|1960s dance, act like a monkey; imitate a monkey; make mischief, clown around, dupe, mimic, mischievous child, nonhuman primate, pile driver ram, type of agile tree-dwelling mammal of the order Primates (not including humanoid apes, lemurs, or humans);...||monkey|
|a streetcar or subway driver, someone whose occupation is to drives a car; man who transports merchandise; one who drives a streetcar or train (dated); streetcar attendant or conductor (dated)||carman|
|act of stealing an automobile from its driver by using force or making threats, hijacking a car||carjacking|
|area in the front of the passenger cabin of a car where the speed indicator and the controls to air vents and other systems are located, mudguard on carriage, panel in front of driver||dashboard|
|barterer, transportation manager, truck driver, truck driver; person whose profession is transport by trucking; vegetable grower, truck farmer||trucker|
|bicycle or motorcycle rider, driver of a getaway vehicle, driver of vehicle, helmsman, wheelsman||wheelman|
|box where carriage driver sits, seat in theater or stadium box||box seat|
|brake light, brake lights, light on the rear of an automobile that lights up when the driver steps on the brake pedal; traffic light, vehicle rear light activated by brake||stoplight|
|bullbat, insect-feeding nightjar, mosquito hawk, night owl, night worker; night driver; person who is typically awake late at night; type of nocturnal insect-eating bird with grayish-brown feathers, goatsucker (Zoology)||nighthawk|
|cabdriver, Gene Hackman (born in 1930 as Eugene Alden Hackman), American award-winning actor and producer; family name, hired driver, taxi driver, one who drives a hackney||hackman|
|camel driver; soldier mounted on a camel, camel-driver||cameleer|
|cart driver, man that drives a cart for carrying heavy loads||drayman|
|carter, coachman; trucker, member of the Teamsters Union, somebody who drives a team of animals, truck driver||teamster|
|chariot driver, one who drives a chariot (two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage used for fighting and racing), ride a chariot (two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage used for fighting and racing)||charioteer|
|customized car with low chassis, driver of low rider||low rider|
|disobeying a rider or driver||hardmouthed|
|drag-racing car, driver of drag-racing car, race car (Slang)||dragster|
|drive somebody, driver of a private motor car, hired driver, work as the driver of a private vehicle; transport persons in a vehicle||chauffeur|
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