Definition Drive

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a drive: a trip in a car
To go for a drive To make a trip in a car for pleasure
It is a six-hour drive from San Francisco to Los Angeles. It takes 6 hours to get to there by car.

to drive: to travel in a car; to control (a vehicle's, an economy's) movement
This is an irregular verb:
I drive / I drove / I have driven

to drive (someone crazy): to make (someone crazy), to cause (someone to go crazy)
You are driving me crazy. You are making me very angry, annoyed.

(Rodeo) Drive: (Rodeo) Avenue, Street, Road


  • "I am writing to you from my countryside cottage in Yorkshire, where my forced retirement is driving me crazy."
  • "Mrs Brady drove on the wrong side of the road, and I was too scared to go surfing because they say there are many monsters in Cornwall."
  • "This is why I prefer driving drunk."
  • "Olaf : Come on driver, just drive faster!"
  • "We drive on the left"
  • "Olaf : Uh, Mr. Driving Man, I think we have arrived."
  • "3476 Minty Fresh Drive"
  • "1649 Berwick Drive"
  • "(Drive on the left)"
  • "3500 West Naples Drive"

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