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driver's license

a permit, as one issued by a state's motor vehicle bureau, that allows the holder to drive a motor vehicle on public roads.
Origin of driver's license
1940-45 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The officer took my driver's license, stepped away from the car to write up the ticket-then hastily returned.
  • He tutors me on how to display the badge and my driver's license for checkpoint inspection.
  • Apparently it's difficult to get a driver's license in some places.
  • For many jobs, a demonstrated understanding of scientific method should be made as important as having a valid driver's license.
  • If you don't, a car and a driver's license is enough to be self-employed.
  • The driver's license is the initiation rite into adulthood.
  • My driver's license gets me past the first few checkpoints.
  • Many of them are immigrants who cannot get a driver's license in the state.
  • Later, a piece of her driver's license was provided, to similar purpose.
  • When hailing a cab from a public place, be sure that the driver's license is clearly displayed.

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