drive collocations and examples

 UK /draɪv/

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control a vehicle so that it moves somewhere

Adverbs frequently used with drive
quickly: fast, quicklyYou should never think it is safe to drive fast on rural roads just because there is less traffic.slowly: slowlyShe had to drive slowly through the steep cobbled streets of the town.carefully: carefully, safelyPlease drive carefully along this road as it is used by children, pedestrians and horses.dangerously: dangerously, recklesslyPolice chased the vehicle which was being driven recklessly through the streets of South London.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with drive
drinkDon’t guess at the safe alcohol level, leave the car at home and don’t drink and drive.
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