drove

All Verb
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  • Many players use what is referred to as a run-up during their drive.
  • In some cases he drove several hours each way and remained the entire night.
  • The cars can be either right hand drive or left hand drive.
  • The cars can be either right hand drive or left hand drive.
  • It is not sold in Japan or in any other right-hand drive market.
  • It was built in the UK, but is a left-hand-drive car.
  • Many fans make the two-hour drive by car to road games.
  • A single right hand drive example found its way to the UK.
  • The group forces him out of the van and drive on.
  • By car it's a ten-minute drive from the city center.
  • One of the four-wheel-drive cars came in fourth in its class.
  • This was the first successful mass-produced front-wheel drive car in the world.
  • This leaves the center section open to allow the use of front wheel drive.
  • The top image shows a man and woman in a car, the man driving.
  • The famous cars which they drove frequently are presented at the modern event.
  • The following year, the company began with the mass production of right-hand drive vehicles.
  • It was the second two-wheel-drive win in the race's history.
  • It was made in both left and right hand drive versions.
  • They were not sold in the UK in right hand drive.
  • The single drove her success for the next year or so.
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Root form of drove is drive for the verb.

Words starting with drove

Synonyms of drove

Meaning of drove

  • noun A group of animals (a herd or flock) moving together
  • noun A moving crowd
  • noun A stonemason's chisel with a broad edge for dressing stone
  • verb Operate or control a vehicle
    drive a car or bus, Can you drive this four-wheel truck?
  • verb Travel or be transported in a vehicle
    We drove to the university every morning, They motored to London for the theater
  • verb Cause someone or something to move by driving
    She drove me to school every day, We drove the car to the garage
  • verb To compel or force or urge relentlessly or exert coercive pressure on, or motivate strongly
    She is driven by her passion
  • verb Compel somebody to do something, often against his own will or judgment
    She finally drove him to change jobs
  • verb Push, propel, or press with force
    Drive a nail into the wall
  • verb Cause to move rapidly by striking or throwing with force
    drive the ball far out into the field
  • verb Move into a desired direction of discourse
    What are you driving at?
  • verb Have certain properties when driven
    This car rides smoothly, My new truck drives well
  • verb Work as a driver
    He drives a bread truck, She drives for the taxi company in Newark
  • verb Move by being propelled by a force
    The car drove around the corner
  • verb Urge forward
    drive the cows into the barn
  • verb Proceed along in a vehicle
    We drive the turnpike to work
  • verb Strike with a driver, as in teeing off
    drive a golf ball
  • verb Hit very hard, as by swinging a bat horizontally
    drive a ball
  • verb Excavate horizontally
    drive a tunnel
  • verb Cause to function by supplying the force or power for or by controlling
    The amplifier drives the tube, steam drives the engines, this device drives the disks for the computer
  • verb Hunting: search for game
    drive the forest
  • verb Hunting: chase from cover into more open ground
    drive the game