drive-in
drive-in drive-in a. arranged to allow business to be transacted while patrons remain in their vehicles; as, a drive-in window at a bank.

Syn: drive-through. [WordNet 1.5]


The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • Drive-in — Apotheke In einem Drive in werden Dienstleistungen angeboten, ohne dass der Kunde hierfür sein Auto verlassen muss. Beim Begriff Drive in handelt es sich um einen Pseudoanglizismus (zwar englisch, aber nicht britisch englisch). Der originale… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Drive In — In einem Drive in werden Dienstleistungen angeboten, ohne dass der Kunde hierfür sein Auto verlassen muss. Beim Begriff Drive in handelt es sich um einen Scheinanglizismus. Der originale amerikanische Begriff ist Drive through oder Drive thru… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Drive-in — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Una entrada a un restaurante de tipo drive thru. El drive in (también denominado drive through o drive thru) es un tipo de establecimiento de negocios, que en la mayoría de los casos es un restaurante de comida… …   Wikipedia Español

  • drive-in — n. any installation designed to accommodate patrons while staying in their automobiles; especially an outdoor movie theater in which patrons park in their vehicles to watch the movie. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Drive-in — For the 1964 pop song, see Drive In (song). Drive in theater in Neu Isenburg, Germany A drive in is a facility such as a bank, restaurant, or movie theater where one can literally drive in with an automobile for service. It is usually… …   Wikipedia

  • Drive-in — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Le drive in ou ciné parc désigne au cinéma un type de salle apparu en 1933 dans laquelle les spectateurs regardent les films assis dans leur voiture. Par… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • drive-in — {adj.}/{n.} A kind of movie theater, fast food restaurant, or church, where the customers, spectators, or worshippers do not leave their automobiles but are served the food inside their cars, can watch a motion picture from inside their cars, or… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • drive-in — {adj.}/{n.} A kind of movie theater, fast food restaurant, or church, where the customers, spectators, or worshippers do not leave their automobiles but are served the food inside their cars, can watch a motion picture from inside their cars, or… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • drive-in — /druyv in /, n. 1. a motion picture theater, refreshment stand, bank, or other public facility designed to accommodate patrons in their automobiles. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of such an establishment: Drive in business far… …   Universalium

  • drive-in — noun a) A business where movies are projected onto a huge outdoor screen, and patrons remain in their vehicles, listening either by a speaker or a designated radio frequency. The teen agers went down to the drive in to order some hamburgers and… …   Wiktionary

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