stack

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yığın

Odanın köşesinde bir gazete yığını vardı. - There was a stack of newspapers in the corner of the room.

Tom'un masasında bir yığın çizgi roman var. - There's a stack of comic books on Tom's desk.

Ek Bellek
{f} yığmak
{f} çatmak (tüfekleri)
{f} istif etmek
(Bilgisayar) yığınla
çatmak
{i} (üst üste konulmuş şeylerin oluşturduğu)
yiğit
{i} baca
çatı
yığınlamak
sap
demet
bolluk
{f} yüklemek
istif

Tom kutuları dikkatle istifliyor. - Tom is carefully stacking the boxes.

Mutfak sandalyeleri istiflenebilir değil. - The kitchen chairs aren't stackable.

muntazam yığın
büyük yığın
saman veya ot kümesi, tınaz, istif
kitap rafları (özellikle büyük kütüphanelerde)
{i} çatılmış bir grup (silah), çatı: a stack of rifles bir tüfek çatısı
Destek Bellek
{i} tüfek çatısı
kitap rafları k
{f} daireler çizerek uçmak
{f} kümelemek
{i} egzoz
{i} ortak anten
(Askeri) İSTİF YAPMAK: İkmal maddelerini muntazam ve toplu bir şekilde tertiplemek
{i} küme
engeller karşısında
have the cards stacked against one güç bir durumda olmak
{i} kitap rafı
saman veya ot kümesi
{i} tınaz
demet,v.yığ: n.yığın
dizi
ekin yığını
dokurcun
yığıt
deste

Tom makbuz destesini çekmeceye koydu. - Tom put the stack of receipts into the drawer.

stack arms
tüfek çatmak
stack fault
(Bilgisayar) yığın hatası
stack machine
yığıt makinası
stack memory
yığıt bellek
stack overflow
(Bilgisayar) yığın doldu
stack pointer
küme göstericisi
stack pointer
yığıt işaretçisi
stack segment
(Bilgisayar) yığıt bölütü
stack of
yığını
stack pointer
yığın gösterici
stack the cards
oyun kâğıtlarını hile ile düzenlemek
stack up
düzenli yığ
stack base
(Bilgisayar) Yığın bankası
stack level
yığını düzeyinde
stack overflow
yığın taşması
stack pointer
yığın-gösterici
stack room service
oda servisi yığını
stack the cards
(deyim) Oyunda hile için kağıt/kart dizmek
stack the deck
güverte yığını
stack the deck
(deyim) Dolap çevirmek

They stacked the deck against him.

stack the deck
(deyim) Entrika çevirmek, komplo kurmak
stack trace
sinyal yığma
stack up
(işler) gitmek: "That's how things stack up today. - Bugün işler böyle."
stack up
(trafik) tıkanıp durmak
stack up
biriktirecek
stack up
(against ile) karşılaştırıp sonuç çıkarmak: "How does this brand of soap stack up against that öne? - Bu marka sabun o markaya göre nasıl?"
stack up wood
tahta yığını
stack and scale to
(Bilgisayar) yığınla ve ölçekle
stack arms
(Askeri) TÜFEK ÇAT !: Bu hareketin yapılması için verilen komut
stack bypass
(Bilgisayar) yığın atla
stack cover
baca fistanı
stack detector
dizilme detektörü
stack dump
(Bilgisayar) yığın dökümü
stack effluents
(Çevre) baca atıkları
stack machine
yi¤it makinasi
stack memory
yi¤it bellek
stack of forms
(Bilgisayar) form yığını
stack scale
(Bilgisayar) yığınlama ölçeği
stack structure
(Telekom) yığma yapı
stack the cards
kartları ayarlamak
stack the cards
kâğıtları dizmek
stack the cards against smb
kartları aleyhine dizmek
stack the deck
zar tutmak
stack type sifter
(Gıda) katlı tip elek
stack underflow
(Bilgisayar) yığın boş
stack up
{k} (işler) ... gitmek: That's how things stack up today. Bugün işler böyle. 3
stack up
{k} yığılmak; birikmek
stack wax
gevşek mum
stack#up
düzenli yığ
storey of stack room
katlı oda yığını
stacking
{i} istif

Tom bütün sabahı yakacak odun istifleyerek geçirdi. - Tom spent all morning stacking firewood.

