Drive the dog away.
Drive them away.
No. I′ll drive .
Don′t drink and drive .
Don′t drive too fast.
It′s about one hour′s drive .
Of course, an alternative view might be (that)it′s not easy to persuade people to drive less and walk more.
How old do you have to be to drive ?
The enemy drive towards the town seemed checked.
Electrotechnical terminology--Electric drive and its automatic control
A more balanced approach for the future is to see Chinese consumers dipping into more of the savings today to spend to drive demand
Relax. It won′t take a minute to drive you there.
In our efforts to carry out the reform, opening up and the modernization drive , we should proceed from the actual situation of being in a primary stage of socialism and take our won road.
Yes, I will, but you should drive carefully.
Specifications for drive rivets
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Check that the drive cables are correctly connected.
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The general principles of economical operation for fans (pumps,compressors)system of alternating-current electric drive
Why don′t we drive ?
drive bushing,Kelly,for well-drilling machines
For goodness′ sake, don′t drive so fast.
I′m afraid I can′t let you drive the truck.
The horse switched his tail to drive off the flies.
if we have no energy and drive , we cannot break a new path, a good path, or accomplish anything new.
The car pulled into the drive-way.
People like that just drive me up a wall!
You must learn to drive a car.
Where did you learn how to drive .
You mentioned Jack Carson just now. Well, he′s very quick at learning how to drive .
‘insert the disk into _drive_ A’
‘Do not leave portable media such as CDs or floppy disks in _drives_ .’
2.(in a car with automatic transmission) the position of the gear selector in which the car will move forward, changing gears automatically as required.
‘he threw the car into _drive_ ’
‘When she was in the road, she put the shift into _drive_ and _drove_ forward.’
3.(in ball games) a forceful stroke made with a free swing of the bat, racket, or foot against the ball.
‘a hard _drive_ to left field’
‘Cook’s forceful mis-hit _drive_ looked bound for the winning boundary, but Chris Turner took a superb, tumbling catch.’
4.A short road leading from a public road to a house or other building.
‘from the window he could see right down the weedy _drive_ to the front gate’
‘He was walking up the _drive_ , and almost instantly, I knew that something wasn’t right.’
5.A shot from the tee.
‘Greg hit a good _drive_ at the 18th’
‘Should you hit a bad shot on that first _drive_ down the fairway, tee up another ball and try again.’
6.A street or road.
‘Hammond _Drive_ ’
‘If, as we are led to believe, that child safety is the prime reason for the changes here in St Paul’s _Drive_ I wonder if someone could explain the absence of a safe crossing.’
7.A trip or journey in a car.
‘they went for a _drive_ in the country’
‘He likes to hike and take long _drives_ on country roads with his wife to see what new place he’ll discover and what new acquaintances he’ll make.’
8.An act of driving a group of animals to a particular destination.
‘cattle were no longer taken on long _drives_ , but were delivered by rail’
‘He left home in 1867 hoping to join a cattle _drive_ going north.’
9.An innate, biologically determined urge to attain a goal or satisfy a need.
‘emotional and sexual _drives_ ’
‘Forbidden sexual feelings, destructive or violent impulses, bodily instincts and _drives_ were hidden there - or repressed, as Freud called it.’
10.An organized effort by a number of people to achieve a purpose.
‘a recruitment _drive_ by the police’
‘The decision to hand over the cash directly to the trust is part of the Government’s _drive_ to give power back to those at the sharp end.’
11.An organized gathering to play whist or another game, involving many players.
‘a whist _drive_ ’
‘She attended the whist _drive_ in Ballinrobe every Wednesday night and was a very astute player.’
12.Determination and ambition to achieve something.
‘his _drive_ helped Leeds to four Cup finals’
‘Terri showed a determination and _drive_ from childhood that was to see her through difficult periods of her life.’
13.The transmission of power to machinery or to the wheels of a motor vehicle.
‘he experimented with chain _drive_ to run the propeller’
‘This totally new machine features three major improvements: power steering, hydrostatic _drive_ to rear wheels, and an electric clutch for turning on all three cutting units at once.’
1.(in ball games) hit or kick (the ball) hard with a free swing of the bat, racket, or foot.
‘from the free kick Owen _drove_ the ball past the keeper’
‘Guiel, a left-handed batter, has a compact, efficient swing and can _drive_ the ball with power.’
2.(of a device) power or operate (another device)
‘the interface can be used to _drive_ a printer’
‘The device is _driven_ by Sony’s own 123MHz ARM-compatible CPU, the Handheld Engine.’
3.(of a fact or feeling) compel (someone) to act in a particular way, especially one that is considered undesirable or inappropriate.
‘he was _driven_ by ambition’
‘some people are _driven_ to murder their tormentors’
4.(of a motor vehicle) travel under the control of a driver.
‘a car _drives_ up, and a man gets out’
‘a stream of black cars _drove_ by’
5.(of a source of power) provide the energy to set and keep (an engine or piece of machinery) in motion.
‘turbines _driven_ by steam’
‘The wind turbine _drives_ the pump at varying speeds, pumping more in high winds than in low winds.’
6.(of wind, rain, or snow) move or fall with great force.
‘the snow _drove_ against him’
‘Rain _drove_ in great sheets across the bow as the ship struggled to drop anchor in the outer harbor.’
7.Be licensed or competent to drive a motor vehicle.
‘I take it you can _drive_ ?’
‘There are quite a few elderly people in the village who don’t _drive_ .’
8.Bore (a tunnel)
‘an engineer suggested _driving_ a tunnel through the Judean hills’
‘At the Daly mine they observed work in progress on the tunnel being _driven_ about forty metres below the old workings.’
9.Bring (someone) forcibly into a specified negative state.
‘the thought _drove_ him to despair’
‘my laziness _drives_ my wife crazy’
10.Cause (something abstract) to happen or develop.
‘the consumer has been _driving_ the economy for a number of years’
‘we need to allow market forces to _drive_ growth in the telecommunications sector’
11.Compel to leave.
‘troops _drove_ out the demonstrators’
‘he wanted to _drive_ me away’
12.Convey (someone) in a vehicle, especially a private car.
‘his wife _drove_ him to Regent’s Park’
‘Later that morning Akbay went to Tastan’s house in a Honda and then _drove_ him to a lay-by in Faversham.’
13.Force (a stake or nail) into place by hitting or pushing it.
‘nails are _driven_ through the boards’
‘Where the two diagonal strings cross, _drive_ a stake into the ground to mark the position of the center footing.’
14.Force (someone) to work to an excessive extent.
‘you’re _driving_ yourself too hard’
‘Churchill _drove_ himself hard but _drove_ his subordinates harder, for they had to fit into the rhythm of his working day.’
15.Operate and control the direction and speed of a motor vehicle.
‘he got into his car and _drove_ off’
‘they _drove_ back into town’
16.Own or use (a specified type of car)
‘Sue _drives_ an estate car’
‘The government is all to quick to penalise motorists for _driving_ a car which is not in a safe condition.’
17.Propel or carry along by force in a specified direction.
‘the wind will _drive_ you onshore’
‘Attempts to re-light the boiler failed, and now the vessel was in real trouble; drifting, powerless, pitching and rolling, _driven_ by wind and tide towards a sandbank in the dark.’
18.Strike (a ball) from the tee, typically with a driver.
‘I’m _driving_ the ball really well and my irons are good’
‘Wie, who can _drive_ a golf ball 300 + yards, would play from the men’s tees at these events.’
19.Urge or force (animals or people) to move in a specified direction.
‘they _drove_ a flock of sheep through the centre of the city’
‘the French infantry were _driven_ back’
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