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Noun
A large number of people or things doing or undergoing the same thing
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“We have nearly worn a hole in the road attending the last named venue in light of the continuing absence in Craven of athletics facilities and now residents from Craven are going in droves to the swimming pools at Colne and Barnoldswick.”
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A herd or flock of animals being driven in a body
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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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The common people collectively or as a mass
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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 have physically guided a person or animal
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To direct or steer a group of people or animals
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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
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“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
“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 drive spiritually or urge someone on
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Past tense for to hasten the progress of or make easier
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Past tense for to plan or control the position and course of a vehicle according to a planned path
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Past tense for to move somewhere in a slow and steady way
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Past tense for to work arduously in pursuit of an aim or goal
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Past tense for draw or push out
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Past tense for to handle or operate something
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Past tense for to move or be carried by or as if by wind
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Past tense for to place into the ground or soil to grow
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Past tense for to change, progress, or develop in a specified way
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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 place or put between or among others
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Past tense for to wheel or roll, especially by pushing
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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 make a hole
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Past tense for to (cause to) separate and go in different directions
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Past tense for to force one's way through
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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 seek to influence (a legislator) on an issue
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Past tense for drive or cause to go in a specified direction
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Past tense for to pierce and make a hole or holes in
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Past tense for campaign to arouse public concern about an issue in the hope of prompting action
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Past tense for to transport (goods) in bulk by truck, train, ship, or aircraft
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Past tense for to move or push (someone or something) with great force
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Past tense for to move, demolish, or flatten with a bulldozer
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Past tense for to fasten with a nail or nails
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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 move through the water in a boat using a paddle or paddles
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Past tense for to crush into fine particles
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Past tense for to impress a pattern or mark on (a surface, object, or document) using an engraved or inked block or die
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Past tense for to move around or sideways unsteadily
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