Tom kutuları dikkatle istifliyor. - Tom is carefully stacking the boxes.

blow one's lid/stack
(Argo) çılgına dönmek
stack up
düzenli yığmak
stacked
yığın
stacked
yığılı
stacked
istifli
vent stack
havalık
vent stack
hava borusu
blow one's stack
özünden geçmek
blow one's stack
özünü kaybetmek
blow ones stack
öfkelenmek
control stack
denetim yığını
push down stack
aşağı itmeli yığın
push pop stack
it çek yığın
stacked
{f} yığ

Tom kutuları duvarın önüne yığdı. - Tom stacked the boxes up against the wall.

Onları duvarın dibine yığmış olmalı. - He must have stacked them up against the wall.

stacker
istifçi
stacker
yığıcı
blow one's top, stack
tepesi atmak
paper stack
kağıt yığınının
push pop stack
it-çek yığın
rectifier stack
dogrultucu grubu
short stack
kısa yığını
stacked
istif edilmiş
stacking
istiflenme
vertical stack
yığını dikey
blow one's stack
öfkelenmek
blow one's stack
sinirlenmek
blow one's stack
tepesi atmak
blow one's top/stack
{k} tepesi atmak, parlamak
center stack
(Otomotiv) orta konsol
center stack
(Otomotiv) merkezi küme
chimney stack
{i} baca
chimney stack
{i} çok delikli baca
chimney stack
fabrika bacası
chimney stack
(İnşaat) baca fabrikası
cross stack
(Askeri) ÇAPRAZ İSTİF: İstifin mukavemetini arttırmak için sandık veya benzeri ambalajları alttaki sırada bulunanlarla dikey açı teşkil edecek şekilde dizmek
exhaust stack
egzoz çıkış borusu
first in first out stack
ilk giren ilk cikar yigiti
last in first out stack
son giren ilk cikar yigiti
module hard stack
(Telekom) sert istif
module hard stack
(Telekom) sert yığın
module soft stack
(Telekom) gevşek istif
protocol stack
İletişim Kuralı Yığını
pushdown stack
son giren ilk cikar yigiti
pushout stack
ilk giren ilk cikar yigiti
rectifier stack
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) doğrultucu grubu
row stack
(Askeri) SIRA İSTİF: Kapalı depolamada duvardan, açık depolamada depolama sahasının kenarından ara yola doğru uzanan sıralardaki ikmal maddeleri istifi... ing bu istifleme sistemine verilen ad
smoke stack
(İnşaat) baca fabrikası
soft stack
(Telekom) gevşek yığıt
stacker
{i} istif yapan kimse
stacker
YIgICI
stacker
(Askeri) EL İSTİF MAKİNASI: İkmal maddelerinin, zeminden kaldırılmak suretiyle, elle istif edilmelerini sağlayan mekanik, portatif istif makinesi
stacking
(isim) istif
stacking
(Nükleer Bilimler) yığma
vent stack
(sıhhi tesisata ait) havalık, hava borusu
waste stack
pissu kolonu
İngilizce - İngilizce
A pile of similar objects, each directly on top of the last

Please bring me a chair from that stack in the corner.

A large pile of hay, grain, straw, or the like, larger at the bottom than the top, sometimes covered with thatch
A vertical drain pipe
A pile of wood containing 108 cubic feet. (~3 m³)
A portion of computer memory occupied by a stack data structure, particularly (the stack) that portion of main memory manipulated during machine language procedure call related instructions
To deliberately distort the composition of (an assembly, committee, etc.)

