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Answered 2014-10-11 01:09:12

There is no standard collective noun for the noun 'files', in which case any noun that suits the context of the situation can be used, such as a pack of files, or a stack of files and a drawer of files.

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Collective noun of files

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Answered 2020-07-14 03:43:13

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