A drive-in is a facility (such as a restaurant, movie theater, or church) where one can literally drive in with an automobile for service. At a drive-in restaurant, for example, customers park their vehicles and are usually served by staff who walk or rollerskate out to take orders and return with food, encouraging diners to remain parked while they eat. Drive-in theaters have a large screen and a car parking area for film-goers.

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  • A drive-in is a facility (such as a restaurant, movie theater, or church) where one can literally drive in with an automobile for service. At a drive-in restaurant, for example, customers park their vehicles and are usually served by staff who walk or rollerskate out to take orders and return with food, encouraging diners to remain parked while they eat. Drive-in theaters have a large screen and a car parking area for film-goers. It is usually distinguished from a drive-through, in which drivers line up to make an order at a microphone set up at window height, and then drive to a window where they pay and receive their food. The drivers then take their meals elsewhere to eat. Notably however, during peak periods, patrons may be required to park in a designated parking spot and wait for their food to be directly served to them by an attendant walking to their car, resulting in the perceived relationship between the two service-types. In the German-speaking world, the term is now often used instead of "drive-through" for that kind of service. In Japan, the term refers to a rest area. In France, this term has become popular because of American movies showing that kind of service, and more recently due to the expansion of fast-food restaurants. The first drive-in restaurant was Kirby's Pig Stand, which opened in Dallas, Texas, in 1921. In North America, drive-in facilities of all types have become less popular since their heyday in the 1950s and 1960s, with drive-throughs rising to prominence since the 1970s and 1980s. (en)
  • In einem Drive-in werden Dienstleistungen angeboten, ohne dass der Kunde hierfür sein Auto verlassen muss. Beim Begriff Drive-in handelt es sich um einen Scheinanglizismus. Der eigentliche englische Begriff heißt Drive-through, verkürzt Drive-thru (zu englisch: drive[-]through/thru; von: [to] drive through/thru = „[hin]durchfahren“) im Gegensatz zu Drive-in (auf englisch: drive-in; zu: [to] drive in = „hineinfahren“, „[he]reinfahren“). Da „through“ für viele deutsche Muttersprachler unaussprechlich ist, wird in deutschsprachigen Ländern der Begriff „Drive-in“ verwendet. Der Begriff Drive-in bedeutet in den USA ein Schnellrestaurant, wo der Kunde im geparkten Auto bedient wird, oder ein Autokino. Heute sind letztere Einrichtungen eine Rarität. McDonald’s benutzt die eigene Schutzmarke McDrive, die nicht in den Vereinigten Staaten verwendet wird. (de)
  • El drive-in (también denominado drive-through o drive-thru) es un tipo de establecimiento de negocios, que en la mayoría de los casos es un restaurante de comida rápida. En este tipo de locales se puede ser servido sin la necesidad de salir del automóvil. El formato de este tipo de establecimiento se inventó en los años 40 en los EE. UU. (es)
  • Un drive-in è un locale pubblico (per esempio un ristorante, un cinema o un teatro) in cui si può ricevere il servizio rimanendo in automobile. Il primo ristorante drive-in fu il Kirby's Pig Stand, che aprì a Dallas nel 1921. Popolare tra i giovanissimi, il drive-in divenne uno dei simboli degli Stati Uniti degli anni 1950; vi sono riferimenti ai drive-in in film come Grease, F.B.I. - Operazione gatto e American Graffiti (che si apre proprio con una scena ambientata in uno di questi locali), La leggenda di Al, John e Jack, e in telefilm facenti riferimento a quell'epoca come ad esempio Happy Days, in cui l'Arnold's Drive-In è una delle principali location. Il primo drive-in italiano fu inaugurato il 30 agosto 1957 a Casal Palocco, sul litorale romano; lo schermo cinematografico, di 38 metri per 16, si affacciava su un'area complessiva di 60 mila metri quadrati per una capienza di 750 automobili, ognuna delle quali fornita di altoparlante da agganciare alla portiera. Il primo film a venire proiettato nell'impianto fu La nonna Sabella di Dino Risi. (it)
  • ドライブイン(英:drive-in)とは、自動車に乗車したままで乗り入れることのできる商業施設のことである。 (ja)
  • Een drive-in is een voorziening zoals een bank, restaurant, bioscoop of zelfs een kerk waar iemand letterlijk met een auto doorheen kan rijden om bediend te worden. In Engelssprekende landen wordt de term "drive-through" vaak gebruikt, of in de Amerikaanse spelling: "drive-thru". In Japan verwijst de term naar een rustplaats. In Nederland bieden alleen restaurants zoals McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken en Subway een drive-inservice aan. (nl)
