pile in

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Related to pile in: pile up, piled
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1. A group of things gathered haphazardly:
2. Informal. A great deal:
Informal: barrel, heap, lot, pack, peck.
Regional: power, sight.
3. Slang. A large sum of money:
4. A usually permanent construction, such as a house or store:
1. To put into a disordered pile.Also used with up:
2. To make or become full; put as much into as can be held:
3. To fill to overflowing:
4. To leave one's bed:
Informal: turn out.
phrasal verb
pile up
1. To bring together so as to increase in mass or number:
2. Informal. To undergo wrecking:
Informal: crack up.
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w>pile in

vi (inf) (→ in +acc) → hineindrängen; (= get in)einsteigen; pile in!immer herein!
vt sepeinladen (→ -to in +acc)
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