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draw /drɔː $ drɒː/ verb (past tense drew /druː/, past participle drawn /drɔːn $ drɒːn/)
draw noun [countable]

Irregular Forms: (drawn)(drew)


Direct Read After Write ، برات کشیدن ، چک کشیدن ، مساوی ، رویارویی دو حریف در اغار (لاکراس) ، حذف اسب از دور مسابقه ، کشیدن زه ، رسم کردن ، بیرون کشیدن ، دریافت کردن ، کشش ، قرعه کشیدن ، قرعه کشی ، علوم مهندسی: طویل کردن کشش ، کامپیوتر: خواندن مستقیم پس از نوشتن ، قانون ـ فقه: کشیدن ، بازرگانی: کشیده شدن عهده ، ورزش: تیر در چله کمان گذاشتن
الکترونیک: Direct Read After Write، خواندن مستقیم پس از نوشتن ، کامپیوتر: برات کشیدن ، کشیده شدن عهده ، تجارت خارجی: رسم کردن ، کشیدن ، طویل کردن کشش ، علوم مهندسی: چک کشیدن ، کشیدن ، حقوق: مساوی ، رویارویی دو حریف در اغار ، لاکراس : ضربه ای که باعث برگشتن گوی بیلیارد پس از برخورد می شود ، حذف اسب از دور مسابقه ، کشیدن زه ، تیر در چله کمان گذاشتن ، ورزشی: کشیدن ، رسم کردن ، بیرون کشیدن ، دریافت کردن ، کشش ، قرعه کشیدن ، قرعه کشی

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

draw
[verb]
Synonyms:
- sketch, depict, design, map out, mark out, outline, paint, portray, trace
- pull, drag, haul, tow, tug
- take out, extract, pull out
- attract, allure, elicit, entice, evoke, induce, influence, invite, persuade
- deduce, derive, infer, make, take
[noun]
Synonyms:
- attraction, enticement, lure, pull (informal)
- tie, dead heat, deadlock, impasse, stalemate
Contrasted words: propel, push, shove, thrust, drive, impel, move, loss, win
Related Words: bring, fetch, educe, elicit, evoke, extract, smoke, inhale, dead heat, photo finish, standstill
English Thesaurus: attraction, appeal, the lure of something, charm, glamour, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. draw1 S1 W1 /drɔː $ drɒː/ verb (past tense drew /druː/, past participle drawn /drɔːn $ drɒːn/)
[Language: Old English; Origin: dragan]

1. PICTURE [intransitive and transitive] to produce a picture of something using a pencil, pen etc:
Katie had drawn a cottage with a little stream running next to it.
She asked the little girl to draw a picture of the man she’d spoken to.
Keith was drawing a complicated-looking graph.
I’ve never been able to draw very well.
draw somebody something
Can you draw me a map of how to get there?

2. draw (sb’s) attention to make someone notice something
draw (sb’s) attention to
I have been asked to draw your attention to the following points.
A dark house can draw attention to the fact that the house is empty.
draw attention to yourself
He didn’t want to draw attention to himself.
The case drew international attention.

3. draw a conclusion to decide that a particular fact or principle is true according to the information you have been given
draw a conclusion from
It would be unwise to draw firm conclusions from the results of a single survey.

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In everyday English, people usually say reach a conclusion or come to a conclusion.

4. draw a comparison/parallel/distinction etc to compare two people or things and show how they are similar or different
draw a comparison/parallel/distinction etc between
The author draws a comparison between East and West Germany and the North-South divide in England.
The report draws a distinction between various forms of health care.

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In everyday English, people usually say make a comparison or distinction (but NOT make a parallel).

5. GET A REACTION [transitive] to get a particular kind of reaction from someone
draw something from somebody
His remarks drew an angry response from Democrats.
draw praise/criticism
The movie drew praise from critics.

6. ATTRACT [transitive] to attract someone or make them want to do something
draw somebody to something
What first drew you to teaching?
Beth felt strangely drawn to this gentle stranger.
The festival is likely to draw huge crowds.

7. GET SOMETHING YOU NEED [transitive] to get something that you need or want from someone or something
draw something from something
I drew a lot of comfort from her kind words.
Plants draw nourishment from the soil.

8. GIVE INFORMATION be drawn [usually in negatives] to give information in reply to questions about something:
She refused to be drawn on the subject.

9. MOVE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to move in a particular direction:
She drew away, but he pulled her close again.
The boat drew alongside us and a man appeared on the deck.
I arrived just as the train was drawing into the station.

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In everyday English, people usually use pull rather than draw:
The train was pulling into the station.

10. draw near/closer to become closer in time or space:
Maria grew anxious as the men drew closer.
Christmas is drawing near.

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In everyday English, people usually say get nearer/closer:
Christmas is getting nearer.

11. draw level to move into a position where you are equal to someone else in a race, game, or competition:
Black drew level with the other runners.

12. PULL SOMEBODY/SOMETHING [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to move someone or something in a particular direction by pulling them gently
draw somebody/something aside/up/across etc
Bobby drew a chair up to the table.
Hussain drew me aside to whisper in my ear.
draw the curtains/a blind etc (=close them by pulling them gently)

13. PULL A VEHICLE [transitive] if an animal draws a vehicle, it pulls it along:
a carriage drawn by six horses
an ox-drawn cart

14. TAKE SOMETHING OUT [transitive] to take something out of a container, pocket etc
draw something out/from something
Ali reached into his pocket and drew out a piece of paper.
draw a gun/sword/weapon etc
Maria drew her gun nervously and peered out into the gloom.