  • O drive-in é um local de serviços que para obtê-los o cliente não precisa sair do carro. O termo drive-in é um pseudo-anglicismo. O termo original norte-americano é drive-through (ou drive-thru). Na Europa o termo drive-in se estabeleceu para descrever todos os serviços onde o cliente é servido ficando sentado no carro. Estes serviços são oferecidos por bancos, farmácias supermercados, cinemas e redes de fast-food, como Burger King ou a marca McDrive da McDonald's ou em restaurantes take-away. Nos Estados Unidos da América o termo drive-in é empregado para serviços no qual o cliente é encorajado a (no caso de fast-food) consumir o produto enquanto fica estacionado no local. O termo drive-through é empregado para serviços no qual o cliente é encorajado a deixar o local com o carro e a comida. No Brasil o termo drive-in é também um local destinado a realização do ato sexual dentro de um carro. A prática é realizada por pessoas que tem o fetiche de transar dentro do carro num local permitido, visto que praticar sexo em via pública é crime. (pt)
  • 得來速(音譯自Drive-through或Drive-thru)是一種商業服務,常見於餐廳,顧客可以留在車內取得服務。點餐時,商品或服務會藉由一扇窗戶或麥克風提供,而顧客仍然在他們的車內。這種形式的服務最先出現在1930年代的美國,從此後便傳遍全世界。 (zh)
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  • El drive-in (también denominado drive-through o drive-thru) es un tipo de establecimiento de negocios, que en la mayoría de los casos es un restaurante de comida rápida. En este tipo de locales se puede ser servido sin la necesidad de salir del automóvil. El formato de este tipo de establecimiento se inventó en los años 40 en los EE. UU. (es)
  • ドライブイン(英:drive-in)とは、自動車に乗車したままで乗り入れることのできる商業施設のことである。 (ja)
  • Een drive-in is een voorziening zoals een bank, restaurant, bioscoop of zelfs een kerk waar iemand letterlijk met een auto doorheen kan rijden om bediend te worden. In Engelssprekende landen wordt de term "drive-through" vaak gebruikt, of in de Amerikaanse spelling: "drive-thru". In Japan verwijst de term naar een rustplaats. In Nederland bieden alleen restaurants zoals McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken en Subway een drive-inservice aan. (nl)
  • 得來速(音譯自Drive-through或Drive-thru)是一種商業服務,常見於餐廳,顧客可以留在車內取得服務。點餐時,商品或服務會藉由一扇窗戶或麥克風提供,而顧客仍然在他們的車內。這種形式的服務最先出現在1930年代的美國,從此後便傳遍全世界。 (zh)
  • A drive-in is a facility (such as a restaurant, movie theater, or church) where one can literally drive in with an automobile for service. At a drive-in restaurant, for example, customers park their vehicles and are usually served by staff who walk or rollerskate out to take orders and return with food, encouraging diners to remain parked while they eat. Drive-in theaters have a large screen and a car parking area for film-goers. (en)
  • In einem Drive-in werden Dienstleistungen angeboten, ohne dass der Kunde hierfür sein Auto verlassen muss. Beim Begriff Drive-in handelt es sich um einen Scheinanglizismus. Der eigentliche englische Begriff heißt Drive-through, verkürzt Drive-thru (zu englisch: drive[-]through/thru; von: [to] drive through/thru = „[hin]durchfahren“) im Gegensatz zu Drive-in (auf englisch: drive-in; zu: [to] drive in = „hineinfahren“, „[he]reinfahren“). Da „through“ für viele deutsche Muttersprachler unaussprechlich ist, wird in deutschsprachigen Ländern der Begriff „Drive-in“ verwendet. (de)
  • Un drive-in è un locale pubblico (per esempio un ristorante, un cinema o un teatro) in cui si può ricevere il servizio rimanendo in automobile. Il primo ristorante drive-in fu il Kirby's Pig Stand, che aprì a Dallas nel 1921. Popolare tra i giovanissimi, il drive-in divenne uno dei simboli degli Stati Uniti degli anni 1950; vi sono riferimenti ai drive-in in film come Grease, F.B.I. - Operazione gatto e American Graffiti (che si apre proprio con una scena ambientata in uno di questi locali), La leggenda di Al, John e Jack, e in telefilm facenti riferimento a quell'epoca come ad esempio Happy Days, in cui l'Arnold's Drive-In è una delle principali location. (it)
  • O drive-in é um local de serviços que para obtê-los o cliente não precisa sair do carro. O termo drive-in é um pseudo-anglicismo. O termo original norte-americano é drive-through (ou drive-thru). Na Europa o termo drive-in se estabeleceu para descrever todos os serviços onde o cliente é servido ficando sentado no carro. Estes serviços são oferecidos por bancos, farmácias supermercados, cinemas e redes de fast-food, como Burger King ou a marca McDrive da McDonald's ou em restaurantes take-away. (pt)
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