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Translation of "drive" - English-Spanish dictionary

drive

noun
a private road leading from a gate to a house etc camino de entrada The drive is lined with trees.
energy and enthusiasm ímpetu, empuje, dinamismo I think he has the drive needed for this job.
a special effort campaña a drive to raise money for the animal shelter.
in sport, a hard stroke (with a golf-club, a cricket bat etc) drive He hit a superb drive down the freeway.
(computing) a disk drive lectura de disquete You can store your personal files on the N drive.
(Definition of drive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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