English version

a mountain of something/mountains of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha mountain of something/mountains of somethinga mountain of something/mountains of somethingLOT/LARGE NUMBER OR AMOUNTa very large pile or amount of something I’ve got mountains of paperwork to deal with. Her husband went off with another woman and left her facing a mountain of debt. mountain
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a mountain of debtA trickster who constantly committed adultery - and then left her facing a mountain of debt.In an opening speech for the defence the devastation of their herd was blamed on a mountain of debt and overfeeding.Buoyant earnings in recent years have allowed the company to swiftly repay a mountain of debt.He is struggling under a mountain of debt today.
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