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Noun
Plural for a trip or journey in a car
“The scheme is also within a few minutes' drive of the main motorway network and is close to a number of bus routes.”
Noun
Plural for an organized effort by a number of people to achieve a purpose
“It is currently in the process of renovating the plant and is conducting a membership drive to enable it to complete that renovation.”
Noun
Plural for determination and ambition to achieve something
“With such drive and enthusiasm, there's no telling how much this young athlete can achieve.”
Noun
Plural for an innate, biologically determined urge to attain a goal or satisfy a need
“A woman who reports low sexual drive may be satisfied with her situation.”
Noun
Plural for a short road leading from a public road to a house or other building
“He turned on his heel and left, walking down the drive and turning to head home.”
Noun
Plural for an organized gathering to play whist or another game, involving many players
“The whist drive in Kelly's on Saturday January 24th in aid of club funds was well supported.”
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Verb
Move or urge on
“I don't know the reason for this one and curiosity will drive me to find out shortly.”
Verb
Operate and control the direction and speed of a motor vehicle
“Each in a different car, they drive off in opposite directions after having embraced one last time.”
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To urge, push, or force onward
“Hence the decision of the union bureaucracy to drive a stake into the heart of the strike by pulling the pickets at one of the chains.”
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Propel or carry along by force in a specified direction
“The wind will drive you onshore.”
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To transport or be transported in a vehicle
“At Chelsea there was a chauffeur to drive the directors around because of problems with parking.”
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To transport or be transported in a vehicle
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“Amundsen also learned how to drive dog teams from Inuit he met.”
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(results in) To have as a consequence
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To be or to provide an advantage to
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