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disk drive a device inside or connected to a computer that copies data to and from a hard disc or floppy disc.
drive shaft a rotating shaft that transmits torque, as in some automobiles from the transmission to the rear axle.
drive-in any business that serves people who drive up and are seated in their cars.
four-wheel drive a car that drives by means of all four wheels rather than the rear wheels only, or the drive system of such, in which both front and rear wheel axles are turned by the drive shaft.
front-wheel drive a car design in which only the front wheels get driving power from the engine.
hard drive a device for storing information on a computer's hard disk. A hard drive can be built into a computer or can sit outside the computer and be connected to it by a cable.
line drive in baseball, a hard-hit ball that travels low, fast, and in a nearly straight line.
zip drive (trademark) a computer part that saves information on a special disk, called a "zip disk."