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[drahyv-uhp] /ˈdraɪvˌʌp/
serving or accessible to customers who drive up in their cars:
a drive-up taco stand; a drive-up window at a bank.
Origin of drive-up
adj. use of verb phrase drive up Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • drive-up decorators streamline an old obstacle course.
  • There will be a drive-up drop box at the new location.
  • All campsites are drive-up and allow a maximum of two vehicles.
  • The applicant intends to build a proposed shopping center and a drive-in restaurant with a drive-up lane and service window.
  • Dogs are permitted in parking lots and drive-up campgrounds and on roadways and paved pathways only.
  • For your convenience, a drop box is located at the drive-up window where payments may be placed after hours.
  • The owner told police that someone entered the restaurant by breaking the drive-up window.

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