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  1. driver:
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Detailed Translations for driver from English to French

driver:

driver [the ~] nom

  1. the driver
    le chauffeur; l'automobiliste; le conducteur; le pilote
  2. the driver (chauffeur)
    le chauffeur; le conducteur
  3. the driver (device driver)
    – Software that enables hardware or peripherals (such as a printer, mouse, or keyboard) to work with your computer or mobile device. 1

Translation Matrix for driver:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
automobiliste driver car owner; motorist
chauffeur chauffeur; driver charioteer; waggoner; wagoner
conducteur chauffeur; driver car owner; charioteer; conductor; engine driver; engineer; motorist; thermal conductor; train driver; waggoner; wagoner
pilote device driver; driver airman; aviator; captain; charioteer; flier; flyer; pilot; waggoner; wagoner
pilote de périphérique device driver; driver
- device driver; number one wood
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- beater
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
conducteur conductive

Related Words for "driver":


Synonyms for "driver":


Antonyms for "driver":

  • nondriver

Related Definitions for "driver":

  1. a golf club (a wood) with a near vertical face that is used for hitting long shots from the tee2
  2. (computer science) a program that determines how a computer will communicate with a peripheral device2
  3. the operator of a motor vehicle2
  4. a golfer who hits the golf ball with a driver2
  5. someone who drives animals that pull a vehicle2
  6. Software that enables hardware or peripherals (such as a printer, mouse, or keyboard) to work with your computer or mobile device.1

Wiktionary Translations for driver:

driver
noun
  1. program acting as interface between an application and hardware
  2. person who drives some other vehicle
  3. person who drives a motorized vehicle, such as a car or a bus
  4. one who drives something
driver
noun
  1. Celui, celle qui conduit une automobile.
  2. Celui qui conduit une automobile
  3. Celui qui conduit un automobile à des fins professionnelles
  4. Qui a les commandes d’un véhicule
  5. (Informatique) Logiciel permettant à un système d’exploitation de reconnaitre un certain matériel et de l’utiliser.
  6. informatique|fr Programme de gestion des échanges avec un périphérique.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
driver pilote stuurprogramma — een stuk software dat een verbinding legt tussen de hardware en het besturingssysteem
driver conducteur; chauffeur chauffeur — de bestuurder van een motorvoertuig
driver conducteur; chauffeur bestuurder — een persoon die een voertuig of andere machine bestuurt
driver automobiliste Autofahrer — jemand, der ein Auto lenken
driver conducteur Fahrer — jemand, der ein Fahrzeug steuern / lenken / bedienen / fahren
driver chauffeur Fahrer — jemand, der [1] beruflich macht
driver conductrice Fahrerin — weiblicher Fahrer eines Fahrzeugs
driver conducteur Führer — die Kurzform für den Fahrer eines Kraftfahrzeuges, siehe auch Fahrzeugführer
driver conducteur; chauffeur Lenkerkurz für: Fahrzeuglenker, die Person, die ein Fahrzeug steuert
driver pilote TreiberEDV: Datei, die die Kommunikation mit Hardware ermöglicht

drive:

to drive verbe (drives, drove, driving)

  1. to drive (ride; operate)
    conduire; diriger; piloter
    • conduire verbe (conduis, conduit, conduisons, conduisez, )
    • diriger verbe (dirige, diriges, dirigeons, dirigez, )
    • piloter verbe (pilote, pilotes, pilotons, pilotez, )
  2. to drive (urge; prompt)
    inciter; stimuler; aguillonner; mettre en marche; pousser; actionner
    • inciter verbe (incite, incites, incitons, incitez, )
    • stimuler verbe (stimule, stimules, stimulons, stimulez, )
    • aguillonner verbe
    • pousser verbe (pousse, pousses, poussons, poussez, )
    • actionner verbe (actionne, actionnes, actionnons, actionnez, )
  3. to drive (be at the wheel; steer)
    conduire; être au volant; tenir le volant
    • conduire verbe (conduis, conduit, conduisons, conduisez, )
  4. to drive (drive piles; ram)
    enfoncer des pilotis; enfoncer
    • enfoncer verbe (enfonce, enfonces, enfonçons, enfoncez, )
  5. to drive (drive horses)
  6. to drive (whip up; goad; stimulate; nettle; irritate)
    propulser; pousser en avant; aiguillonner
    • propulser verbe (propulse, propulses, propulsons, propulsez, )
    • aiguillonner verbe (aiguillonne, aiguillonnes, aiguillonnons, aiguillonnez, )
  7. to drive (incite; stimulate; excite)
    convier; stimuler; encourager à; exciter; presser; inviter; s'empresser
    • convier verbe (convie, convies, convions, conviez, )
    • stimuler verbe (stimule, stimules, stimulons, stimulez, )
    • exciter verbe (excite, excites, excitons, excitez, )
    • presser verbe (presse, presses, pressons, pressez, )
    • inviter verbe (invite, invites, invitons, invitez, )
    • s'empresser verbe
  8. to drive (ride)

