drive


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to drive: drive time, Docs, Sky Drive

drive

/run into the ground
To belabor (an issue or a subject).
See:
References in periodicals archive ?
-Converse Drive: Rehabilitate approximately 3,017 SY of Converse Drive from University Drive to the cul-de-sac.
Take a look at the drive wheel hub for oil leaks and loose or missing mounting bolts.
Tasked with coming up with an emissions drive cycle and curious about the magnitude of a problem known as "cold start," they asked the EMT's inventors to drive the device on the dyno and report back.
Finite Solutions Inc, 4769 Highland Park Drive, Slinger, WI, 53086-9441 tel: 262/644-0785 fax: 262/364-2537#
It is a romantic drive through fragrant vineyards and orchards that bloom near the sculptured cliffs of Niagara Gorge.
There is a common misconception that native Fibre Channel devices can outperform SCSI drives. The reality is that the type of external interface used by the drive does not change its ability to write or read data to tape.
Prior to the introduction of the notebook-use disc drive, Panasonic will ship samples of the half-height (41.3-mm) desktop version in October and start volume production by January 2006.
"The strength of Momentus 5400 Full Disk Encryption is the fact that it is hardware-based, performing all of the cryptographic functions within the drive," said Daniel Good, vice president, advanced market concepts, Seagate Technology.
"Being able to save pictures on my drive has really paid off," said Schuetz.
We need a 4,000-hp shredder drive and are very price conscious.
Knoedler's CMG drive consists of four three-phase AC motors that transmit power via a pinion shaft to a central gear with a hollow shaft and thrust bearing.
A hydraulic direct drive system consists of a sound insulated power unit (electric motor, pump, oil tank/filters and a control system) connected by flexible hoses and/or steel pipes to a high torque, low speed (variable) hydraulic motor (figure 1).
While backups are traditionally the mainstay of recapturing and restoring lost data, they are not foolproof for restoring failed drives; the last day's data is generally missing and the damaged portions of the drive that are faithfully being backed up are of no value when restored.
The price is easy, too: $150 for the drive and $30 for each tape,
Randall Schapiro, neurologist and director of the Fairview MS Center in Minneapolis, says "probably most people with MS can drive without much difficulty."