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Definición de “drive” en inglés

drive

verb
 
/drɑɪv/ (present participle driving, past tense drove, past participle driven)
A1 to make a car, bus, or train move, and control what it does: She’s learning to drive.
A1 to travel somewhere in a car, or to take someone somewhere in a car: Annie drove me home last night.
drive someone mad, crazy, etc. to make someone extremely annoyed: He leaves dirty clothes all over the floor and it’s driving me mad. drive someone crazy, nuts, etc. to make someone extremely annoyed: He leaves dirty clothes all over the floor and it’s driving me crazy.
(Definition of drive verb from the Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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