pile bent[′pīl ‚bent]
A row of timber or concrete bearing piles with a pile cap forming that part of a trestle which carries the adjacent ends of timber stringers or concrete slabs.
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Piles which are driven in a row which is transverse to the long dimensions of a structure and which are fastened together by a pile cap and sometimes bracing.
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