Learn how to say Pile correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word pile:
1a heap of things laid or lying one on top of another:
he placed the books in a neat pile
tottering piles of dirty dishes
informal a large amount of something:
he’s making piles of money
archaic a funeral pyre.
2a large imposing building or group of buildings:
a Victorian Gothic pile
3a series of plates of dissimilar metals laid one on another alternately to produce an electric current.
4 (also atomic pile) dated a nuclear reactor.
1 [with object and adverbial] place (things) one on top of the other:
she piled all the groceries on the counter
(be piled with) be stacked or loaded with:
his in tray was piled high with papers
(pile up/pile something up) increase or cause to increase in quantity:
the work is piling up
(pile something on) informal intensify or exaggerate something for effect:
you can pile on the guilt but my heart has turned to stone
2 [no object] (pile into/out of) (of a group of people) get into or out of (a vehicle) in a disorganized manner:
ten of us piled into the minibus
(pile into) (of a vehicle) crash into:
60 cars piled into each other on the M62