Third person singular
- (transitive & intransitive) If you drive a car or other vehicle, you control its movements.
- I've been learning how to drive a bus.
- (transitive & intransitive) If you drive somewhere, you go there by car.
- The bus is too slow. Let's drive to school instead.
- Mom, can you drive me to Cindy's house?
- (transitive) If you drive someone or something, you make them move.
- The dogs drove the cows into the field.
- (transitive) If you drive someone to , you make them do or feel .
- The death of her son drove her to drink.
- (countable) A drive is a trip by car.
- Let's go for a drive down to the lake.
- (countable & uncountable) Drive is the feeling that you want or need to do something.
- She has a strong drive to succeed.
- If you're tired, it often affects your sex drive.
- (countable) A (disk) drive is part of a computer that reads and writes information to a disk.
- (countable) A drive is the short road outside a house to put a car on.
- (countable) A drive is a short strong effort to do something.
- (uncountable) Drive is the power that makes a vehicle move.
- (countable) In sports, a drive a ball that has been hit hard.
- (countable) A drive is when people direct a group of animals to move in a particular direction.
- (countable) A drive is kind of road.