Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pile"

The meaning of "Pile" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Fly the pile over mean?
A: This is not an expression. It is just a regular sentence. They have found the decomposing body of someone and they are told to "fly" (bring quickly) everything that they found (the pile), even the Stetson hat, and not just the remains of the body (the skin and bones)
Q: What does pile on the pressure mean?
A: To put even more pressure on existing pressure. "to pile up" is 쌓다.

압력을 가하다
Q: What does solid pile storage mean?
A: I think this is about different warehouse methods.

For example, storage on shelves or storage on pallets.

So, 'solid pile' storage is goods that are stacked without shelves, racks or pallets.
Q: What does As the pile grew, so did the entire project mean?
A: The pile grew and the project grew in parallel
Q: What does I'll gladly throw that onto the pile. mean?
A: This is hard to explain, typically a more common expression for this is 'to pile on' which means to add to a collection of x... x could be arguments, theories, ideas or whatever.

In this context throw something onto the pile I would think it's to add another reason in favor of the argument:

I don't want to go because it's cold and boring - boy,

it's also far away - girl

I wasn't thinking that, no, but I'll gladly throw that onto the pile. - boy

Example sentences using "Pile"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pile up,collect.
A: The pronunciation is right.

If I don't do laundry, they pile up and it would be harder to wash so many.

My paperwork piled up because I work slowly.

Mom came to collect my toys.

I collect old coins and antique pots.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pile.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with pile up.
A: "The work just seemed to pile up on me."
"All of these tasks were beginning to pile up when I started to put them off"
Q: Please show me example sentences with a pile of.
A: @Ri-na れえいぶん:

I don't have a pile of money.
There was a pile of unopened mail in the porch.
He always had a pile of clothes on the floor by his bed.

Synonyms of "Pile" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between piled, piled up, heaped, heaped up, stacked and stacked up ?
A: Generalmente son intercámbiales con diferencias muy minutos por ejemplo:
Traffic bills and mail pile up.
You can “heap” blame on someone.
You can be in a “heap” of trouble
You can stack books,and money of course.
Q: What is the difference between pile and tuft and heap and bundle ?
A: A “pile” is usually when things are stacked on top of each other in an orderly and neat fashion.
e.g. “I placed my books in a pile on my desk.”

A “tuft” is usually a collection of a soft material such as hair or cotton.
e.g. “I found a tuft of my dog’s hair on the floor.”

A “heap” is when things are stacked on top of each other but in an unorganised, random way.
e.g. “I threw my clothes into a heap on the floor.”

A “bundle” is usually a group of a few items tied or fastened together. Bundles are often given to people as gifts.
e.g. “For Christmas, my friend bought me a bundle of books.”

Hope this helps :)
Q: What is the difference between pile and set and pack and bunch ?
A: Pile = things that are stacked up
Set = part of a group of things with similar characteristics
Pack = many things that are packed up in a container
Bunch = un undisclosed amount

I have a pile of reports to grade.
This is a set of even numbers.
I have a pack of cigarettes.
I have a bunch of things to do this week.
Q: What is the difference between pile and stack ?
A: 同じようなことばですけど、"stack" はみっと整頓だと思います。
Q: What is the difference between a pile of and a bunch of ?
A: Pile of leaves; pile of coins; pile of dirt. Bunch of grapes; bunch of carrots; bunch of flowers.

Translations of "Pile"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? what’s different between pile and stack
A: 不客气!,

These are also quite similar, an example sentence would be:

Her skin tingled with excitement.

The sound made her skin prickle with horror.

Tingle is used more to describe a positive sensation, and prickle a negative one.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pile up
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pile of shit
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pile ou face
A: Head or tail

Other questions about "Pile"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce pile up .
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Q: I'm swamped with a pile of paperwork. It's already seven o'clock, but I don't see a great progress on it. does this sound natural?
A: The first sentence is good.

The second one can be improved:
"It's already seven o'clock, but I haven't made much progress on it."
Q: What does "a pile of 〜" mean?
A: Usually "a large amount of ~" is a good way to think about it for abstract things, e.g. "I have a pile of work to do."
For physical objects, it could also refer to a literal mound, or heap of an object. For example: "The construction workers dug a big hole and left a pile of dirt in the street."
Q: there are a pile of books I bought and not have taken in hand yet in my room. does this sound natural?
A: @imarle どうぞよろしくお願いしまーす
Q: I have a pile of work but I slept all day.im reflecting up it. I can't sleep tonight because I have to write proposal by 10th noon. does this sound natural?
A: " I have a pile of work but I was sleeping all day. I'm reflecting on that now. I can't sleep tonight because I have to write a proposal....(from here on, I don't understand)

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