What is another word for stack up?

Pronunciation: [stˈak ˈʌp] (IPA)

Stack up is a common phrasal verb that means to accumulate or collect something in a pile or heap. There are many synonyms for this phrase such as pile up, amass, gather, hoard, accumulate, heap, and accrue. These terms are often interchangeable and can be used in various contexts. Similar to stack up, these words denote the action of accumulating an increasing amount of something, whether it is physical objects, data, or emotions. These synonyms can be used in different areas, including finance, sports, logistics, and even office talks. They serve as useful substitutes whenever one needs to describe the act of accumulating something in a pile.

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What are the hypernyms for Stack up?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for stack up?

Stack up is a term that describes a process in which objects are accumulated on top of one another to form a pile. Antonyms for stack up include scatter, disperse, and distribute. Scatter refers to the act of separating or spreading things over a wide area. Disperse is similar to scatter but implies a more intentional spreading or dissipation of something. Distribute refers to the act of giving out or sharing something among a number of people or things. These antonyms suggest a different process or outcome for objects than the upward accumulation implied by stack up.

Famous quotes with Stack up

  • Otherwise, my whole career has just been flinging myself at whatever is most overdue first and letting everything else stack up.
    Cathy Guisewite
  • And I had this big, long list of what I wanted in a guy but I realized I didn't stack up to the list myself.
    Star Jones
  • I haven't seen the show, but when it was finished I felt good about what we had done. I don't know how it will stack up with Survival, but that'll be up to the critics.
    Vic Morrow
  • For to be great, You will not flatter anyone. You’ll never cheat on someone. You will see the real purpose for the country and you will walk to that destination. Everyone will be against you. Everyone will try to turn you from your path. But you'll endure that. They will stack up infinite obstacles in front of you. You will pass over these obstacles by assuming yourself not big, but small, weak, unequipped, nothing and by being sure there will be no help from anyone. After that, if they say you “you're great", you'll just smile at them. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
    Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

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