drive around


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Verb1.drive around - drive someone in a vehicle
drive - cause someone or something to move by driving; "She drove me to school every day"; "We drove the car to the garage"
2.drive around - drive without any particular aim; "we were driving around in the countryside on a fine Sunday morning"
act - be engaged in an activity, often for no particular purpose other than pleasure
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"Beg pardon, is the Yausky bridge done yet, or shall I have to drive around?" he asked.
Special Magistrate of CDA Saiful Islam started the drive around 11 am participated by representatives of different stakeholders, including Chattogram Port Authority, Power Development Board, Chattogram City Corporation and Chattogram WASA, Directorate of Chattogram Environment and Metropolitan Police.
They also were seen going out for a drive around Sangam-dong before taking a walk at Haneoul Park.
He said, that under the drive around 1000 trees of fruits and local species will be planted at various locations already been identified by the officials.
STEP 2: Release the parking brake and drive around, stopping every now and then.
Summary: Motorists to enjoy smooth drive around Dubai Airport
Anthony Breslin, 18, admitted two motoring offences linked to his late -night drive around Derry on August 16.
It is simple now to drive around in a stolen car with false number plates because the car has been cloned, and someone somewhere is driving the legitimate motor, paying road tax and insurance, completely oblivious to at least one car or possibly more driving around Britain and they are the ones paying.
The rath will drive around the state to spread awareness among the people about cleanliness.
"Residents have to drive around to familiarize themselves with the new routes," he said.
Admittedly it is not the biggest four wheel drive around but there is a lot of bodywork there mitigated slightly by some lovely shining chrome.
Based on responses from 1,000 parents of children up to the age of 30 who regularly drive their family around, the survey showed that mothers and fathers drive around 1,700 miles a year taking their children on lifts.