Translation of driver in Spanish:
- 1 (of car, truck, bus)conductor, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)
chofer or (Spain) chófer (masculine and feminine)(of racing car) piloto (masculine and feminine)(of carriage) cochero (masculine)(of cart) carretero (masculine)(of train) (British English)cab driver drivers are asked to avoid this area
maquinista (masculine and feminine)se ruega a los automovilistas que eviten circular por esta zonashe's a good drivermaneja or (Spain) conduce bienExample sentences
- He proposed the council give incentives to taxi drivers to convert their vehicles to liquefied petroleum gas, which is much cleaner.
- The arrests came after the police received reports that a gang of youths were allegedly hurling racist abuse at taxi drivers and damaging vehicles.
- If he's a student, a daily driver probably drives a vehicle that used to belong to his parents.
- 2 (in golf club)madera (feminine) número 1Example sentences
- If you hit 10 golf balls at the driving range with your driver, you'll improve by the eighth swing or so.
- I always use the same six clubs, working my way up from the sand wedge to the driver.
- Some of the greens were so steeply sloped that the ball didn't stop, and you had to get your driver out to putt it back uphill.
driver (masculine)Example sentences
- It will include desktops and laptops, plus printers, scanners, CD-ROM drivers and software when bought in the same transaction as the computer.
- It is also working to add various hardware device drivers to the operating system.
- It means you can put exactly the same bundle of applications, drivers and operating system onto any machine and be certain there won't be problems.
- 4(agent, cause) propulsor, (-sora) (masculine, feminine)the drivers of changelos propulsores de cambioExample sentences
- Falling global inflation and strong domestic growth were the main drivers of exceptional investment returns in the 1980s and 1990s.
- Business investment was again the main driver, along with net exports and housing.
- Tony Blair promised to be tough on the causes of crime but two of the main drivers of crime are alcohol and drugs.
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