drive verb (USE VEHICLE)
I'm learning to drive. 我在学开车。
"Are you going by train?" "No, I'm driving." “你乘火车去吗？”“不，我开车去。”
They're driving to Chicago on Tuesday. 星期二他们要开车去苏格兰。
driving while intoxicated abbreviation DWI US specialized
- I asked him to drive more slowly, but he didn't take any notice.
- The police fined her for driving through a red light.
- The police spotted him driving a stolen car.
- We drove along a narrow, bumpy road.
- She drives the kids to school every morning.
drive verb (FORCE)
By the end of the year, most of the occupying troops had been driven from the city. 到年底时大部分占领军都被赶出了这个城市。
In the course of history, love has driven men and women to strange extremes. 在历史的进程中，爱情曾经迫使男人和女人做出荒谬极端的事情。
drive sb mad, crazy, etc. B2 informal
drive sb wild informal
- Extreme stress had driven him to the brink of a nervous breakdown.
- His family could not understand how this quiet, well-adjusted man could have been driven to this terrible deed.
- Self-hatred apparently drove her to mutilate her own face.
- Her husband's violent and abusive behaviour drove her to the verge of despair.
- She had her demons and, later in life, they drove her to drink.
drive verb (PROVIDE POWER)
drive noun (ROAD)
drive noun (PLANNED EFFORT)
drive noun (COMPUTING)
drive noun (VEHICLE)
It's a long drive from Auckland to Wellington. 从格拉斯哥到伦敦开车要走很长时间。
Shall we go for a drive this afternoon? 我们下午开车去兜风好吗?
drive noun (POWER)