The Dile was an American automobile manufactured in Reading, Pennsylvania from 1914 until 1916. Marketed as "distinctively individual", it sold for $485.
"Dile" ( English: "Tell Him") is the second single from Don Omar's debut album, The Last Don (2003). It was released airplay in May 2004, and released in iTunes on July 25, 2005 along with the track " Intocable".
"Dile" ( English: Tell Her) is a song by Puerto Rican reggaetón recording artist Ivy Queen, from her fourth studio album, Real (2004). It was composed by Queen, produced by DJ Nelson and Noriega and released as the lead single from the album on via Airplay in November 2004. The musical style as well as the lyrical content is very similar to the song released by Don Omar by the same name, the same year.
There is an music video associated with the song released along with two other music videos by Queen: "Dale Volumen" and "Matando" both from the album Real. The song was able to peak at number eight on the Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay chart, earning Ivy Queen an 2004 Latin Billboard Music Award nomination for "Tropical/Salsa Airplay Track, Female". The song, along with the album, was re-released in 2007 under Machete Music.
Dile may refer to:
- Dile (automobile), an American automobile manufactured in Reading, Pennsylvania
- "Dile" (Don Omar song), 2004
- "Dile" (Ivy Queen song), '2004
- "Dile" (Lynda song), 1997