Conjugations for drive:

present
  1. drive
  2. drive
  3. drives
  4. drive
  5. drive
  6. drive
simple past
  1. drove
  2. drove
  3. drove
  4. drove
  5. drove
  6. drove
present perfect
  1. have driven
  2. have driven
  3. has driven
  4. have driven
  5. have driven
  6. have driven
past continuous
  1. was driving
  2. were driving
  3. was driving
  4. were driving
  5. were driving
  6. were driving
future
  1. shall drive
  2. will drive
  3. will drive
  4. shall drive
  5. will drive
  6. will drive
continuous present
  1. am driving
  2. are driving
  3. is driving
  4. are driving
  5. are driving
  6. are driving
subjunctive
  1. be driven
  2. be driven
  3. be driven
  4. be driven
  5. be driven
  6. be driven
diverse
  1. drive!
  2. let's drive!
  3. driven
  4. driving
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

drive [the ~] nom

  1. the drive (motor; propulsion; propelling-force; force)
    le moteur; la propulsion; la traction; la mise en marche; l'actionnement; la poussée; la force propulsive
  2. the drive
  3. the drive
  4. the drive (trip; journey; excursion; )
    l'échappée; l'excursion; la promenade; l'incursion
  5. the drive (entranceway; access route)
    la montée; l'accès; la rampe; l'entrée; l'allée; la voie d'accès; la voie d'entrée
  6. the drive (thoroughness; energy; momentum; )
    l'énergie; l'âme; la force; l'ardeur; le caractère; la poussée; la propulsion; la vitalité; le ressort; le dynamisme
  7. the drive (excursion; trip; journey; )
    l'excursion; le tour; la sortie; le petit tour
  8. the drive (impetus; momentum)
    la poussée; la propulsion; la force propulsive
  9. the drive (urge; instinct; impulse)
    l'instinct; la pulsion; la tendance; l'impulsion
  10. the drive (boost; stimulus; incentive; )
    l'incitation; la stimulation; l'aiguillon; l'impulsion; le stimulus; la poussée; la force; le stimuli; l'encouragement; le piquant; le stimulant; la force propulsive
  11. the drive (man-hunt; battue)
    la battue; la rafle; la traque; la razzia
  12. the drive (ride)
    l'aller
  13. the drive (ride)
  14. the drive
    – An area of storage that is formatted with a file system and has a drive letter. The storage can be a floppy disk, a CD or DVD, a hard disk, or another type of disk. 1
    le lecteur
  15. the drive (disk drive; floppy disk drive)
    – A hardware device that reads data from and writes data to floppy disks. 1

