drive out

  • 1 drive out — index deport (banish), depose (remove), divest, expel, oust, supplant, transport …

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  • 2 drive out — verb 1. force to go away; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings (Freq. 1) Drive away potential burglars drive away bad thoughts dispel doubts The supermarket had to turn back many disappointed customers • Syn: ↑chase away, ↑ …

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  • 3 drive out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms drive out : present tense I/you/we/they drive out he/she/it drives out present participle driving out past tense drove out past participle driven out to force someone or something to leave a place Government… …

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  • 4 drive out — PHRASAL VERB To drive out something means to make it disappear or stop operating. [V P n (not pron)] Herbert offered whisky to drive out the chill ... [V P n (not pron)] He cut his rates to drive out rivals …

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  • 5 drive out — drive away, expel, oust, eject, throw out, banish …

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  • 6 drive out — Expel, reject, eject, cast out, turn out …

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  • 7 drive out — verb to push or to pull, i.e. to force, (someone or something) out of somewhere …

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  • 8 drive-out agreement — An arrangement between a letter carrier and the USPS in which the carrier provides and is reimbursed for the use of his or her personal vehicle for mail delivery. (Also see vehicle hire contract) …

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  • 9 you can drive out nature with a pitchfork, but she keeps on coming back — Originally HORACE Epistles I. x. 24 naturam expelles furca, tamen usque recurret, you may drive out nature with a pitchfork, but she will always return. 1539 R. TAVERNER tr. Erasmus’ Adages 44 Thurst out nature wyth a croche [staff], yet woll she …

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  • 10 To drive out — Разгонять (строку); Набирать вразрядку …

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  • 11 Drive (Incubus song) — Drive Single by Incubus from the album Make Yourself Released November 20, 2000 Recorded …

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  • 12 drive somebody out (of something) — ˌdrive sb/sthˈout (of sth) derived to make sb/sth disappear or stop doing sth • New fashions drive out old ones. • The supermarkets are driving small shopkeepers out of business. Main entry: ↑drivederived …

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  • 13 drive something out (of something) — ˌdrive sb/sthˈout (of sth) derived to make sb/sth disappear or stop doing sth • New fashions drive out old ones. • The supermarkets are driving small shopkeepers out of business. Main entry: ↑drivederived …

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  • 14 Drive Inn (album) — Drive Inn Studio album by Klaus Schulze and Rainer Bloss Released 1984 Recorded September 1983 Genre Electronic …

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  • 15 out — [out] adv. [ME < OE ut, akin to ON út, Ger aus < IE base * ud , up, up away > Sans úd , L us(que)] 1. a) away from, forth from, or removed from a place, position, or situation [they live ten miles out] b) away from home [to go out for… …

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  • 16 out — 1. In current use out, unlike in, is primarily an adverb (We went out), and to form a preposition it normally needs the addition of of (We went out of the house). Use of out as a direct preposition without of is non standard in BrE, although it… …

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  • 17 out|gas — «owt GAS», transitive verb, gassed, gas|sing. to drive out or free gases from: »to outgas a metal or a vessel …

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  • 18 drive — drive1 W1S1 [draıv] v past tense drove [drəuv US drouv] past participle driven [ˈdrıvən] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(vehicle)¦ 2¦(make somebody move)¦ 3¦(make somebody do something)¦ 4¦(make somebody/something be in a bad state)¦ 5¦(hit/push something into… …

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  • 19 drive — drive1 [ draıv ] (past tense drove [ drouv ] ; past participle driven [ drıvn ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 control vehicle ▸ 2 provide power to move ▸ 3 push something to hit something else ▸ 4 force someone to leave ▸ 5 force someone into bad state ▸ 6 make …

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  • 20 drive */*/*/ — I UK [draɪv] / US verb Word forms drive : present tense I/you/we/they drive he/she/it drives present participle driving past tense drove UK [drəʊv] / US [droʊv] past participle driven UK [ˈdrɪv(ə)n] / US 1) [intransitive/transitive] to control a… …

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