The Government was accused of stacking the parliamentary committee.

To take all the money another player currently has on the table

I won Jill's last $100 this hand; I stacked her!.

To arrange the cards in a deck in a particular manner

This is the third hand in a row you've drawn a four-of-a-kind. Someone is stacking the deck!.

To arrange in a stack, or to add to an existing stack

Please stack those chairs in the corner.

The amount of money a player has on the table
A linear data structure in which the last datum stored is the first retrieved; a LIFO queue
A fall or crash, a prang
A large amount of an object
A smokestack
Compactly spaced bookshelves used to house large collections of books
A pile of poles or wood, indefinite in quantity
A pile of rifles or muskets in a cone shape
A coastal landform, consisting of a large vertical column of rock in the sea
To fall or crash

Jim couldn't make it today as he stacked his car on the weekend.

an orderly pile arrange the order of so as to increase one's winning chances; "stack the deck of cards" arrange in stacks; "heap firewood around the fireplace"; "stack your books up on the shelves" load or cover with stacks; "stack a truck with boxes
{n} a large pile, rick, quantity, number
{v} pile up, pile up in ricks, stumble
the term for a seismic dataset that has been processed through the common midpoint or common reflection point stacking procedure The seismic acquisition program is usually designed to create redundant observations of the same subsurface targets Typically these redundant observations have different travel paths to the reflector, so are somewhat independent as far as noise content After correcting each individual observation or trace for differences in the length of the travel path, these independent observations may be added together to create a new trace that usually has a lower noise content than any of the individual traces AVO analysis of the seismic data must be done on un-stacked (pre-stack) data
the most basic combination of transducer and amplifying elements together forming a resonant body to be attached to (or including) a radiating surface or horn In some magnetostrictive transducers, the stack is a set of nickel laminations (shims) brazed at the ends and somemes at the midpoint and fastened to the front driver or horn
A common data structure in computing Data items are "popped" and "pushed" (stored and retrieved) from the top of the stack Stacks normally have a maximum size It is an error to push items onto a full stack, or pop items off an empty stack In TrueType *hinting, all *instructions pop their arguments from the stack, although this aspect of the language is hidden in many TrueType hinting editors - and in *TypeMan Talk For efficiency, hint assemblers and compilers typically push all the arguments for a glyph's instructions onto the stack at the beginning The stack's maximum size is stored in the *'maxp' table of a TrueType font
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
The place in the corner of the room where you pile unopened software manuals
Hence: Any single insulated and prominent structure, or upright pipe, which affords a conduit for smoke; as, the brick smokestack of a factory; the smokestack of a steam vessel
The funnel or "chimney" from which the ship's gasses of combustion are freed to the atmosphere
The shelves or bookcases on which the library's materials are stored The plural, stacks, is often used ("In the stacks on floor 3 ") See Also Rack, Range, Shelving
arrange the order of so as to increase one's winning chances; "stack the deck of cards"
a storage device that handles data so that the next item to be retrieved is the item most recently stored (LIFO)
If you say that the odds are stacked against someone, or that particular factors are stacked against them, you mean that they are unlikely to succeed in what they want to do because the conditions are not favourable. The odds are stacked against civilians getting a fair trial Everything seems to be stacked against us
A container holding a sequence of elements and allowing you to insert elements at one end of the sequence and delete elements from the same end of the sequence
Reserved area of memory where the processor saves the return address when a call instruction is received When a return instruction is encountered, the processor restores the current address on the stack to the program counter Data such as the contents of the registers can also be saved on the stack The push instruction places data on the stack and the pop instruction removes it An item is pushed onto the stack by decrementing the stack pointer (SP) by 2 and writing the item at the SP address In other words, the stack grows downward in memory
{f} place one thing on top of another in a heap, pile
A large pile of hay, grain, straw, or the like, usually of a nearly conical form, but sometimes rectangular or oblong, contracted at the top to a point or ridge, and sometimes covered with thatch
Coastal landform. A large vertical column of rock in the sea
A contiguous array of bytes in the address space that grows from low addresses to high addresses It consists of contiguous frames, one frame for each active procedure i960 architecture defines three stacks: local, supervisor and interrupt
If you stack a number of things, you arrange them in neat piles. Mme Cathiard was stacking the clean bottles in crates They are stacked neatly in piles of three. Stack up means the same as stack. He ordered them to stack up pillows behind his back. plates of delicious food stacked up on the counters
arrange in stacks; "heap firewood around the fireplace"; "stack your books up on the shelves"
