Results for drive

Definitions of drive:

part of speech: present participle


part of speech: noun

A ride or excursion in a carriage; the road passed over.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To press or be moved forward with violence; travel in a carriage or motor car.

part of speech: verb transitive

To force along: to hurry one on: to guide, as horses drawing a carriage.

part of speech: verb

To impel or urge forward by force; to compel; to guide or regulate, as the horses in a carriage; to distress; to press; to be forced along; to rush or press with violence; to be moved by any force; to tend to; to aim at; drive is the reverse of lead.

part of speech: noun

An excursion in a carriage: a road for driving on: a strong or sweeping blow or impulsion: a matrix formed by a steel punch or die.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To press forward with violence: to be forced along: to go in a carriage: to tend towards a point:- pr. p. driving; pa. t. drove; pa. p. driven.

part of speech: past tense


part of speech: noun

The act of driving or sending forward; a strong blow; a road prepared for vehicles; a trip in a carriage or motor car; an annual gathering of cattle for branding; in military use, a violent attempt to break a line of defense by throwing an army against it.

part of speech: noun


part of speech: past participle


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