Synonyms of stack in English:

stack


See definition of stack

noun

1‘a stack of boxes’

SYNONYMS
heap, pile, mound, mountain, pyramid, mass, store, stockpile, hoard, load, tower, drift, clamp, hack
North American cold deck
Scottish, Irish, Northern English rickle
Scottish bing

2‘a good stack of hay’

SYNONYMS
haystack, rick, hayrick, stook, mow, haymow, barleymow
rare ruck, shock, cock

3‘there's a stack of cinemas in Leicester Square’

SYNONYMS
a great deal, a lot, a great amount, a large amount, a large quantity, quantities, plenty, abundance, superabundance, plethora, cornucopia, a wealth, profusion, a mountain, reams
informal lots, load, loads, heap, heaps, mass, masses, pile, piles, ocean, oceans, oodles, ton, tons
British informal lashings, shedload
North American informal slew, gobs, scads
Australian, New Zealand informal swag
vulgar slang shitload
North American vulgar slang assload
ANTONYMS

few, little

4‘the main stack belches out clouds of black smoke’

SYNONYMS
chimney, factory chimney, chimney stack, smokestack, funnel, exhaust pipe

5‘Devil's Chimney is actually a sea stack’

SYNONYMS
pillar, column
tor, dome, plug, stalagmite
puy

verb

1‘Shirley began to stack the plates’

SYNONYMS
heap, heap up, pile, pile up, make a heap of, make a pile of, make a stack of
assemble, put together, collect, hoard, store, stockpile

2‘he spent most of the time stacking shelves’

SYNONYMS
load, fill, fill up, lade, pack, charge, stuff, cram
stock
ANTONYMS

empty