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Noun
A large number of people, animals or things
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“Near the gates to Bono's home sat a drove of fans, who, when the taxi waited for the gates to open, ran up to the window.”
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A road or track along which livestock are (or historically were) regularly driven
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A great number or amount of something
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To have been persuaded based on available information
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“My past failures would actually drive me to work harder.”
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To have caused someone to do something, usually against their inclinations
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“Lobby groups would drive us to change our political position.”
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To direct or steer a group of animals or people
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To have physically guided a person or animal
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To have used as a route or means of transport
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Past tense for to operate and control the direction and speed of a motor vehicle
“Faced with the prospect of incarceration, Thelma and Louise would drive their car off a cliff into the Grand Canyon.”
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Past tense for to urge or push inward through force
“A hammer strong enough to drive a nail into a wall must also be capable of crushing your thumb.”
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Past tense for to transport or be transported in a vehicle
“There was a chauffeur available to drive us around during our business trip.”
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Past tense for to travel by automobile, usually a car
“We decided to drive along the coast to our destination.”
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Past tense for to impel or force someone towards work or exertion
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“Our basketball coach used to drive us really hard during training.”
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Past tense for to move past at a great speed, usually in a vehicle
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“An erratic car would suddenly drive past us at almost twice the speed limit.”
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Past tense for to exert force or pressure on
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Past tense for to navigate or pilot a vehicle or vessel
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Past tense for to hasten the progress of or make easier
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Past tense for to puncture or pierce with a sharp, pointed object
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Past tense for to implant or ingrain, literally or into one's consciousness
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Past tense for to move somewhere in a slow and steady way
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Past tense for to insert or introduce between or among others
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Past tense for to handle or operate something
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Past tense for to change, progress, or develop in a specified way
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Past tense for to (excessively) exert for a particular task, purpose or goal
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Past tense for to drive out from hiding or cover
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(of an automobile) Past tense for to have in one's possession for use
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Past tense for to drive a motor vehicle in order to evaluate it, especially before potential purchase
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Past tense for to direct one's attention or focus on a particular object or activity
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Past tense for to place, fit, or push (something) into something else
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Past tense for to pack into a small space, typically with force
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Past tense for to go on a voyage or journey
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Past tense for to insert beneath a surface
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Past tense for to campaign or advocate on an issue or for change, typically politically
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Past tense for to strike or propel, usually forcibly, with the foot
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Past tense for to drive away, or cause to go in a specified direction
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Past tense for to throw or launch something in a given direction
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Past tense for to assemble or congregate in one place or as a group
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Past tense for to draw out or empty a space or container
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Past tense for to campaign to arouse public concern and action about an issue
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Past tense for to move, demolish, or flatten with a bulldozer
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Past tense for travel some distance between one's home and place of work on a regular basis
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Past tense for to cover completely with water
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Past tense for pursue or approach stealthily
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Past tense for to affix or impress a pattern or mark on a surface, object, document, or figuratively in one's mind
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Past tense for to move around or sideways unsteadily
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Past tense for to move through the water in a boat using a paddle or paddles
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