drive–up

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adjective \ˈdrīv-ˌəp\

Definition of drive–up

  1. :  designed to allow patrons or customers to be served while remaining in their automobiles <a drive–up window>

1952

First Known Use of drive–up

1952


DRIVE–UP Defined for English Language Learners

drive–up

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adjective \ˈdrīv-ˌəp\

Definition of drive–up for English Language Learners

  • : designed to allow people to remain in their cars while being served


DRIVE–UP Defined for Kids

drive–up

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adjective \ˈdrīv-ˌəp\

Definition of drive–up for Students

  1. :  set up to allow customers to be served while they stay in their vehicles


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