piler

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

pile +‎ -er

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Noun[edit]

piler (plural pilers)

  1. One who piles something
    • 2007 May 10, Penelope Green, “Order and Chaos in a Single Heartbeat”, New York Times:
      Houses and photography sets seem to work better, he said, if “I exert a system of precision.” Ms. Ford, 33, said she is by nature a piler and stacker but has learned to follow what she described good-naturedly as “the Charlie Code.”

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Verb[edit]

piler

  1. (cooking) to crush
  2. to slam on the brakes of a vehicle, making it come to a sudden stop.

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Latin[edit]

Verb[edit]

piler

  1. first-person singular present passive subjunctive of pilō

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Noun[edit]

piler m (oblique plural pilers, nominative singular pilers, nominative plural piler)

  1. pillar

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