Morris 大大 :
hello Morris 大大您好:
- 6 年前最佳解答
They are different..you can use those phrases below...but it means different things
a stack of something -- a stack of money
a pile of something -- a pile of money
it is a stack pile of something -- a stack pile of money ( includes lots of stacks of money in a pile )
A picture is more than thousand words.
a stack of money
a pile of money
a stack pile of money
2014-10-24 20:03:26 補充：
Strictly speaking, Yes. But a stack can be messy too.
However, if you want to compare those two in terms of messiness, you can say a pile usually is messier than a stack. However, you may also hear people say a messy stack of something, and a neat pile of something.
2014-10-24 20:04:11 補充：
It is 7:03 AM here in the USA...i will explain more later....let me get ready for work. :-)
2014-10-25 06:03:29 補充：
when to use "pile"
dust/dirt, wood logs, books, leaves, money, corpses, clothes,bricks
When to use "stack"
hay, wood logs, books, chimney,bricks,cargo
Another word to use for messy or unorderly piles or stacks would be heaps
stones, books, dirty clothes
2014-10-25 11:52:17 補充：
The pleasure is mine...no need to call me "teacher"...just a businessman here...I was just glad I was able to help..anyhoo..have a great weekend!