Idiom “Drive home” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Drive home


Literally this means to hammer a nail etc. as far as it can go, that is all the way. Metaphorically, it means to emphasize a point. 

The teacher spoke to the students on the first day of school and drove home the fact that they would have to work very hard as it was their final year. 

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