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drive /draɪv/ verb (past tense drove /drəʊv $ droʊv/, past participle driven /ˈdrɪvən/)

Irregular Forms: (driven)(drove)

جلو بردن ، محرکه ، گیربکس ، فرمان ، رانش ، گریز پا به توپ ، فرار گل زن ، ضربه از پایین ، ضربه درایو ، سوارشدن و کنترل اتومبیل ، رانندگی ارابه مسابقه ای ، راندن اسب با شلاق راندن قایق موتوری ، رانندگی کردن ، گرداندن گرداننده (موتوری) ، شفت ، راندن ، بردن ، عقب نشاندن ، بیرون کردن (با(out ، تحریک کردن ، سواری کردن ، کوبیدن) میخ وغیره) ، علوم مهندسی: سواری دوندگی ، کامپیوتر: گرداننده ، الکترونیک: ولت محرک ، روانشناسی: سائق ، ورزش: ترساندن شکار و راندن ان بسوی شکارچی ، علوم نظامی: دنده
الکترونیک: تحریک کردن ، راندن ، گرداننده ، کامپیوتر: راندن ، جلو بردن ، محرکه ، گیربکس ، فرمان ، رانش ، سواری دوندگی ، علوم مهندسی: گریز پا به توپ ، فرار گل زن ، ضربه از پایین ، ضربه درایو ، سوارشدن و کنترل اتومبیل ، رانندگی ارابه مسابقه ای ، راندن اسب با شلاق راندن قایق موتوری ، ترساندن شکار و راندن ان بسوی شکارچی ، ورزشی: رانندگی کردن ، راندن ، گرداندن گرداننده ، موتوری: ، شفت ، دنده ، علوم نظامی: سایق ، روانشناسی: ولت محرک ، الکترونیک: راندن ، بردن ، عقب نشاندن ، بیرون کردن( با)out، تحریک کردن ، سواری کردن ، کوبیدن(میخ وغیره)تحریک کردن ، راندن ، گرداننده ، کامپیوتر: راندن ، جلو بردن ، محرکه ، گیربکس ، فرمان ، رانش ، سواری دوندگی ، علوم مهندسی: گریز پا به توپ ، فرار گل زن ، ضربه از پایین ، ضربه درایو ، سوارشدن و کنترل اتومبیل ، رانندگی ارابه مسابقه ای ، راندن اسب با شلاق راندن قایق موتوری ، ترساندن شکار و راندن ان بسوی شکارچی ، ورزشی: رانندگی کردن ، راندن ، گرداندن گرداننده ، موتوری: ، شفت ، دنده ، علوم نظامی: سایق ، روانشناسی: ولت محرک ، الکترونیک: راندن ، بردن ، عقب نشاندن ، بیرون کردن( با)out، تحریک کردن ، سواری کردن ، کوبیدن(میخ وغیره) کامپیوتر: درایو

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- operate, direct, guide, handle, manage, motor, ride, steer, travel
- goad, coerce, constrain, force, press, prod, prompt, spur
- push, herd, hurl, impel, propel, send, urge
- push, hammer, ram, thrust
- run, excursion, jaunt, journey, outing, ride, spin (informal), trip
- campaign, action, appeal, crusade, effort, push (informal)
- initiative, ambition, energy, enterprise, get-up-and-go (informal), motivation, vigour, zip (informal)
Contrasted words: check, curb, inhibit, restrain, guide, lead, pilot, steer
Related Words: coerce, compel, force, incite, instigate, shepherd, wrangle, egg, exhort, goad, prick, prod, punch, sic, spur, urge, operate, run, work, guide, steer, roll, chauffeur, whirl, joyride, excursion, outing, impetus, momentum, speed, velocity
English Thesaurus: decide, make up your mind, choose to do something, make a decision, resolve, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. drive1 S1 W1 /draɪv/ verb (past tense drove /drəʊv $ droʊv/, past participle driven /ˈdrɪvən/)
[Word Family: noun: drive, driver, driving; verb: drive; adjective: driving]
[Language: Old English; Origin: drifan]

