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driving licence

n
(Law) an official document or certificate authorizing a person to drive a motor vehicle
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.driving licence - a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle
license, permit, licence - a legal document giving official permission to do something
Translations
رُخْصَةُ القِيَادَةرُخْصَةُ سَيّارَه
řidičský průkaz
kørekort
ajokortti
vozačka dozvola
運転免許証
운전 면허증
vozniško dovoljenje
körkort
ใบขับขี่
bằng lái xe

driving licence

driver's license (Am) npatente f (di guida)

drive

(draiv) past tense drove (drouv) : past participle driven (ˈdrivn) verb
1. to control or guide (a car etc). Do you want to drive (the car), or shall I?
2. to take, bring etc in a car. My mother is driving me to the airport.
3. to force or urge along. Two men and a dog were driving a herd of cattle across the road.
4. to hit hard. He drove a nail into the door; He drove a golf-ball from the tee.
5. to cause to work by providing the necessary power. This mill is driven by water.
noun
1. a journey in a car, especially for pleasure. We decided to go for a drive.
2. a private road leading from a gate to a house etc. The drive is lined with trees.
3. energy and enthusiasm. I think he has the drive needed for this job.
4. a special effort. We're having a drive to save electricity.
5. in sport, a hard stroke (with a golf-club, a cricket bat etc).
6. (computers) a disk drive.
ˈdriver noun
a person who drives a car etc. a bus-driver.
ˈdriver's license noun
(American) a driving licence.
ˈdrive-in adjective
(of a cinema, café etc, especially in North America) catering for people who remain in their cars while watching a film, eating etc. a drive-in movie.
ˈdrive-through adjective
that one may drive through (and do something without getting out of the car). a drivethrough bank/restaurant/zoo.
ˈdriving licence noun
a licence for driving a road vehicle.
be driving at
to be trying to say or suggest. I don't know what you're driving at.
drive off
1. to leave or go away in a car etc. He got into a van and drove off.
2. to keep away. to drive off flies.
3. in golf, to make the first stroke from the tee.
drive on
1. to carry on driving a car etc. Drive on – we haven't time to stop!
2. to urge strongly forward. It was ambition that drove him on.

driving licence

رُخْصَةُ القِيَادَة řidičský průkaz kørekort Führerschein δίπλωμα οδήγησης licencia de conducción, permiso de conducción ajokortti permis de conduire vozačka dozvola patente di guida 運転免許証 운전 면허증 rijbewijs førerkort prawo jazdy carta de condução, carteira de habilitação водительские права körkort ใบขับขี่ sürücü ehliyeti bằng lái xe 驾照
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