To lay in a conical or other pile; to make into a large pile; as, to stack hay, cornstalks, or grain; to stack or place wood
When a blind is in its closed position, the area taken up by the fabric/slats etc is the stack The smaller the stack, the more preferable, as the blind appears neater and obscures less of the view
A portion of memory in a computer occupied by a stack data structure, particularly (the stack) that portion of main memory manipulated during machine language procedure call related instructions
A number of flues embodied in one structure, rising above the roof
To place one or more objects or material in the form of a stack or on an existing stack
(1) A data structure that provides a dynamic, sequential data list that can be accessed from either end; a last-in, first-out (push down, pop up) stack is accessed from just one end (2) A dynamic area of memory used to hold information temporarily; a push/pop method of adding and retrieving information is used (3) A portion of computer memory and/or registers used to hold information temporarily The stack consists of stack frames that hold return locations for called routines, routine arguments, local variables, and saved registers
If you say that someone has stacks of something, you mean that they have a lot of it. If the job's that good, you'll have stacks of money
an area of memory used to implement a data structure that follows the last in, first out method of access In most cases, the stack is used by the processor to keep track of subroutine calls and returns
an orderly pile
A dynamic, sequential data list usually contained in the computer system's main memory It has special provisions to access data from either end Storage and retrieval of data from the stack is performed automatically by the CPU
An offensive alignment in which two players set up in a low post position one side of the lane and a third player is in the low post on the other side Most commonly used for throw-ins from behind the baseline
A data structure in which new elements are added to and removed from the top of the structure A stack is characterized by last-in, first-out (LIFO) behavior
A pile of wood containing 108 cubic feet
To place the rope in an orderly pile such that the end tied to the leader is on top This helps to keep the rope free of knots and kinks so that it will feed smoothly
The shelves on which the library's materials are stored The plural, stacks, is often used See also Range, Shelving
In network parlance, a stack is a set of layered programs, each of which talks to the ones above and below it Below is an illustration of the most common kind of network stack, showing how an application program talks through the stack to the low-level network
A block of memory used by programs for temporary storage of variables It is a LIFO (Last In First Out) buffer and is not randomly addressed Variables are "Pushed" onto the stack and "Poped" back from the stack
an orderly pile arrange the order of so as to increase one's winning chances; "stack the deck of cards"
NB Obsolete Use [/vbox /left [A1 , An]] instead [/stack [A1 An]], the elements A1 thru An are stacked one above another and left aligned
{i} heap; tall bookshelf; chimney; (Computers) area in memory where information can be stored and then retrieved in the reverse order; (Internet) layers of the open system interconnection used to transfer information
load or cover with stacks; "stack a truck with boxes"
A section of RAM which is used to store temporary data A stack is a last-in-first-out (LIFO) structure
a large tall chimney through which combustion gases and smoke can be evacuated
a list in which the next item to be removed is the item most recently stored (LIFO)
A pile of wood containing 108 cubic feet. (~3 m³)
—An area of program memory used to store local program variables, method parameters, and return values In NET languages, value types are allocated on the stack See Heap
region of memory in which programs store status data, such as function call return addresses, passed parameters, and sometimes local variables The program, microprocessor and operating system can all maintain one or more separate stacks
A stack of things is a pile of them. There were stacks of books on the bedside table and floor
If someone in authority stacks an organization or body, they fill it with their own supporters so that the decisions it makes will be the ones they want it to make. They said they were going to stack the court with anti-abortion judges = pack see also stacked, chimney stack
stack trace
A hierarchical trace of the function calls made by a program, used in debugging
stack traces
plural form of stack trace
stack z's
To sleep; to be asleep
stack overflow
(Bilgisayar) In software, a stack overflow occurs when too much memory is used on the call stack. The call stack contains a limited amount of memory, often determined at the start of the program. The size of the call stack depends on many factors, including the programming language, machine architecture, multi-threading, and amount of available memory. When a program attempts to use more space than is available on the call stack (that is, when it attempts to access memory beyond the call stack's bounds, which is essentially a buffer overflow), the stack is said to overflow, typically resulting in a program crash
stack the cards
(deyim) Arrange something in a dishonest way in order to achieve the result you want
stack the deck
(deyim) Arrange something in a dishonest way in order to achieve the result you want
stack the deck
(deyim) Arrange things against someone or something. (Originally from card playing; stacking the deck is to cheat by arranging the cards to be dealt out to one's advantage.)