a) [intransitive and transitive] to make a car, truck, bus etc move along
drive to/down/off etc
I am planning to drive to Morocco next year.
the man driving the car
Can you drive?
So when did you learn to drive?
Bye! Drive carefully!
He drives 12 miles to work.
He drives (=has) a BMW estate.
b) [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if a car, truck etc drives somewhere, it moves there:
After the accident, the other car just drove off.
c) [intransitive] if people drive somewhere, they travel somewhere in a car:
Shall we drive or take the bus?
drive to/down/off etc
They drove back to Woodside.
d) [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to take someone somewhere in a car, truck etc:
She drove Anna to London.
I’ll drive you home.
drive yourself
I drove myself to hospital.

2. MAKE SOMEBODY MOVE [transitive] to force a person or animal to go somewhere:
Torrential rain drove the players off the course.
With a few loud whistles, they drove the donkeys out of the enclosure.

3. MAKE SOMEBODY DO SOMETHING [transitive] to strongly influence someone to do something
drive somebody to do something
The detective wondered what had driven Christine to phone her.
drive somebody to/into something
The noises in my head have nearly driven me to suicide.
Phil, driven by jealousy, started spying on his wife.

4. MAKE SOMEBODY/SOMETHING BE IN A BAD STATE [transitive] to make someone or something get into a bad or extreme state, usually an emotional one
drive somebody crazy/nuts/mad/insane (=make someone feel very annoyed)
This cough is driving me mad!
drive somebody crazy/wild (=make someone feel very sexually excited)
drive somebody up the wall/out of their mind (=make someone feel very annoyed)
drive somebody to distraction/desperation
The mosquitoes drive me to distraction.
drive somebody/something into something
The factory had been driven into bankruptcy.

5. HIT/PUSH SOMETHING INTO SOMETHING [transitive] to hit or push something into something else
drive something into something
We watched Dad drive the posts into the ground.
She drove her heels into the sand.

6. MAKE SOMEBODY WORK [transitive] to make a person or animal work hard
drive yourself
Don’t drive yourself too hard.

7. SPORTS [intransitive and transitive]
a) to move a ball etc forward in a game of baseball, football, golf etc by hitting or kicking it hard and fast:
He drove the ball into the corner of the net.
b) to run with the ball towards the goal in sports such as basketball and American football

8. PROVIDE POWER [transitive] to provide the power for a vehicle or machine
petrol-driven/electrically-driven/battery-driven etc
a petrol-driven lawn mower

9. RAIN/WIND ETC [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if rain, snow, wind etc drives somewhere, it moves very quickly in that direction:
The rain was driving down hard.

10. drive a coach and horses through something to destroy an argument, plan etc completely:
The new bill will drive a coach and horses through recent trade agreements.

11. MAKE A HOLE [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to make a large hole in something using heavy equipment or machinery:
They drove a tunnel through the mountains.

12. drive something home to make something completely clear to someone:
He didn’t have to drive the point home. The videotape had done that.

13. drive a wedge between somebody to do something that makes people disagree or start to dislike each other:
I don’t want to drive a wedge between you and your father.
drive/strike a hard bargain at hard1(18)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. drive2 S2 W2 noun
[Word Family: noun: drive, driver, driving; verb: drive; adjective: driving]

1. IN A CAR [countable] a journey in a car
drive to/along etc
Let’s go for a drive along the coast.
Taylor took me for a drive through the town.
an hour’s/a two hour etc drive
It’s a two hour drive from Calais to Thiepval.

2. NATURAL NEED [countable] a strong natural need or desire:
The treatment will not affect your sex drive.

3. OUTSIDE YOUR HOUSE [countable] the hard area or road between your house and the street Synonym : driveway
in/on the drive
He parked his car in the drive.

