Drive

Science / Psychiatry / Drive: Basic urge, instinct, motivation; a term used to avoid confusion with the more purely biological concept of instinct.

Other Words for Drive

Drive Verb Synonyms: stab, plunge, thrust, sink, push, send, dig, ram
Drive Noun Synonyms: push, propel, impel, urge, press, thrust, move, motivate, actuate, prod, spur, goad, urge, force, make, compel, coerce, constrain, oblige, pressure or pressurize, high-pressure, induce, require, demand
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Chain Drive

Technology / Motorcycle / Chain Drive: Chain Drive is a method to transmit power from the transmission to the rear wheel of the motorcycle using a chain. The chain is much like that on a bicycle requiring periodic lubrication -- a messy jo MORE

Final Drive

Technology / Motorcycle / Final Drive: Means of transmitting power to the driven wheel, usually by chain, shaft, or belt. MORE

No Drive No Five

Entertainment / Bowling / No Drive No Five: An expression meaning that to take out the five pin on a pocket hit, the ball must drive through the deflection from the headpin to hit the five pin. MORE

Ribbon Driver

Technology / Home Audio / Ribbon Driver: The ribbon tweeter driver is a very thin corrugated aluminum 'voice coil' hanging freely like a streamer in a side-by-side magnetic field. A ribbon is actually a type of dynamic driver, in which the v MORE

Zip Drive

Technology / Computers / Zip Drive: An external drive that supports 100MB magnetic media on a 3.5 inch removable drive. MORE

Electrostatic Driver

Technology / Home Audio / Electrostatic Driver: The Electrostatic Driver generates a motive force for its diaphragm by the interaction of electric rather than magnetic fields as is the case for the dynamic driver. The electrostatic driver is basica MORE

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