- [sī jī]
- engine man 司机;
- driver 驾驶员，司机; 驱动器，驱动程序; 驱逐者，驱赶者; （高尔夫球）球棒;
- engine attendant 司机;
- chauffeur 受雇于人的汽车司机;
- engine driver 火车司机;
The lorry driver escaped unhurt, but a pedestrian was injured.
The driver managed to escape from the vehicle and shout a warning.
Rude taxi drivers clocked up a total of 239 offences in 1990.
It is usual to tip waiters, porters, guides and drivers.
The driver failed to negotiate a bend and ran into a tree.
The cabdriver took them on a circuitous route to the police station.
The driver was a trim young woman of perhaps thirty.
The team would have need of a driver of his worth.
Many people believe reckless drivers are treated too leniently.
He sent his driver to fetch him a strawberry shake.
Behind him was a long queue of angry motorists.
Rescue services have been working round the clock to free stranded motorists.
I asked the driver to put his foot down for Nagchukha.
High-powered cars are lethal weapons in the hands of inexperienced drivers.
They drew a blank in their search for the driver.
engineer's brake valve
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