How to Conjugate Pile Up
- Infinitive: Pile Up
- Present Tense: Pile Up/ Piles Up
- -ing Form: Piling Up
- Past Tense: Piled Up
- Past Participle: Piled Up
Definitions of Pile Up:
1. To put things in a pile or heap.
Examples: I need to do my laundry before it starts to pile up.
Every Fall, my father chops a lot of wood and piles it up in the basement.
2. When you accumulate more and more of something unpleasant.
[Noun] A traffic accident involving multiple vehicles that hit each other.
Examples: The bills have been piling up ever since Dave lost his job.
The work is really starting to pile up at the firm, so they hired a few temps.
[Noun] The news report said there is a five-car pile up in the left lane on I-5 North, and to avoid that route if possible.
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