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  • heap — 1. n. an old car. (See also load.) □ I’ve got to get my heap fixed up. □ Is this old heap yours? 2. n. any dilapidated thing or person. □ Marty is turning into a heap. □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • heap — n An old, beat up car. That old heap of his couldn t make it to the beach. 1950s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • heap´er — heap «heep», noun, verb. –n. 1. a pile of many things thrown or lying together: »a heap of stones, a sand heap. SYNONYM(S): mass, stack, accumulation. 2. Informal. a large amount; a lot; multitude: »a heap of trouble. It did me a heap of good to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Old St Paul's Cathedral — Old St Paul s redirects here. For other uses, see Old St. Paul s. Old St Paul s Cathedral Digital reconstruction giving an impression of Old St Paul s during the Middle Ages. The image is based on a model of the Cathedral in the Museum of London …   Wikipedia

  • heap — [hēp] n. [ME hepe, a troop, heap < OE heap, a troop, band, multitude, akin to Ger hauf(en), Du hoop < IE * keub < base * keu , bend, arch > HOP1, HIVE] 1. a pile, mass, or mound of things jumbled together 2. [often pl.] Informal a… …   English World dictionary

  • heap — ► NOUN 1) a pile of a substance or of a number of objects. 2) informal a large amount or number: heaps of room. 3) informal an untidy or dilapidated place or vehicle. ► VERB 1) put in or form a heap. 2) (heap with) load copiously with …   English terms dictionary

  • heap — heap1 [hi:p] n [: Old English;] 1.) a large untidy pile of things ▪ a rubbish heap heap of ▪ There was a heap of stones where the building used to be. in a heap ▪ The envelopes for posting lay in a heap on her desk. ▪ We piled the branches into… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • heap — /hip / (say heep) noun 1. an assemblage of things, lying one on another; a pile: a heap of stones. 2. (sometimes plural) Colloquial a great quantity or number; a multitude: a heap better; heaps further. 3. Colloquial something very old and… …   Australian English dictionary

  • heap — I. noun Etymology: Middle English heep, from Old English hēap; akin to Old High German houf heap Date: before 12th century 1. a collection of things thrown one on another ; pile 2. a great number or large quantity ; lot II. tr …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • heap — 1 noun (C) 1 a large untidy pile of things: a rubbish heap (+ of): heaps of dead leaves | in heaps: Dirty clothes lay in heaps on the floor. 2 heaps of informal a lot of something: Don t worry, we ve got heaps of time. 3 humorous an old car that… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • heap — 01. We have a compost [heap] in our backyard for kitchen and yard waste. 02. His dirty clothes lay in a [heap] on the floor in his bedroom. 03. Add one [heaping] tablespoon of sugar to the mixture once it has started to boil. 04. Add one [heaped] …   Grammatical examples in English

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