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4WD abbreviation of "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.
beach to pull or drive (a boat or other object) from the water onto the beach or shore. [1/2 definitions]
belt a continuous band of heavy, flexible material used to drive a machine or carry materials. [1/11 definitions]
billiards (used with a sing. verb) a game played on a cloth-covered rectangular table that has a cushioned rim, in which players use a long cue stick to drive hard balls against one another or into pockets at the edges and corners of the table. (Cf. pool2.)
carhop one who waits on customers in their cars at a drive-in restaurant.
cart to drive a cart. [1/6 definitions]
chariot to carry in, drive, or ride a chariot. [1/3 definitions]
chauffeur one employed to drive an automobile. [2 definitions]
codrive combined form of drive.
compel to force or drive to some action or attitude; pressure. [1/3 definitions]
compressor something that compresses, esp. a device for compressing and condensing gases to drive machinery.
corner to move or drive around a corner. [1/10 definitions]
corral to drive into or keep in or as if in a corral. [1/4 definitions]
crash1 to drive or push forcefully and noisily. [1/17 definitions]
croquet a lawn game in which mallets are used to drive wooden balls through wickets toward a goal.
deadhead to drive or pilot (a vehicle carrying no payload) from one place to another. [1/5 definitions]
demon a person who has a remarkable amount of energy, drive, and enthusiasm. [1/4 definitions]
differential in machinery, a system of gears allowing two or more shafts powered by the same source to turn at different speeds, as in the drive wheels of an automobile when it is turning; differential gear. [1/8 definitions]
dispel to drive away or get rid of by, or as if by, scattering in all directions; disperse.
disperse to drive away in all directions; scatter. [1/5 definitions]
ditch to drive (a vehicle) off the tracks or the road, as into a ditch. [1/7 definitions]