1. I can't get ahead at my office. Someone has stacked the cards against me. 2. Do you really think that someone has stacked the deck? Isn't it just fate?.

stack the deck
(deyim) Arrange cards or a pack of cards so as to cheat: He stacked the deck and won every hand
stack the deck
(deyim) Manipulate events, information, etc., esp. unethically, in order to achieve an advantage or desired result
stack of arms
accumulation of rifles, supply of weapons
stack of bones
{i} pile of bones
stack the cards
arrange cards in a specific order; obtain advantages in advance through shrewdness
stack up
see stack 2
stack up
If you ask how one person or thing stacks up against other people or things, you are asking how the one compares with the others. How does this final presidential debate stack up and compare to the others, do you think? = compare
stack up
arrange into piles or stacks; "She piled up her books in my living room"
stack up
If facts or figures do not stack up, they do not make sense or give the results you expect. There have been a number of explanations, but none of them stack up
stack up
pile up; compare with; measure up
stack up against
be piled against, be heaped against
stack vent
A vertical outlet in a built-up roof system designed to relieve the pressure exerted by moisture vapor between the roof membrane and the vapor retarder or deck
call stack
A stack that stores details of the functions called by a program in sequence, so that each function can return on completion to the code that called it
chimney stack
A vertical structure, normally of brick, rising from a roof, containing multiple flues, each one terminating in a chimney pot
deep stack
A player who has a large amount of money relative to the stakes being played
deep stack
An amount of money that is large relative to the stakes being played
short stack
Two pancakes one on top of the other, as opposed to a stack of three
short stack
A relatively small amount of chips relative to the stakes
short stack
An amount of chips which is far less than the average in the tournament
short stack
A player who is in possession of a short stack
smash the stack
To corrupt the call stack, causing execution to jump to a random address, sometimes used as a malicious attack on a system

which in turn smashed the stack with a new return address that the author hoped would point into the buffer and eventually hit the shellcode within it.

soil stack
A sanitation pipe that penetrates the roof used to vent toilet fixtures
stacked
Simple past tense and past participle of stack
stacked
Having large breasts

That girl at the party was really stacked.

stacker
A output bin in a document feeding or punch card machine (contrast with hopper)
stacker
A classic compression program from Stac Electronics in California, U.S.A
stacking
Sport stacking
stacking
A stacked arrangement of often aromatic molecules, adopted due to interatomic interactions
swear on a stack of Bibles
To make a promise or give one's assurance with great conviction

Says L.A. Times Managing Editor Frank McCulloch: I know it looks bad, but I'll swear on a stack of Bibles it's a sheer coincidence..

