a trip or journey in a car.
they went for a drive in the country
an innate, biologically determined urge to attain a goal or satisfy a need.
her emotional and sexual drives
an organized effort by a number of people to achieve a particular purpose, often to raise money.
we're planning a massive membership drive
the transmission of power to machinery or to the wheels of a motor vehicle.
Once moving, power is balanced between front and rear, reducing drive to rear wheels when not needed, and so cutting fuel consumption.
(in ball games) a forceful stroke made with a free swing of the bat, racket, or foot against the ball.
As the shadows fall across the stadium court, Nalbandian holds his nerve, a backhand drive with both feet off the ground giving him two set points.