Meaning of DRIVING in English

DRIVING

I.

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ good , safe

a new campaign to promote safe ~

▪ aggressive , bad , careless , dangerous , erratic , reckless

She was charged with reckless ~.

▪ drink ( BrE ), drunk ( esp. AmE ), drunken , impaired ( AmE )

Police stopped 30 motorists for drink ~ on New Year's Eve.

▪ off-road

Most people who own a Jeep never use it for off-road ~.

VERB + DRIVING

▪ do the

I usually do the ~ and he navigates.

▪ be banned from ( esp. BrE ), be disqualified from ( BrE )

He was banned from ~ for six months after failing a breath test.

DRIVING + NOUN

▪ conditions

▪ seat ( esp. BrE )

▪ test (see also driving license )

▪ instructor , lesson , school

▪ experience , skill

▪ offence/offense ( esp. BrE )

▪ charge

There wasn't enough evidence for a dangerous ~ charge.

▪ ban ( esp. BrE )

She was given a large fine and a two-year ~ ban.

PHRASES

▪ ~ under the influence (abbreviated to DUI ) , ~ while intoxicated (abbreviated to DWI ) (both AmE )

II.

adj.

Driving is used with these nouns: ↑ ambition , ↑ ban , ↑ condition , ↑ direction , ↑ force , ↑ glove , ↑ goggles , ↑ instructor , ↑ lesson , ↑ licence , ↑ need , ↑ offence , ↑ permit , ↑ rain , ↑ range , ↑ record , ↑ rhythm , ↑ school , ↑ seat , ↑ skill , ↑ snow , ↑ test

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