also drive-thru n
a restaurant, bank etc where you can be served without getting out of your car

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  • drive-through — ˈdrive through adjective [only before a noun] a drive through bank, restaurant etc is one that you can use without getting out of your car: • drive through pizza restaurants drive through noun [countable] * * * drive through UK US (US INFORMAL… …   Financial and business terms

  • drive-through — drive ,through1 adjective a drive through restaurant, bank, etc. is one where you are served through a window without leaving your car drive through drive ,through 2 noun count a restaurant, bank, etc. that serves you through a special window so… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • drive-through — a. arranged to allow business to be transacted or sights to be seen while patrons remain in their vehicles; as, a drive through car wash; a drive through safari park. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • drive-through — (adj.) 1949 (in an advertisement for the Beer Vault Drive Thru in Ann Arbor, Michigan), from DRIVE (Cf. drive) (v.) + THROUGH (Cf. through) …   Etymology dictionary

  • drive-through — [drīv′thro͞o΄] adj. 1. designating or of a window from which service is provided to those driving through in their motor vehicles 2. of a restaurant, bank, etc. or its employee that provides such a service [a drive through teller] n. such a… …   English World dictionary

  • Drive-through — For the 2007 film, see Drive Thru (film). For the Tenacious D song, see Tenacious D (album). For the auto racing penalty, see Drive through (auto racing). Maid Rite in Springfield, Illinois, is one claimant of the first drive thru window …   Wikipedia

  • drive-through — /druyv throoh /, n. 1. the act of driving through a specified locality or place, esp. driving into a place of business, completing a transaction from one s car, and driving out: a quick drive through of Beverly Hills; The bank has outside tellers …   Universalium

  • drive-through — I. adjective also drive thru ˈ ̷ ̷ ˌ ̷ ̷ Etymology: from the phrase drive through 1. : drive up herein 2. : designed …   Useful english dictionary

  • drive-through — 1. adjective a) Of an establishment, providing service to occupants of automobiles while still in their still running vehicle. I switched banks so that I could use a drive through branch near my home. b) Of a feature of such an establishment… …   Wiktionary

  • drive-through — I UK / US adjective a drive through restaurant, bank etc is one where you are served through a window without leaving your car II UK / US noun [countable] Word forms drive through : singular drive through plural drive throughs a restaurant, bank… …   English dictionary

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