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drive

verb (USE VEHICLE) 使用车辆     /draɪv/ (drove, driven)
[I or T] to move or travel on land in a motor vehicle, especially as the person controlling the vehicle's movement 开(车),驾驶 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。” She drives a red sports car. 她开一辆红色跑车。 They're driving to Scotland on Tuesday. 星期二他们要开车去苏格兰。 We saw their car outside the house and drove on/past/away. 我们看见他们的车在房子外面,然后就开车往前走/过去/离开了。 I drove my daughter to school. 我开车送女儿上学。 →  Compare ride verb Driving and operating road vehicles
driving while intoxicated ( abbreviation DWI) US legal
the crime of operating a motor vehicle after having drunk more alcohol than you are legally allowed to 酒后驾驶(罪) Smith was arrested and charged with DWI. 史密斯已被捕并被指控酒后驾驶。 Driving and operating road vehiclesCrime - general wordsDrunkenness and sobriety
(Definition of drive verb (USE VEHICLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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