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to drive a hard bargain [coll.] [idiom]hart verhandeln
to drive a nail home einen Nagel so weit wie möglich einschlagen
to drive a nail into the wall einen Nagel in die Wand schlagen
to drive a one-horse carriageeinspännig fahren
to drive a stake into sth.einen Pfahl in etw. stoßen
to drive a tunnel einen Tunnel bohren
to drive a wedge between sb. and sb.einen Keil zwischen jdn. und jdn. treiben
to drive (a) stick (shift) [Am.] [coll.] ein Auto mit manueller Gangschaltung fahren
to drive about herumfahren [ugs.] [planlos umherfahren]
to drive across [away from observer]hinüberfahren
to drive across [towards observer]herüberfahren
to drive against auffahren
to drive againstrammen
to drive against the traffic [on a motorway] [Br.]gegen die Verkehrsrichtung fahren [auf Autobahn]
to drive ahead of sb./sth. jdm./etw. vorausfahren
to drive alongbefahren
to drive along [wind] vorantreiben
to drive along [wind] treiben [Wind]
to drive along sth. [person; motor vehicle] etw. [Akk.] entlangfahren [Person; Kraftfahrzeug]
to drive apartauseinander treiben [alt]
to drive apartauseinandertreiben
to drive aroundherumgondeln [ugs.]
to drive aroundherumfahren [als Fahrer]
to drive around umherfahren [als Fahrer]
to drive around the town in der Stadt herumfahren
to drive at [insinuate] andeuten
to drive at / with high revs [coll.]hochtourig fahren
to drive at / with low revs [coll.] untertourig fahren
to drive at breakneck speed halsbrecherisch fahren
to drive at high speed mit hoher Geschwindigkeit fahren
to drive at sb./sth.auf jdn./etw. zufahren [zusteuern]
to drive at sth. [fig.] [strive to convey a message]auf etw. [Akk.] hinauswollen [ugs.]
to drive awaywegfahren
to drive away davonfahren
to drive back (jdn./etw.) zurückfahren
to drive back [force to retreat]zurückschlagen [zum Rückzug zwingen]
to drive behind sb./sth. [follow]jdm./etw. hinterherfahren
to drive by (sth.) (an etw. [Dat.]) vorbeifahren
to drive cattle Vieh treiben
to drive cows to pastureKühe zur Weide hintreiben
to drive downhinunterfahren [Fahrzeug]
to drive down the priceden Preis drücken
to drive for long distances [Br.] weite Strecken fahren
to drive from the field besiegen
to drive from the marketvom Markt verjagen
to drive hands-free freihändig fahren
to drive home heimfahren
to drive in eintreiben [Nagel]
to drive inreinfahren [ugs.]
to drive in [away from observer] hineinfahren
to drive in [towards observer] hereinfahren
to drive in convoy im Konvoi fahren
to drive into a tree gegen einen Baum fahren
to drive into each otheraufeinander fahren [alt]
to drive into each other aufeinanderfahren
to drive into sb./sth. auf jdn./etw. auffahren
to drive into the back of sth. auf etw. auffahren [von hinten]
to drive into the countryins Grüne fahren
to drive into the countryside ins Grüne fahren
to drive like a bat out of hell [coll.] [idiom]wie die gesengte Sau fahren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to drive like a lunatic Amok fahren
to drive like a lunatic [coll.] wie eine gesengte Sau fahren [ugs.] [fig.]
to drive like the clappers [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]fahren wie die Feuerwehr [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to drive livestock Vieh treiben
to drive nose to tail [Br.]Auto an Auto fahren
to drive nose to tail [Br.]dicht an dicht fahren
to drive off wegfahren
to drive off davonfahren
to drive off fortfahren [wegfahren]
to drive off [car etc.]abfahren
to drive off [golf] abschlagen
to drive off [person, enemy] vertreiben
to drive off [repel] zurückschlagen
to drive on weiterfahren
to drive on dimmed headlights [Am.]mit Abblendlicht fahren
to drive on dipped headlights [Br.] mit Abblendlicht fahren
to drive on full beam [Br.] mit Fernlicht fahren
to drive on high beam [Am.] [Aus.]mit Fernlicht fahren
to drive on the leftlinks fahren
to drive on the rightrechts fahren
to drive one behind the other hintereinander fahren
to drive out austreiben [z. B. Bolzen]
to drive out herausschlagen [z. B. Buchsen, Schrauben]
to drive outausfahren
to drive outhinausfahren
to drive out of her course [ship] verschlagen
to drive out of the marketvom Markt verdrängen
to drive over überfahren
to drive over herüberfahren
to drive (over) to sth. zu etw. [Dat.] rüberfahren [ugs.]
to drive past vorbeifahren an
to drive past vorüberfahren
to drive roundumfahren [fahrend ausweichen]
to drive roundumrunden [fahrend]
to drive sb. aroundjdn. herumkutschieren
to drive sb. away [by being nasty] jdn. wegekeln [ugs.]
to drive sb. away [chase away]jdn. davonjagen
to drive sb. bananas [coll.] jdn. wahnsinnig machen
to drive sb. bananas [coll.] jdn. verrückt machen
to drive sb. bonkers [coll.] jdn. wahnsinnig machen
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