Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Driver"

The meaning of "Driver" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The other drivers were nettled about the ease with which our car ascended the tortuous road. mean?
A: (nettled about = annoyed because of) (nettled about the ease= annoyed because of how easy an action is completed)
Q: What does Recently, drivers have reported numerous problems with company vehicles, most of which are outdated. mean?
A: company vehicles - the vehicles that the company owns, and lets people, probably their employees drive.

outdated - old, obsolete

Recently, the people that drive the vehicles owned by the company have reported many problems with the vehicles, most of which are old-fashioned when compared to modern vehicles.

*I keep editing that last part, I don't know the best way to word that.
Q: What does the driver did donuts mean?
A: https://youtu.be/R1Va2gYQ7sg
Q: What does If we need to tip the driver or your guide or restaurant...

(What does tip mean here???) mean?
A: money to give as reward of a service
Q: What does the younger drivers speeding down the road mean?
A: speeding= driving too fast

Example sentences using "Driver"

Q: Please show me example sentences with The driver of the grader claimed that he could aligning unsurfaced earthen roads..
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me example sentences with driver's license.
A: The police officer asked for my driver’s license after pulling me over.

I needed to renew my driver’s license.

I passed the driver’s test, meaning I had received my driver’s license.

Often times driver’s license is referred to simply as a license.
It allows you to drive legally.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I want to join with them.But it's not do that because I don't take the drivers licence…shit:( .
A: I don't really understand your question, but I will try to help you the best I can!

Example 1:
I want to join them, but I haven't took my drivers license test.

Example 2:
I want to join them, but I don't have my drivers license yet.

Synonyms of "Driver" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I got a driver's license. and I got my driver's license. ?
A: In general everyday speech they mean the same thing.
Otherwise, I got my driver’s license would suggest you already had it and went somewhere to physically get it.
Q: What is the difference between The driver narrowly averted a crash. and The driver hardly averted a crash. ?
A: : In both situations the driver put a big effort in averting the accident, but in both situations the fate, the destiny did the rest to prevent the accident from happening. In the sentence with 'narrowly' the pitch is on a stroke of benevolent good luck that said 'you are safe, Joe, all's well that ends well' with a smiling face. In the sentence with 'hardly' the pitch is on an upset good luck that said 'look, Joe, you are safe now, but you know, this time you abused my kindness' with an upset face. Recapping, in these two sentences 'narrowly' and 'hardly' convey a different idea about what was the 'mood' of the fate that helped the driver avert the accident. So, to answer your last question, both the sentences are correct, but they convey a slightly different pitch.
Technically speaking, narrowly talks about a very tiny difference, while hardly talks about an almost not existing difference (implying the difference is very tiny). So, in a way, while narrowly is kind of neutral about the difference, in that it reports the difference is tiny, instead hardly says the difference is almost nonexistent, in that the importance is not the difference but that the quantities should be thought of as essentially the same to all practical purposes.
Q: What is the difference between The driver can be downloaded at this website. and The driver can be downloaded from this website. ?
A: As I see it. I don't think there really is a real important difference between the two. I would say that the correct form of this phrase would be : The driver can be downloaded at this website. The other form is also correct but it implies that the specific driver you are speaking about can ONLY be downloaded FROM that website.
Q: What is the difference between driver's licence and driver's permit ?
A: Permit is usually for people under 18, they can't drive on their own, there has to be a license barer in the car. The permit doesn't allow driving at night, in snow, in rain, etc. While a license allows you to do all that (over age of 18)

Translations of "Driver"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (Talking to a driver)

Please don't me off here. A little farther please.
A: Further can also be used.
It means that it’s necessary for you to go farther on the road or farther on the driveway.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I’m a driver, a policeman stops me on road side to look up my vehicle, if he asks me questions about my car license, registration ...... may I reply him « My car is in law sir » or «  my car is in rule sir » or other sentence 😁
Thanks
A: no, but you can say "everything is by the book"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i am a driver so can u give me some ways to pick up customer .i always say "hey,do u wanna go somewhere?" its not natural,is it?
A: I think you could say:

“Hello, where would you like me to take you?”

OR

“Hello, where would you like to go?”

These are just a few suggestions, hope this helps!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the other driver rear-ended me at a red light.
A: A driver rear-ended me at a red light
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? driver
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Other questions about "Driver"

Q: the driver's license test was excessively intense for me. Does this sound natural?
A: It depends on the context. This is a very formal way to say it.
Q: I will explain how to take driver's license in this country. Does this sound natural?
A: @kinchina: i will explain the procedure to obtain a driver's license in this country
Q: did you get the driver's liscense okay?
A: yes right👍
Q: I'm working as a driver. I deliver bedding things to customers. Does this sound natural?
A: Very clear and good.
Maybe just the word "things" needs to improve a little. (Sorry if I didn't hear that part well)
Q: The driver ignored traffic light. (I mean when he didn't stop at red light.)
Does this sound natural?
A: The driver ignored the traffic light.

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