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Portuguese translation of drive

drive

verb
 
/draɪv/ (present participle driving, past tense drove, past participle driven)
A1 to make a car, bus, or train move, and control what it does
dirigir
She’s learning to drive.
A1 to travel somewhere in a car, or to take someone somewhere in a car
ir/levar de carro
Annie drove me home last night.
drive someone mad, crazy, etc. to make someone extremely annoyed
deixar alguém louco
He leaves dirty clothes all over the floor and it’s driving me mad.
drive someone crazy, nuts, etc. to make someone extremely annoyed
deixar alguém louco
He leaves dirty clothes all over the floor and it’s driving me crazy.
drive a hard bargain to expect a lot in exchange for what you pay or do
negociar duro
(Definition of drive verb from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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