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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Household
drivewaydrive‧way /ˈdraɪvweɪ/ ●●○ noun [countable]  DHthe hard area or road between your house and the street syn drive
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drivewayThe codes govern everything from how wide a driveway can be to how far back from the street something can be built.At the end of t he meandering driveway looms a towering, ruggedly stylish home and a towering, rugged lawyer.There is no cover for damage to terraces, patios, driveways, footpaths, garden walls and hedges.Twin doors approached via a shared driveway.It makes me want to go out and shovel the dust out of the driveway.And so, with a sigh, he pulled out of the driveway, then stared down the narrow one-way street.On the driveway up to the house, a Victorian mansion, two men are striding purposefully.So I walk down the uncleared driveway, feeling the cold snow crunch under the feet.
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