pt of drive1.
1 herd of cattle, flock of sheep, etc being made to move from one place to another （被驱赶从一地到另一地的）牛群、羊群等.
2 (usu pl 通常作复数) (fig 比喻) moving crowd of people or large number of things 移动的人群或大批的东西
*droves of sightseers 一群群的游客
* Letters of protest arrived in droves. 抗议信大批涌来.
1. Bruce engaged low gear and drove at a terrifying speed. 布鲁斯接上了低档，开车速度令人害怕；
2. Bruce went into a low gear and drove at a terrifying speed, keeping the front wheels astride the crack as he followed its zigzag course. 布鲁斯挂上慢档，把两只前轮分别搁在裂缝的两边，顺着弯弯曲曲的裂缝，以发疯的速度向前开去。
3. The monotonous task almost drove me crazy. 这单调无聊的工作几乎让我发狂。
4. Then, jumping into the car, he drove off as quickly as he could. 然后跳进车里，以最快的速度把车开走了。
5. The man got into his car and drove away. 那男子钻进自己的车开走了。
6. He drove in the nail with one stroke of the hammer. 他铁锤一敲就把钉子钉进去。
7. He, as a man, no longer desired. Life in him, unwilling to die, drove him on. 作为一个人，他已无欲无求。是他身体内的生命不愿死，支撑着他坚持往前走。
8. A taxi drove into my car and dented it. 一辆出租汽车撞在我的汽车上，撞了个坑。
9. After I had left a small village in the south of France, I drove on to the next town. 在离开法国南部的一个小村庄后，我继续驶往下一个城镇。
10. As the thieves were trying to get away in their car, Roy drove his bus into the back of it. 当那两个小偷企图乘车逃跑时，罗伊驾驶他的公共汽车撞在了那辆车的后尾上。