Translation Matrix for drive:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
accès access route; drive; entranceway access; admission; admittance; apoplectic stroke; apoplexies; attacks; brain haemorrhage; cerebral haemorrhage; door; doorway; entrance; entrances; entry; front door; hit; nervous breakdown; seizures; street door; stroke; strokes
actionnement drive; force; motor; propelling-force; propulsion driving mechanism; driving unit
aiguillon boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; spur; stimulus encouraging; impelling; impulse; incitement; inciting; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill; turning on
aller drive; ride flight there; journey out; one-way; outward flight; outward journey; way there
allée access route; drive; entranceway access; access route; alley; approach; avenue; byway; country road; entranceway; feeder; feeder road; lane; path; supply route; track
ardeur drive; energy; gin; impetus; jenever; momentum; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; thoroughness ambition; ardor; ardour; aspirations; assiduity; assiduousness; craze; dedication; delight; desire; devotion; diligence; diligentness; disposition; ecstasy; effusiveness; enthusiasm; excitement; exuberance; fascination; fervor; fervour; fierceness; fieriness; fire; frenzy; heartiness; high spirits; highly strung; impetuosity; inclination; industriousness; industry; insistence; inspiration; intensity; interest; jittery; liveliness; lust; nature; nervousness; passion; proclivity; rankness; rapture; ravishment; rush; temper; temperament; tempestuousness; thoroughness; unruliness; urge; urgency; vehemence; verve; violence; vivacity; warmth; zeal; zest; élan
ballade en voiture drive; ride
battue battue; drive; man-hunt raid; round-up; swoop
caractère drive; energy; gin; impetus; jenever; momentum; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; thoroughness character; character description; character profile; character trait; characterisation; characteristic; characterization; disposition; feature; font; fount; frame of mind; hallmark; heart; humor; humour; inclination; mind; mood; nature; personality; quality; soul; temper; tendency; tenor; trend; type; typeface
dynamisme drive; energy; gin; impetus; jenever; momentum; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; thoroughness efficacy; gusto; lively; momentum; strongness; thoroughness; vigor; vigour; zest
encouragement boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; spur; stimulus cheer; cheers; comfort; consolation; encouragement; encouraging; help; impelling; impulse; incitement; inciting; putting on; relief; stay; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; support; switching on; thrill; turning on; turning up; urging; urging on
entrée access route; drive; entranceway Knights' Hall; access; admission; admittance; arrival; boarding; coming; door; doorstep; doorway; drawing-room; entering; entrance; entrance-hall; entry; first course; forecourt; foyer; hall; import; imports; incoming; middle room; porch; portal; reception-room; salon; starter; threshold; veranda; vestibule; waiting-room
exciter encouragement; motivation; stimulation; support
excursion drive; excursion; feat; journey; outing; passage; tour; trick; trip; voyage day out; excursion; expedition; hike; hiking tour; jaunt; journey; march; outing; pleasure-trip; ramble; tour; trip; voyage; wandering
force boost; drive; energy; gin; impetus; impulse; incentive; jenever; momentum; soul; spirit; spunk; spur; stimulus; strength; thoroughness authority; capacity; compulsion; courage; fervor; fervour; fiber; fibre; fierceness; force; fortitude; gusto; influence; intensity; power; pressure; robustness; strength; strongness; sturdiness; thoroughness; vehemence; vigor; vigour; violence; zest
force propulsive boost; drive; force; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; motor; propelling-force; propulsion; spur; stimulus propelling-force; propulsion; propulsive force
impulsion boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; instinct; momentum; spur; stimulus; urge blow; buffer; bump; bumper; caprice; craving; impulse; incitement; initiative; instigation; instinct; intuition; jab; nudge; punch; push; shove; start; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill; thrust; urging; whim
incitation boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; spur; stimulus bringing about; causing; cheers; encouragement; encouraging; help; impelling; impulse; incentive; incitement; inciting; instigation; putting on; stay; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; support; switching on; thrill; turning on; turning up; urging; urging on
inciter encouragement; motivation; stimulation; support
incursion drive; excursion; journey; outing; tour; trip; voyage breaking into; entering; penetrating into; penetration
instinct drive; impulse; instinct; urge caprice; impulse; instinct; intuition; natural drive; natural urge; whim
lecteur disk drive; drive; floppy disk drive player; reader
mise en marche drive; force; motor; propelling-force; propulsion cheers; connecting; driving mechanism; driving unit; encouragement; encouraging; help; putting on; stay; stimulation; support; switching on; turning on; turning up; urging; urging on