vent stack
A vertical pipe that provides ventilation to a building's drainage system
hay stack
{n} a mow of hay
Harry Stack Sullivan
born Feb. 21, 1892, Norwich, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 14, 1949, Paris, France U.S. psychiatrist. He engaged in clinical research at the Pratt Hospital in Maryland (1923-30), pursuing his interest in the use of psychotherapy to treat schizophrenia, which he viewed as stemming from disturbed interpersonal relationships in early childhood. He asserted that psychiatric symptoms arise out of conflicts between the individual and his human environment and that personality development likewise stems from a series of interactions with other people. He helped establish the William Alanson White Psychiatric Foundation (1933) and the Washington School of Psychiatry (1936), and he also founded (1938) and served as editor of the journal Psychiatry. His works include The Interpersonal Theory of Psychiatry (1953) and The Fusion of Psychiatry and Social Science (1964)
blow one's stack
{f} get very mad, explode in anger, get very angy
chimney stack
A chimney stack is the brick or stone part of a chimney that is above the roof of a building
chimney stack
{i} part of chimney which is located above the roof and has several ducts
short stack
A number of chips that is not very many compared to the other players at the table If you have $10 in front of you, and everybody else at the table has over $100, you are playing on a short stack
short stack
A short stack is a stack that's too small to cover the likely betting in a hand A player who has such a stack is said to be short-stacked This has advantages (e g , that you cannot be pressured to fold) and disadvantages (e g , that you cannot get maximum value from your winning hands) Asking whether or not this is a good thing over all is a good way to start an argument The phrase "short stack" can also refer to the players at a table (especially in no-limit or pot-limit play, often in a tournament) who have the least money in front of them After building up a big chip lead in the tourney, I proceeded to beat up on the short stacks
stacked
Bar Charts illustrate the value of both the total of each bar and the value of segments within each bar Each segment of a bar represents a different portion or sub-set of the total
stacked
Unfairly constructed, as a stacked deck of cards
stacked
Regular past or past participle of stack
stacked
Journal formats ads all in the front and/or back of publication with no advertisements in the editorial section
stacked
well or attractively formed with respect to physique
stacked
The body position in which the knees are directly over the ski bindings, the back is straight, and the skier's weight is centered over the skis
stacked
Applies to un- or underinsured motorists bodily injury coverage This will in effect multiply the amount of coverage an insured has Two stacked autos with limits of $50,000 per person/$100,000 per accident will provide coverage of $100,000 per person/$200,000 per accident
stacked
arranged in a stack
stacked
Windows that are mulled vertically, one above the other
stacked
Windows that are joined in a vertical plane, one above the other
stacked
If a place or surface is stacked with objects, it is filled with piles of them. Shops in Ho Chi Minh City are stacked with goods. Large-breasted. used to describe a woman with large breasts
stacked
A pressure system which shows up in the same general location on every height analysis or forecast chart This is an indication low pressure is weakening (filling) or a pressure system is stalling
stacked
A condition characterized by a shift in the binding of a book
stacker
A worker who stacks the shelves in a supermarket
stacker
It is that part of the equipment (card punch/card reader) that accepts those cards that have passed through the equipment
stacker
Mobile machine for unloading and stacking or decking logs using the forklift principle and curved top clamps (22)
stacker
A participant in sport stacking
stacker
a laborer who builds up a stack or pile
stacker
An automated device on which cut parts are stacked and shuttled out for easy operator removal Typically mounted to the knockout table
stacker
{i} one who piles objects on top of one another
stackers
plural of stacker
stacking
A practice used to make the boat more stable Sails and other moveable items on board are stacked on the windward side of the boat Stacking occurs each time the boat tacks or gybe
stacking
Application of the limits of more than one policy to a claim or loss Some courts have required stacking of limits when multiple policies cover an accident (occurrence)
stacking
Placing objects one on top of the other
stacking
The insured can claim a total of the amounts of underinsured motorist or coverage assigned to each vehicle in the policy
stacking
See: Stack
stacking
If more miniatures can crowd into an area than can physically fit within that spot on the tabletop, they may be said to be Stacked (The term is borrowed from boardgaming, in which cardboard chits can be literally stacked on top of one another ) Miniatures often can Stack within a building or courtyard
stacking
present participle of stack
stacking
the wall or window area required for draperies when they are completely opened
stacking
A rapid increase in draw weight in the last few inches of draw
stacking
Loading the kiln for maximum number of items with efficient distribution
stacking
from Stack
stacking
