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drive–through

adjective \ˈdrīv-ˌthrü\

Definition of drive–through



1949

First Known Use of drive–through

1949

Variants of drive–through

also

drive–thru

\ˈdrīv-ˌthrü\

2

drive–through

noun

Simple Definition of drive–through

  • : a business (such as a bank or restaurant) that is designed so that customers can be served while remaining in their cars; also : the window from which people are served

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of drive–through

  1. :  a drive-through establishment (as a restaurant or bank); also :  the drive-through window at such an establishment

1949

First Known Use of drive–through

1949

Variants of drive–through

also

drive–thru


DRIVE–THROUGH Defined for Kids

drive–through

adjective \ˈdrīv-ˌthrü\

Definition of drive–through for Students




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