Übersetzung von “drive” — Englisch–Malaysisch Wörterbuch


verb /draiv/ (past tense drove /drouv/, past participle driven /ˈdrivn/)

to control or guide (a car etc)

Do you want to drive (the car), or shall I?

to take, bring etc in a car

My mother is driving me to the airport.

to force or urge along

Two men and a dog were driving a herd of cattle across the road.

to hit hard

He drove a nail into the door
He drove a golfball from the tee.

to cause to work by providing the necessary power

This mill is driven by water.
driver noun

a person who drives a car etc

a bus driver.
driving noun

the activity of driving a vehicle or the way that someone drives

She was charged with dangerous driving.
driver’s license noun

(American) a driving licence.

lesen pemandu
drive-in adjective

(of a cinema, café etc , especially in North America) catering for people who remain in their cars while watching a film, eating etc

pandu masuk
a drive-in movie.
drive-through adjective

that one may drive through (and do something without getting out of the car)

a drive-through restaurant.
driveway noun

a wide path for a car in front of someone’s house

jalan masuk rumah
There was a van parked in the driveway.
driving licence noun

a licence for driving a road vehicle.

lesen memandu
be driving at

to be trying to say or suggest

I don’t know what you’re driving at.
drive off phrasal verb

to leave or go away in a car etc

He got into a van and drove off.

to keep away

A horse uses its tail to drive off flies.

in golf, to make the first stroke from the tee.

drive on phrasal verb

to carry on driving a car etc

jalan terus
Drive on – we haven’t time to stop!

to urge strongly forward

It was ambition that drove him on.

(Übersetzung von “drive” aus dem PASSWORD English–Malaysian Dictionary © 2015 K Dictionaries Ltd)