What Is a Pile Driver?

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Pile driver is a mechanical tool that is used to drive pile in a foundation of the ground. The pile driver uses heavy weight that is often lifted using steam, diesel or hydraulics. The pile is then allowed to fall down under gravity that is within the vertical guides.
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pile driver
NOUN
1.
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.
2.
a person who operates such a machine.
3.
a person who hits or attacks forcefully or powerfully.
4.
Wrestling. a move whereby an opponent is turned upside down and slammed headfirst to the mat.
5.
British Sports. a powerful stroke, hit, kick, etc.
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A pile driver is a mechanical device that is used to put the piles in the ground that is used for the support of foundations of buildings and other structures
A piledriver is a move used in professional wrestling. A wrester will grab another wrestler, turn him upside down and then drop him on his head. The move isn't really used any more because it is too dangerous.
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