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Pile may refer to:
- Nuclear pile, early term for a nuclear reactor, typically one constructed of graphite
- Voltaic pile, first modern electric battery
Architecture and Civil Engineering
- Pile: type of deep foundation, massive pillar such as the bridge pier supporting an arch.
- Pile bridge, a structure that uses foundations consisting of long poles.
- Pile lighthouse, a type of skeletal lighthouse used primarily in Florida and Australia.
- Pile (abstract data type)
- An alternative to heap, e.g. a pile or heap of trash
- General Sir Frederick Alfred Pile, 2nd Baronet and a British Army officer who served in both World Wars.
- Alphonse de Fortia de Piles (1758-1826), duc de Fortia, governor and provost of Marseilles, in France.
- Robert Pilés (1952- ), a former French matador.
- Roger de Piles (1636-1709), French art theorist
- Les Piles, a commune in the comarca of Conca de Barberà, in the province of Tarragona, in Spain.
- Piles, a commune in the province of Valence, in Spain.
- Cinq-Mars-la-Pile, a commune of Indre-et-Loire, in Central Region of France
- Port-de-Piles, a commune in Centre-West in France.
- Grandes-Piles, municipality in Mékinac Regional County Municipality, in Mauricie, in province of Québec, Canada.
- Saint-Jean-des-Piles, Past-municipality and a sector Shawinigan City, in Québec, Canada
- Rivière des Piles, located in the city of Shawinigan, in Mauricie, in Québec, Canada
- Lac des Piles (Shawinigan), located in the city of Shawinigan, in Mauricie, in Québec, Canada
- Rubble pile, in astronomy, it is an object that is not a monolith, consisting instead of numerous pieces of rock that have coalesced under the influence of gravity.
- Pile, the voice actress of Maki Nishikino in Love Live! School Idol Project
- A common name for hemorrhoids
- Pile (heraldry), an ordinary in heraldry, a downward-pointing triangle
- Battery (or Pile), also known as Roman stack, stack Gallo-Roman funeral pile, is a monument in the late Roman period.
- Pile (textile), fabric with raised surface made of upright loops or strands of yarn
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