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N-COUNT 一堆;一叠 A stack of things is a pile of them.
There were stacks of books on the bedside table and floor.
VERB 将…码放整齐 If you stack a number of things, you arrange them in neat piles.
Mme Cathiard was stacking the clean bottles in crates...
They are stacked neatly in piles of three.
它们每 3 个一组被整齐地码放在一起。
N-PLURAL 一大堆;许多 If you say that someone has stacks of something, you mean that they have a lot of it.
If the job's that good, you'll have stacks of money.
VERB 在(某组织机构中)安插(对自己有利的人员) If someone in authority stacks an organization or body, they fill it with their own supporters so that the decisions it makes will be the ones they want it to make.
They said they were going to stack the court with anti-abortion judges...
The committee is stacked with members from energy-producing states.
PHRASE 情况对…不利 If you say that the odds are stacked against someone, or that particular factors are stacked against them, you mean that they are unlikely to succeed in what they want to do because the conditions are not favourable.
The odds are stacked against civilians getting a fair trial...
Everything seems to be stacked against us.