montée access route; drive; entranceway accretion; addition; ascension; ascent; climb; climbing; climbing up; climbing up in position; driving up; expansion; feeder; feeder road; growth; increase; promotion; riding up; rise; staircase; stairs; stairway; steps; supply route; take one's doctoral degree
moteur drive; force; motor; propelling-force; propulsion engine; motor
petit tour drive; excursion; feat; journey; passage; trick; trip; voyage excursion; hike; hiking tour; journey; outing; promenade; ramble; short walk; stroll; tour; tramp; trip; walk
piquant boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; spur; stimulus acrimony; malice; maliciousness; sarcasm; scorn; scornful tone; spiteful remark; spitefulness
poussée boost; drive; energy; force; gin; impetus; impulse; incentive; jenever; momentum; motor; propelling-force; propulsion; soul; spirit; spunk; spur; stimulus; strength; thoroughness ambition; aspirations; blow; buffer; bump; bumper; driving force; flow; force; influx; insistence; jab; motive power; nudge; propulsion; punch; push; pushing; rush; shove; squash; stampede; thrust; urgency
promenade drive; excursion; journey; outing; tour; trip; voyage esplanade; excursion; expedition; footpath; hike; hiking tour; journey; march; outing; pavement; pleasure-trip; promenade; ramble; short walk; sidewalk; stroll; tour; tramp; trip; voyage; walk
promenade à voiture drive
propulsion drive; energy; force; gin; impetus; jenever; momentum; motor; propelling-force; propulsion; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; thoroughness cheers; congestion; driving mechanism; driving unit; encouragement; encouraging; help; jam; locomotion; propelling; propelling-force; propulsion; propulsive force; pushing on; putting on; stagnation; stay; stimulation; support; switching on; turning on; turning up; urging; urging on
pulsion drive; impulse; instinct; urge
rafle battue; drive; man-hunt assault; attack; raid; round-up; run; rush; scaling; storming; swoop
rampe access route; drive; entranceway arm rest; banisters; bank; feeder; feeder road; guard-rail; hand support; hand-rail; inclination; incline; parapet; rail; slope; supply route; talus
razzia battue; drive; man-hunt assault; attack; raid; round-up; run; rush; scaling; storming; swoop
ressort drive; energy; gin; impetus; jenever; momentum; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; thoroughness coiled spring; defensibility; department; district of a judge; judical district; judicial district; jurisdiction; province; spiral spring; tenability; territorial jurisdiction; thoroughness
sortie drive; excursion; feat; journey; passage; trick; trip; voyage attacking; day out; exit; issue; way out
stimulant boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; spur; stimulus dope; drug; drugs; encouraging; impelling; impulse; incentive; incitement; inciting; iron-enriched drink; narcotics; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill; turning on
stimulation boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; spur; stimulus cheers; encouragement; encouraging; help; impelling; impulse; incentive; incitement; inciting; putting on; stay; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; support; switching on; thrill; turning on; turning up; urging; urging on
stimuler encouragement; motivation; stimulation; support
stimuli boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; spur; stimulus 1 stimulants; impulse; incitement; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill
stimulus boost; drive; impetus; impulse; incentive; momentum; spur; stimulus impulse; incentive; incitement; stimulant; stimulation; stimulus; thrill
tendance drive; impulse; instinct; urge drift; fashion; frame of mind; humor; humour; inclination; meaning; mood; orientation on; purport; sense; signification; temper; tendency; tendency toward; tenor; trend
tour drive; excursion; feat; journey; passage; trick; trip; voyage ability; adroitness; agility; art; avenue; castle-tower; circle; dealing with; dexterity; distance; excursion; expedition; game; gimmick; go; hike; hiking tour; inversion; journey; knack; lathe; making one's round; march; orbit; outing; path; prank; promenade; ramble; reach; revolution; ring; road; rotation; round; shenanigan; short walk; silly trick; skill; skyscraper; sleight of hand; small circle; stretch; stroll; tour; tour of inspection; tower; tower block; track; trail; tramp; trick; trip; turn; turret; voyage; walk; way
traction drive; force; motor; propelling-force; propulsion propelling-force; propulsion; propulsive force; tractive power
traque battue; drive; man-hunt raid; round-up; swoop
usage de la voiture drive
vitalité drive; energy; gin; impetus; jenever; momentum; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; thoroughness capacity for work; energy; growing-power; productivity; thoroughness; vital force; vital strength; vitality; work force
voie d'accès access route; drive; entranceway access; access road; access route; approach; entranceway; feeder; feeder road; supply route
voie d'entrée access route; drive; entranceway access; access route; approach; entranceway; feeder; feeder road; supply route
âme drive; energy; gin; impetus; jenever; momentum; soul; spirit; spunk; strength; thoroughness apparition; character; disposition; frame of mind; ghost; ghostly apparition; heart

