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heap

2 verb
     
heap2 [transitive]
1 also heap up to put a lot of things on top of each other in an untidy way [= pile]
heap on
Jean heaped logs on the fire.
2

heap something with something

to put a lot of something on a surface [= pile]:
She gave him a glass of whisky and heaped his plate with food.
3

heap praise/insults etc on somebody

to praise, insult etc someone a lot:
He heaped all the blame on his secretary.

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