[ pahyl-uhp ]
/ ˈpaɪlˌʌp /
a massive collision of several or many moving vehicles.
an accumulation, as of work, chores, or bills.
a rough or disorderly falling of people upon one another, as in a football game.
- pileolated warbler,
- pileous gland,
Origin of pileup
First recorded in 1825–35; noun use of verb phrase pile up
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