Wednesday, April 23, 2008


Word: Drive-ins(AKA Drive-through)
Definition: An establishment (as a theater or restaurant) so laid out that patrons can be accommodated while remaining in their automobiles
Sentence: Since we were in a rush, we decided to just grab something from a drive-in restaurant.
Origin: 1925–30, Americanism; n., adj. use of v. phrase drive in

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1 comment:

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