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drive (drīv)v. drove (drōv), driv·en (drĭv′ən), driv·ing, drives v.tr.1. To push, propel, or press onward forcibly; urge forward: drove the horses into the corral.2. To repulse or put to flight by force or influence: drove the attackers away; drove out any thought of failure.3. To guide, control, or direct (a vehicle).4. a. To convey or transport in a vehicle: drove the children to school.b. To traverse in a vehicle: drive the freeways to work.5. a. To supply the motive force or power to and cause to function: Steam drives the engine.b. To cause or sustain, as if by supplying force or power: The current merger mania is apparently driven by an urge ... to reduce risk or to exploit opportunities in a very rapidly changing business environment (Peter Passell).6. To compel or force to work, often excessively: Every serious dancer is driven by notions of perfection—perfect expressiveness, perfect technique (Susan Sontag).7. To force into or from a particular act or state: Indecision drives me crazy.8. To force to go through or penetrate: drove the stake into the ground.9. To create or produce by penetrating forcibly: The nail drove a hole in the tire.10. To carry through vigorously to a conclusion: drove home his point; drive a hard bargain.11. a. Sports To th