[ US /ˈdɹaɪvɝ/ ]
[ UK /dɹˈa‍ɪvɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a golfer who hits the golf ball with a driver
  2. a golf club (a wood) with a near vertical face that is used for hitting long shots from the tee
  3. someone who drives animals that pull a vehicle
  4. the operator of a motor vehicle
  5. (computer science) a program that determines how a computer will communicate with a peripheral device
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How To Use driver In A Sentence

  • Which is stupid, considering the drivers around here A: Don't normally stop for people and in fact have been caught trying to sneak ~around~ them and B: I've been nicked several times and almost hit three times different instances last summer attempting to obey the biking laws, none of those for mistakes on my part as I've been scared shitless at the lack of aware driving that's crept over my town. The funny thing about Pain..... (Let's talk trauma!)
  • The firm employs ten people and hires drivers when required.
  • There was no mail coach -- no driver in scarlet -- no mail guard -- no passengers, but only a ramshackle iron mail cart -- a "postboy" as driver and carrying no arms. The King's Post Being a volume of historical facts relating to the posts, mail coaches, coach roads, and railway mail services of and connected with the ancient city of Bristol from 1580 to the present time
  • And all of this is done without a sonic screwdriver. Times, Sunday Times
  • A swingle-tree hung at the pole's end, and a second pair of reins was fast to the driver's seat, the four cheek-buckles lying crossed over the wheeler's backs. Ambrotox and Limping Dick
  • Mr Ireland claimed that the case had cost him his job as a school bus driver. Times, Sunday Times
  • That night, to reduce suspicion, I decide to go drinking with the trishaw drivers.
  • The driver deadened the noise of the car with a new muffler.
  • The car comes as standard with a driver's and front passenger's airbag as well as side curtain airbags to prevent injury in side impacts.
  • It was a responsible situation he felt for a boy of thirteen, and he meant to do his very best to keep it now that he had been lucky enough to get it; in the far-off future, too, he saw himself no longer the van-boy, but in the proud position now occupied by Joshua as driver, and this he considered, though a lofty, was by no means an unreasonable ambition. Our Frank and other stories
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