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drive off

phrasal verb with drive uk   us   /draɪv/ verb (drove, driven)
to leave in a car: I got in the car and drove off.
Translations of “drive off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 驅車離去,駛離…
in Russian уезжать, отъезжать…
in Turkish sürüp gitmek, arabayla gitmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 驱车离去,驶离…
in Polish odjeżdżać…
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