Associations to the word «Driver»
DRIVER, noun. One who drives something, in any sense of the verb to drive.
DRIVER, noun. Something that drives something, in any sense of the verb to drive.
DRIVER, noun. A person who drives a motorized vehicle such as a car or a bus.
DRIVER, noun. A person who drives some other vehicle.
DRIVER, noun. (computing) A program that acts as an interface between an application and hardware, written specifically for the device it controls.
DRIVER, noun. (golf) A golf club used to drive the ball a great distance.
DRIVER, noun. (nautical) a kind of sail, smaller than a fore and aft spanker on a square-rigged ship, a driver is tied to the same spars.
DRIVER, noun. A mallet.
DRIVER, noun. A tamping iron.
DRIVER, noun. A cooper's hammer for driving on barrel hoops.
DRIVER, proper noun. A surname.
DRIVER FATIGUE, noun. The condition wherein a person is suffering symptoms of fatigue while driving.
DRIVER REVIVER, noun. (Australia) a temporary roadside rest stop, often sponsored by local businesses, used to allow drivers a rest on long road trips in order to improve road safety.
DRIVER REVIVERS, noun. Plural of driver reviver
DRIVER, noun. The operator of a motor vehicle.
DRIVER, noun. Someone who drives animals that pull a vehicle.
DRIVER, noun. A golfer who hits the golf ball with a driver.
DRIVER, noun. (computer science) a program that determines how a computer will communicate with a peripheral device.
DRIVER, noun. A golf club (a wood) with a near vertical face that is used for hitting long shots from the tee.
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