Definition of piled-up in English:

piled-up

adjective

  • 1Laid in a pile or piles; heaped; = "piled".

  • 2Chiefly US. Crashed, wrecked.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Charlotte Smith (1749–1806), poet and novelist. From piled + up, after to pile up.

Pronunciation

piled-up

/ˌpʌɪldˈʌp/