Green’s Dictionary of Slang

drive v.1

[late 17C–18C; 1920s+] (US black) of a man, to have sexual intercourse.

SE in slang uses

In phrases

drive on (v.)

1. [1950s+] (orig. US black) to hit hard and without warning.

2. [1960s+] (US) to trick, to deceive.

drive one’s hogs (to market) (v.)

[early 18C–19C] to snore.

drive (one’s) pigs to market (v.) (also drive the pigs home)

[18C+] to snore.

drive on the other side of the road (v.)

[1990s+] to be homosexual.

drive tab (v.)

[late 18C–early 19C] to go out for a drive with one’s family.

drive the car (v.)

see under car n.

drive the (porcelain) bus (v.)

[1970s+] (US campus) to vomit, spec. when hugging the circular (i.e. steering-wheel-shaped) lavatory bowl and vomiting therein.