4. EFFORT [countable] an effort to achieve something, especially an effort by an organization for a particular purpose:
a recruitment drive for new members
an economy drive (=effort to reduce spending)
drive to do something
a nationwide drive to crack down on crime

5. DETERMINATION [uncountable] determination and energy to succeed:
Brian has got tremendous drive.

6. POWER [uncountable] the power from an engine that makes the wheels of a vehicle go round
front-wheel/rear-wheel/four-wheel drive

7. COMPUTER [countable] a piece of equipment in a computer that is used to get information from a disk or to store information on it
hard/floppy/A etc drivedisk drive

8. SPORT [countable] an act of hitting a ball hard, especially in tennis, baseball, or golf:
He hit a long, high drive to right field.

9. MILITARY ATTACK [countable] several military attacks
drive into
a drive deep into enemy territory

10. ANIMALS [countable] when animals such as cows or sheep are brought together and made to move in a particular direction

11. Drive used in the names of roads:
141 Park Drive

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. car journey
ADJ. long | easy, short | eight-hour, sixty-mile, etc. | leisurely | pleasant, scenic It's a pleasant drive to the coast.
VERB + DRIVE go for, take Let's go for a drive.
PREP. within a ~ All my family live within an hour's drive.
PHRASES a … drive away The lakes are only a short drive away.

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II. way a vehicle is moved
ADJ. all-wheel, four-wheel, front-wheel, rear-wheel | left-hand, right-hand Left-hand drive cars make driving in Britain difficult.

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III. path/road outside a house
ADJ. sweeping, winding | gravel/gravelled | tree-lined | private | front
DRIVE + VERB sweep, swing A gravel drive swept between manicured lawns.
PREP. down the ~, in the ~, on the ~ There was a car parked on the drive.
up the ~ He walked up the front drive of the vicarage.

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IV. energy/determination
ADJ. competitive | personal | narrative A lack of narrative drive leaves the reader with piecemeal vignettes.
VERB + DRIVE have | lack He lacks the competitive drive needed to succeed.

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V. desire/need
ADJ. innate, inner, instinctive/instinctual | creative | emotional, sex/sexual

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VI. effort
ADJ. big | relentless | national, nationwide | cost-cutting, efficiency, export, fundraising, marketing, membership, modernization, recruitment, sales | anti-corruption, anti-drug, etc.
VERB + DRIVE launch We're going to launch a big recruitment drive in the autumn.
PREP. ~ against a drive against corruption
~ by the recent recruitment drive by the police
~ for the country's drive for modernization
~ towards a drive towards higher safety standards

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VII. computing
ADJ. CD-ROM, disk, DVD, floppy, hard, zip

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VIII. in sport
ADJ. powerful, strong, thunderous | angled, crisp | left-foot, right-foot (in football) Cole scored with a thunderous left-foot drive.
backhand, forehand (in tennis) a forehand drive down the line
VERB + DRIVE hit | hook, slice (in golf)
 ⇒ Special page at SPORT

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ADV. fast, quickly You shouldn't drive so fast! She drove quickly back to the office.
slowly | carefully | recklessly He was arrested for driving recklessly.
around, away, back, off, on She got into the car and drove away.
PREP. from, to driving from London to Manchester
PHRASES drink and drive

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drive somebody crazy/mad/insane spoken (also drive somebody nuts spoken informal) (=make someone feel very annoyed)
The continuous noise was driving me crazy.
drive somebody crazy/wild (=make someone feel very sexually excited)
He drives women wild.
drive somebody up the wall/round the bend/out of their mind spoken informal (=make someone feel very annoyed)
That voice of hers drives me up the wall.
drive somebody to distraction (=make someone feel very upset or annoyed)
She was being driven to distraction by her husband’s bad habits.
drive somebody to despair/desperation (=make someone despair)
Escalating personal debts have driven many people to despair.
drive somebody to drink (=make someone so annoyed or upset that they depend on alcohol)
His problems had almost driven him to drink.

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See AGAINST (against)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: line drive

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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