Phrasal Verb 'Pile'

We have 7 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Pile'.

Pile in

Meaning: Enter a place quickly, in a disorganised way

Example: The coach stopped and we all PILED IN.

Pile into

Meaning: Enter a place quickly, in a disorganised way

Example: We PILED INTO the shop when it opened.

Pile on

Meaning: Add or give more or something

Example: Work's crazy- they keep PILING ON the pressure.

Pile on

Meaning: Exaggerate or talk in a way to affect someone's feelings

Example: It wasn't very serious, but they PILED ON the guilt.

Pile out

Meaning: Leave a place quickly, in a disorganised way

Example: The train eventually arrived and we all PILED OUT.

Pile up

Meaning: Accumulate

Example: Work just keeps on PILING UP and I really can't manage to get it all done.

Pile up

Meaning: Accumulate in a pile or heap

Example: The ironing's PILING UP as I hate doing it.