a large pile, a long line, etc: Cars quickly stacked up behind the bus. + During the strike, refuse has been stacking up in the streets.
    2 ~ (against sb/sth) (informal) to compare to sb/sth else: Let's try him in the team and see how he stacks up. + This year's figures didn't stack up to those of 1999 (= they were not as good).
    Collocation Dictionary


    carefully, neatly | away, up
    The wood was collected up and carefully stacked away. Stack the chairs up over there.


    The cases were stacked against the wall.
    | in
    The paintings were stacked in a corner of the room.
    | on
    The plates were neatly stacked on the draining board.
    | with
    shelves stacked with boxes


    be stacked in piles
    Boxes were stacked in piles all round the room.

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