a supply of material, as a pile of gravel in road maintenance.
a large supply of some metal, chemical, food, etc., gathered and held in reserve for use during a shortage or during a period of higher prices.
a quantity, as of munitions or weapons, accumulated for possible future use.
verb (used with object), stockpiled, stockpiling.
to accumulate (material, goods, or the like) for future use; put or store in a stockpile.
verb (used without object), stockpiled, stockpiling.
to accumulate in a stockpile.
to acquire and store a large quantity of (something)
a large store or supply accumulated for future use


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