1. [late 19C] to cost, to amount to [SE pile up].
2. [late 19C+] usu. constr. with a prep., to move fast, e.g. pile off/on, pile in/out.
3. [1930s+] (US black/campus) to have sexual intercourse [one ‘makes a heap’].
4. [1970s] (US campus) to laze about [one ‘makes a heap’].
1. [late 19C] to attack verbally.
2. [late 19C+] to attack physically, to crash into, to get to work on, to take part in.
[late 19C+] (US) to end up (at), esp. of an evening out.
SE in slang uses
[1970s] (US) to boast, to lie.
1. [mid-19C–1900s] to perform an act with greater intensity.
2. [late 19C+] to charge a high price.