drive-in

[ drahyv-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF drive-in

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DRIVE-IN

On the drive-in, Adine stopped the car while Davy invoiced his available cash at sixty-five dollars.

And this drive-in grocery that I was talking about, if you remember there—I think I had seen her there.

As soon as possible, however, a shop which is large enough to have a drive-in should be rented or built.

A drive-in is also convenient if a customer leaves his car while his battery is being repaired.

As soon as growth of business permits, a shop should have a drive-in, so that the customer may bring his car off the street.

The guy at the drive-in made a positive identification; it's the one he sold Fleming.

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