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stack in Buildings topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstackstack1 /stæk/ ●○○ noun  1 stack.jpg GROUP OF THINGS[countable] a neat pile of thingsheapstack of a stack of papers stacks of dirty dishes2 a stack of something/stacks of something3 TBB[countable] a chimney4 the stacks blow your top/stack at blow1(16)
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stackI said hello and sat down on a stack of C-ration cases.a stack of sales brochuresA stack of copies was piled up at the entrance to the Arts Lab.Impale each stack with a bamboo stick to hold the bales in place.Manion turned off the engine, picked up his stack of envelopes, and locked the car.He built up neat stacks in order of priority, slipped rubber bands around them, dropped them in his briefcase.Next, Heath argues, CPU-specific issues like register stacks and context switching need to be standardised.Next to the bottles was a tall stack of plastic cups.After he had gone, she stared blankly at the stack of boxes he had left.The only limit placed on the depth of nesting is the room available for the stack.The whole stack fell over, and half the plates got broken.stack ofStacks of unopened boxes filled the room.a stack of books