from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A output bin in a document feeding or punch card machine (contrast with hopper).
- n. A worker who stacks the shelves in a supermarket.
- n. A participant in sport stacking.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To stagger.
- To stammer.
- n. An attachment to a threshing-machine for raising and delivering the straw from the machine, either upon a wagon or upon a stack.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a laborer who builds up a stack or pile
Its got a far out swoopy look, but its also very practical in that it is a stacker you know, a stacker is a chair that nests so they can be stored stacked up.
You're officially a stack hack, otherwise known as a stacker.
In our analogy, the stacker is a process and the hands are threads.
A special variation of the Big Joe PDM straddle stacker which is built in Wisconsin Dells,
I'm a "stacker", which means that while I know the general vicinity of any given piece of paper, it must be culled from a heaping pile of similarly-group items before I can use it.
Other possible jobs: supermarket shelf stacker and cashier
And,and,and,and,all you can hope for,is some footage of a hapless berk of a shelf stacker,dumping a zillion bottles of zindfandel all over the floor of a convenience store.
Sad really, he had such a bright future as a shelf stacker in Selfridges.
Doug was a horizontal filer, and a stacker of things.
The gunk - 'the fluid' these people, if they were actually people, called it - started flowing and after having filled a dozen of the things I'd have given a sweet thing to be a cookie factory stacker again, you see.