How do I say "drive"?
Excuse me, I am looking for the verb form of "drive", a synonym of, for example, "street", "avenue", or "lane".
And for the record, does "carril" mean lane?
unidad. And if you want to say the name of a street (ex. Brompoton), you would say Yo vivo en Brompton unidad.
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Yes, "carril" is "lane" in the sense of a lane in a street.
When you say you are looking for the verb form of "drive", do you mean the infinitive "to drive"?
I infer from context that you mean "drive" as a noun, such as "Rodeo Drive". I am not aware of a specific noun for that; there are the usuals: calle, avenida, búlevar.
Maybe someone can be of more help to you.
conducir - drive
(This is what I personally use)
Seems nobody read the question again. Sadly I can't answer it either as I've never seen (not even driven along) a street called "...... Drive" in a Spanish speaking environment. I suspect that the nearest equivalent is probably "Avenida" a little classier than a common street or road although, on the other hand, mostly longer than your average "Drive".
Sorry not to be more help.
ferrocarril is railroad!!!!
I use "manejar" for drive. "Carril" does mean "lane".
"Carril" means lane in the sense of the part of the road you drive on, e.g., "the fast lane".
There isn't an exact replacement for "drive" or "lane" in the sense of "small road". "Callejuela"" or "callejón"' might come close.