Associations to the word «Driving»
DRIVING, verb. Present participle of drive
DRIVING, adjective. That drives (a mechanism or process).
DRIVING, adjective. (of wind, rain, etc): That drives forcefully; strong; forceful; violent
DRIVING, noun. The action of the verb to drive in any sense.
DRIVING, noun. In particular, the action of operating a motor vehicle.
DRIVING AXLE, noun. An axle which transfers power to a powered wheel from an engine, as in a steam locomotive.
DRIVING EXAMINER, noun. An examiner in a driving test
DRIVING IRON, noun. (golf) An iron golf club which can be used as a driver.
DRIVING IRONS, noun. Plural of driving iron
DRIVING LICENCE, noun. (British) a driver's licence; an official identification document which states the recipient may drive a motorised vehicle.
DRIVING LICENCES, noun. Plural of driving licence
DRIVING MOCCASIN, noun. A contemporary form of moccasin with rubber tabs on the sole.
DRIVING MOCCASINS, noun. Plural of driving moccasin
DRIVING MOTOR, noun. (rail transport) a car in a multiple unit which is motored and from which the train can be driven.
DRIVING RAIN, noun. Rain propelled by a driving wind.
DRIVING RANGE, noun. (golf) An area where golfers practice their swing, and try to hit the ball far, toward no target.
DRIVING RANGES, noun. Plural of driving range
DRIVING SCHOOL, noun. An institution where people learn to drive a land vehicle such as a car or motorcycle.
DRIVING SCHOOLS, noun. Plural of driving school
DRIVING SPIRIT, noun. The power, initiator or enthusiast behind an accomplishment. The driving force.
DRIVING SPIRITS, noun. Plural of driving spirit
DRIVING TEST, noun. A test required in order to acquire a driver's licence
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE, noun. Operating a motor vehicle while impaired due to the consumption of drugs or alcohol
DRIVING VAN TRAILER, noun. (rail transport) a purpose-built railway vehicle that allows the driver to operate a locomotive at the opposite end of a train.
DRIVING VAN TRAILERS, noun. Plural of driving van trailer
DRIVING WHEEL, noun. On a steam locomotive, a powered wheel driven by the locomotive's pistons or turbine.
DRIVING WIND, noun. Wind strong enough to push (i.e., drive) substantial objects around.
DRIVING, noun. Hitting a golf ball off of a tee with a driver; "he sliced his drive out of bounds".
DRIVING, noun. The act of controlling and steering the movement of a vehicle or animal.
DRIVING, adjective. Having the power of driving or impelling; "a driving personal ambition"; "the driving force was his innate enthusiasm"; "an impulsive force".
DRIVING, adjective. Acting with vigor; "responsibility turned the spoiled playboy into a driving young executive".
Men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues, and can moderate their desires more than their words.