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VERB 驾驶;开车 When you drive somewhere, you operate a car or other vehicle and control its movement and direction.
I drove into town and went to a restaurant for dinner...
He put the bags in the car and drove off...
VERB 驾车送(人) If you drive someone somewhere, you take them there in a car or other vehicle.
His daughter Carly drove him to the train station.
N-COUNT 驱车旅行;驾车路程 A drive is a journey in a car or other vehicle.
I thought we might go for a drive on Sunday.
N-COUNT (从马路通往住宅的宽阔)车道 A drive is a wide piece of hard ground, or sometimes a private road, that leads from the road to a person's house.
VERB 驱动;推动 If something drives a machine, it supplies the power that makes it work.
The current flows into electric motors that drive the wheels.
N-UNCOUNT 传动力;驱动力 Drive is the power supplied by the engine to particular wheels in a car or other vehicle to make the vehicle move.
He put the jeep in four-wheel drive and splashed up the slope.
N-COUNT （计算机的）驱动器 You use drive to refer to the mechanical part of a computer which reads the data on disks and tapes, or writes data onto them.
...equipment such as terminals, tape drives or printers.
VERB 击;打;敲;推 If you drive something such as a nail into something else, you push it in or hammer it in using a lot of effort.
I used a sledgehammer to drive the pegs into the ground...
I held it still and drove in a nail.
VERB 用力击(球);用力踢(球) In games such as cricket, golf, or football, if a player drives a ball somewhere, they kick or hit it there with a lot of force.
Armstrong drove the ball into the roof of the net.
N-COUNT (高尔夫球的)开球 In golf, a drive is the first stroke a player makes from the tee.
Woosnam sliced his drive into the bushes.
VERB (风、雨或雪朝某个方向)吹,卷,刮,冲 If the wind, rain, or snow drives in a particular direction, it moves with great force in that direction.
Rain drove against the window.
VERB 驱赶;驱逐;赶走 If you drive people or animals somewhere, you make them go to or from that place.
The last offensive drove thousands of people into Thailand...
Every summer the shepherds drive the sheep up to pasture...
VERB 迫使;逼迫 To drive someone into a particular state or situation means to force them into that state or situation.
The recession and hospital bills drove them into bankruptcy...
He nearly drove Elsie mad with his fussing.
VERB 驱使，迫使(某人做出极端的事情) The desire or feeling that drives a person to do something, especially something extreme, is the desire or feeling that causes them to do it.
More than once, depression drove him to attempt suicide...
Jealousy drives people to murder...
N-UNCOUNT 精力;干劲;冲劲;决心 If you say that someone has drive, you mean they have energy and determination.
John will be best remembered for his drive and enthusiasm.
N-COUNT 强烈欲望;强烈需求;本能需求 A drive is a very strong need or desire in human beings that makes them act in particular ways.
...compelling, dynamic sex drives.
N-SING (为达到某目的而进行的)努力,运动 A drive is a special effort made by a group of people for a particular purpose.
The ANC is about to launch a nationwide recruitment drive...
The Church in Haiti has played an important role in the drive towards democracy.
N-IN-NAMES (用于路名)路,大道 Drive is used in the names of some streets.
...23 Queen's Drive, Malvern, Worcestershire.
伍斯特郡,莫尔文市,女王大道 23 号
PHRASE 意欲所指;暗示 If you ask someone what they are driving at, you are asking what they are trying to say or what they are saying indirectly.
It was clear Cohen didn't understand what Millard was driving at.