English version

one on top of the other

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishone on top of the otherone on top of the other (also on top of one another) in a pile We stacked the crates one on top of the other. top
Examples from the Corpus
one on top of the otherThe flour-dusted man with the two coats, one on top of the other, ran a grocery store.Banana trees dropped their rotting fruit, which lay one on top of the other, dying in layers.He taught Callie that when she added, she should stack the numbers one on top of the other.Soon our hands are together, perhaps one on top of the other, pointing to the words.There were books piled on three shelves, one on top of the other.
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