Stack against - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
stack something against someone or something
to make a pile of something that leans against someone or something. (See also stack the deck (against someone or something)
.) Watch what you are doing! Why are you stacking the books against me? They will fall when I move. stack the books against the wall.
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When closed, the panels stack against
each other; when open, they slide across the glass, weighted by bars set in their bases.
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