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drive in English:

1. drove drove


Grief drove her mad.
Tom adjusted the seat, put in the key, and then drove away.
Armed only with a short sword, he drove off all five of his attackers.
What age was she when she first drove a car?
We drove through village after village, until we got to our destination.
We drove too fast to enjoy the beautiful scenery.
It's better if I drove you all the way home.
Earlier, as I was walking down the sidewalk, a car drove by and splashed water on me. Look at this! My skirt and shoes are all muddy.
Before this car, I drove a Nissan.
At first they drove through streets of small, gray houses.
The movement of the inhabitants drove the band of thugs out of the town.
A big tree had fallen across the road and was in my way as I drove.
The driver really screwed up the team when he drove them to the wrong playing field in a different town.
News of her son's death in battle drove her mad.
My husband and I were spinners, but our spinning company drove us to ruin.

English word "drive"(drove) occurs in sets:

Czasowniki regularne i nie regularne
KBG A1 irregular verbs
czasowniki nieregularne

2. propel propel


Company directors were propelled into action.
Getting results has a way of propelling you forward.
If I get a good score on this test, it will propel me into a good university.
Thrust is the forward force which propels the airplane through the air.
El Sistema has propelled some of these young people into music careers.
Often the things we need to to propel us to a higher place.
enough measurable progress in finding the business model as defined by board and team—to propel
He took her arm and propelled her towards the door