Related Words for "drive":

  • driving, drivable, drives

Synonyms for "drive":


Antonyms for "drive":


Related Definitions for "drive":

  1. the act of applying force to propel something2
    • after reaching the desired velocity the drive is cut off2
  2. a journey in a vehicle (usually an automobile)2
    • he took the family for a drive in his new car2
  3. the act of driving a herd of animals overland2
  4. (sports) a hard straight return (as in tennis or squash)2
  5. hitting a golf ball off of a tee with a driver2
    • he sliced his drive out of bounds2
  6. a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end2
    • the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant2
  7. a wide scenic road planted with trees2
    • the riverside drive offers many exciting scenic views2
  8. a mechanism by which force or power is transmitted in a machine2
    • a variable speed drive permitted operation through a range of speeds2
  9. (computer science) a device that writes data onto or reads data from a storage medium2
  10. a road leading up to a private house2
  11. the trait of being highly motivated2
    • his drive and energy exhausted his co-workers2
  12. a physiological state corresponding to a strong need or desire2
  13. move into a desired direction of discourse2
    • What are you driving at?2
  14. hunting: chase from cover into more open ground2
    • drive the game2
  15. hunting: search for game2
    • drive the forest2
  16. cause to function by supplying the force or power for or by controlling2
    • The amplifier drives the tube2
    • steam drives the engines2
    • this device drives the disks for the computer2
  17. excavate horizontally2
    • drive a tunnel2
  18. hit very hard, as by swinging a bat horizontally2
    • drive a ball2
  19. strike with a driver, as in teeing off2
    • drive a golf ball2
  20. cause to move back by force or influence2
  21. cause to move rapidly by striking or throwing with force2
    • drive the ball far out into the field2
  22. push, propel, or press with force2
  23. force into or from an action or state, either physically or metaphorically2
    • He drives me mad2
  24. compel somebody to do something, often against his own will or judgment2
    • She finally drove him to change jobs2
  25. travel or be transported in a vehicle2
    • We drove to the university every morning2
  26. proceed along in a vehicle2
    • We drive the turnpike to work2
  27. operate or control a vehicle2
    • drive a car or bus2
    • Can you drive this four-wheel truck?2
  28. urge forward2
    • drive the cows into the barn2
  29. cause someone or something to move by driving2
    • She drove me to school every day2
    • We drove the car to the garage2
  30. move by being propelled by a force2
    • The car drove around the corner2
  31. strive and make an effort to reach a goal2
    • She is driving away at her doctoral thesis2
  32. work as a driver2
    • He drives a bread truck2
    • She drives for the taxi company in Newark2
  33. to compel or force or urge relentlessly or exert coercive pressure on, or motivate strongly2
    • She is driven by her passion2
  34. have certain properties when driven2
    • My new truck drives well2
  35. An area of storage that is formatted with a file system and has a drive letter. The storage can be a floppy disk, a CD or DVD, a hard disk, or another type of disk.1
  36. A hardware device that reads data from and writes data to floppy disks.1

Wiktionary Translations for drive:

drive
noun
  1. computing: mass-storage device
  2. psychology: desire or interest
verb
  1. convey (a person, etc) in a wheeled motorized vehicle
  2. to travel by operating a motorized vehicle
  3. compel (to do something)
  4. cause to become
  5. to motivate
  6. operate (a wheeled motorized vehicle)
  7. cause a mechanism to operate
  8. cause animals to flee out of
  9. move something by hitting it with great force
  10. herd (animals) in a particular direction
drive
verb
  1. toucher par un bout.
  2. mettre en mouvement une machine, un appareil, etc.
  3. se déplacer jusqu'à un endroit.
  4. mener, guider, diriger vers un lieu déterminé.
  5. accompagner quelqu’un pour lui montrer le chemin.
  6. marine|fr conduire un bâtiment de mer.
  7. Enfoncer en terre en laissant sortir une partie.
  8. Enfoncer un objet pointu.
  9. poursuivre ou rechercher avec obstination, avec ardeur.
  10. suivre quelqu’un avec application, avec ardeur, courir après quelqu’un dans le dessein de l’atteindre, de le prendre.
  11. Faire pression contre quelqu’un ou contre quelque chose, pour le déplacer ou l’ôter de sa place.
  12. Traductions à trier suivant le sens
  13. tirer avec la règle des lignes droites sur du papier, du parchemin, du carton, etc. cf|papier réglé.
  1. -
noun
  1. action d’inciter.
  2. Appareil ou logiciel de lecture (1)
  3. Espace de stockage réseau (2)
  4. faculté de prendre, de saisir.
  5. (vieilli) action de pousser.

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
drive conduire sturen — het stuur van een auto bedienen.
drive chauffer chaufferen — intr|nld een auto besturen
drive propulser; entraîner; actionner aandrijven — doen bewegen
drive vitesse; nombre de tours Drehzahl — Anzahl der Umdrehungen, die ein um eine Achse rotierender Körper in einer bestimmten Zeit zurücklegt
drive → besoin d'activité; ardeur au travail Tatendrang — das Verlangen, aktiv, tätig zu sein, etwas zu bewirken
drive exhorter antreiben — jemanden dazu motivieren, etwas zu tun
drive conduire chauffieren — ein Auto fahren, lenken, steuern, führen (meist, um jemanden zu transportieren)
drive conduire fahrenHilfsverb „haben“: ein Fahrzeug lenken bzw. führen
drive impulsion Antrieb — technische Vorrichtung, die etwas treiben, die etwas in Bewegung versetzt
drive pousser; mener treiben — dazu zwingen, sich in eine bestimmte Richtung zu bewegen

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