The practice of ignoring benefits payable under public pension plans in the design or selection of private pension plans When no attempt is made to integrate benefits from a public and a private pension plan, the two plans are said to be "stacked "
stacking
The wall or window area that's required for draperies when they are completely opened
stacks
The book shelves containing the principal book collection of the library
stacks
Stacks or stack area refer to the space in a library where the majority of library materials are shelved Stacks contain many rows of shelving units and may cover multiple floors of a library
stacks
The areas of the library where the books are shelved Here at Boston University, the stacks are open to students
stacks
The stacks are the part of the library which houses the physical collection Books and paperbacks are arranged alphabetically on shelves based on a classification system in the stacks
stacks
the collection of shelves on which books and journals are kept This also refers to the book stacks on Level 3 in the University Library
stacks
Area of a library where bookshelves are located
stacks
plural of stack
stacks
The shelves where books and bound periodicals are kept in call number order in the library Also called ranges
stacks
Book shelves containing the principal book collection of the library These are located downstairs and are open for browsing
stacks
The areas of Langsam Library where books and bound periodicals are shelved according to call number
stacks
A series of bookcases or sections of shelving, arranged in rows or ranges, for the storage of the library’s principal collection The stacks in the Rod Library are located on the third and fourth floors
stacks
Stacks or stack area refer to the space in a library where the majority of library materials are shelved Stacks may cover multiple floors of a library and contain many rows of shelving units
stacks
The collection of bookcases, shelves and other storage units containing a library's collection, both circulating (which can be taken out of the library) and non-circulating (which must be used in the library)
stacks
The area in the library where library materials are shelved
stacks
The area in which a series of bookcases or sections of shelving are arranged in rows or ranges and used for the storage of the library's collections
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third-person singular of stack
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The spaces in the library equipped with shelving for the storage of library materials In our online catalog, book stacks refer to the shelves where books are stored and periodical stacks refer to where newspapers, magazines and journals are stored
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Stacks or stack area refer to the space in the library where the majority of library materials are shelved Often the stacks contain many rows of shelving units
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The shelves that hold the Libraries’ books In the Auburn University Libraries, as in most American libraries, most of the stacks are "open;" that is, you may get books directly from the stacks You do not need to ask a librarian to get the books for you
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storage space consisting of an extensive arrangement of bookshelves in a library where most of the books are stored
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The series of shelves which contain the Libraries' collection of books and bound periodicals or journals Though the word stacks often refers to the top floor of the Libraries where the circulating books are kept, you will also find stacks in the reference and index area, the government publications area and on the periodicals floor
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The shelf areas in the library where materials are kept The Tisch Library has stacks on all three floors
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{i} area intended for the storage of information about the current program in DOS (Computers)
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The shelving units where library collections are stored
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Stacks or stack area refer to the space in a library where the majority of library materials are shelved Often the stacks are made up of multiple floors and contain many rows of shelving units
stacks
A series of bookcases, usually double-faced, arranged to hold the book collection in the library
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The area of the library where the circulating books are shelved
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A series of bookcases or sections of shelving arranged in rows or ranges to hold the library’s books, PERIODICALs, GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS, etc At O’Neill Library the reference shelves and current PERIODICAL shelves are on the third floor At Boston College, as in most American libraries, the STACKS are "open," that is, you may retrieve books directly from the STACKS You do not need to ask a librarian to get the books for you
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a large number or amount; "made lots of new friends"; "she amassed a mountain of newspapers"
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The shelves that hold the books and bound periodicals
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