a machine for driving piles, usually composed of a tall framework in which either a weight is raised and dropped on a pile head or in which a steam hammer drives the pile.
a person who operates such a machine.
a person who hits or attacks forcefully or powerfully.
Wrestling. a move whereby an opponent is turned upside down and slammed headfirst to the mat.
British Sports. a powerful stroke, hit, kick, etc.
a machine that drives piles into the ground either by repeatedly allowing a heavy weight to fall on the head of the pile or by using a steam hammer
(informal) a forceful punch or kick
1772 in literal sense, from pile (n.2) + driver. Figurative sense of “very strong hit” is recorded from 1858.
noun 1. . noun 1. a pile, usually one of a group, set beside ferry slips, wharves, etc., to guide approaching vessels and driven so as to yield slightly when struck in order to lessen the shock of contact. noun 1. an upright, usually freestanding, pile driven into the sea bed or a riverbed beside […]
- Pile into
Move in a disorderly group into, crowd into, as in The team piled into the bus. The related expression pile in takes no object, as in Jack opened the car door and yelled, “Pile in!” [ First half of 1800s ]
- Pile of shit
[pahy-lee-uh-ley-tid, pil-ee-] /ˈpaɪ li əˌleɪ tɪd, ˈpɪl i-/ adjective 1. .