One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Drive a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
- ‘This is encouraging people to drink and drive when the message is not to drink and drive at all.’
- ‘Men are almost three times more likely to drink and drive than women drivers, with 31% of men and 11% of women having driven while drunk.’
- ‘He added: ‘There is a hardcore of reckless drivers who continue to drink and drive.’’
- ‘The number of positive tests given after collisions is a stark reminder of just how dangerous it is to drink and drive.’
- ‘Alcohol impairs the senses, and people do all sorts of foolishness on the road when they drink and drive.’
- ‘He was very popular and not the type of lad to drink and drive or take drugs.’
- ‘Since then, the message has been remorselessly driven home: do not drink and drive.’
- ‘‘Nobody wants to be involved in such an accident but the chances are very high if you drink and drive,’ he said.’
- ‘But, despite Government publicity campaigns, including a series of shock TV commercials, some drivers are still willing to take a chance and drink and drive.’
- ‘He urged motorists to stick to speed limits, pay attention when driving, wear seatbelts at all times, never drink and drive and always drive according to road conditions.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.