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In everyday English, people usually use pull something out or take something out rather than draw something out:
Ali reached into his pocket and pulled out a piece of paper.

15. draw a line (between something) to think or show that one thing is different from another:
Adolescents often use drugs simply to try to draw a line between their own and their parents’ way of life.

16. draw the line (at something) to allow or accept something up to a particular point, but not beyond it:
I don’t mind doing some gardening but I draw the line at digging.

17. where do you draw the line? spoken used to say it is impossible to decide at which point an acceptable limit has been reached:
Some say 50 is too old to have a baby, but where do you draw the line?

18. draw a line under something to say that something is completely finished and you will not think about it again:
I just want to draw a line under the relationship.

19. draw sb’s eye (to something) if something draws your eye, it makes you notice it:
My eye was drawn to a painting on the wall.

20. FROM A BANK (also draw out) [transitive] to take money from your bank account Synonym : withdraw:
Hughes had drawn $8,000 in cash from a bank in Toronto.

21. RECEIVE MONEY [transitive] to receive an amount of money regularly from a government or financial institution:
How long have you been drawing unemployment benefit?
I’ll be drawing my pension before he’ll ever get around to asking me to marry him!

22. draw a cheque (on something) British English, draw a check (on something) American English to write a cheque for taking money out of a particular bank account

23. BREATHE [intransitive and transitive] to take air or smoke into your lungs:
She drew a deep breath.
Ruth paused to draw breath, her voice barely hiding her excitement.
He lit his pipe and drew deeply.

24. draw breath to find time to have a rest when you are busy:
I’ve hardly had a moment to draw breath.

25. TAKE LIQUID FROM SOMETHING [transitive]
a) to take a liquid from something such as a barrel or tap
b) to take water from a well

26. FIRE [intransitive] if a fire or chimney draws, it lets the air flow through to make the fire burn well

27. CHOOSE [intransitive and transitive] to choose by chance a ticket etc that will win a prize:
The winning ticket will be drawn at the Christmas Party.

28. draw lots/straws to decide who will do something by taking pieces of paper out of a container or choosing straws of hidden lengths:
We drew lots to see who would go first.

29. draw the short straw used to say that someone has been unlucky because they were chosen to do something that no one else wanted to do:
He drew the short straw and had to drive everyone to the party.

30. GAME [intransitive and transitive] especially British English to finish without either side winning in a game such as football Synonym : tie:
They drew 3–3.
draw with
Liverpool drew with Juventus.

31. be drawn against somebody British English to be chosen by chance to play or compete against someone:
England have been drawn against France in next month’s game.

32. draw a blank informal to be unsuccessful in finding information or the answer to a problem:
All his investigations have drawn a blank so far.

33. draw to a halt/stop if a vehicle draws to a halt or stop, it slows down and stops

34. draw to a close/end to end:
Festival-goers began to drift off as the evening drew to an end.

35. draw a veil over something to deliberately keep something unpleasant or embarrassing from being known:
I’d rather draw a veil over what happened last night.

36. draw blood
a) to make someone bleed:
The dog bit her so hard that it drew blood.
b) to make someone angry or embarrass them in an argument, especially a public one:
Barker sought to draw blood by mentioning his rival’s weakness of character.

37. draw a bow to bend a bow by pulling back the string in order to shoot an arrow

38. SHIP [transitive] technical if a ship draws a particular depth, it needs that depth of water to float in
be at daggers drawn at dagger(3)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. draw2 S3 noun [countable]

1. the final result of a game or competition in which both teams or players have the same number of points Synonym : tie:
The match ended in a draw.

2. an occasion when someone or something is chosen by chance, especially the winning ticket in a lottery, or the teams who will play against each other in a competition:
England has been selected to play Germany in the draw for the first round of the World Cup.

3. British English a competition in which people whose names or tickets are chosen by chance win money or prizes:
Congratulations! You have been entered into our £100,000 prize draw!

4. a performer, place, event etc that a lot of people come to see:
It is hoped that the new art gallery will be a big draw for visitors.

5. when you breathe in smoke from a cigarette Synonym : drag:
Maltravers took a long draw on his cigarette.
the luck of the draw at luck1(18), ⇒ quick on the draw at quick1(9)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

draw
noun
ADJ. goalless, one-all, three-three, etc.
VERB + DRAW end in The game ended in a two-all draw.
earn, get, hold sb to San Marino held them to a goalless draw.
PREP. ~ against, ~ with their 1?1 draw with United

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

draw
verb
I. make pictures
ADV. accurately, beautifully, carefully, clearly, well a beautifully drawn picture He draws very well.
badly, crudely, roughly a crudely drawn child's face

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

draw
II. pull
ADV. half, partly The blinds were partly drawn.
back She drew back the curtains and let the sunlight in.
up | aside, to one side I tried to draw him aside so I could talk to him in private.
together (figurative) The project enables students to draw together their knowledge, skills and experience.
PREP. onto She drew me onto the balcony
out of He drew the cork out of the bottle.
to I drew my chair up to the fire.
towards

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

draw
III. attract
ADV. immediately | inevitably, inexorably, irresistibly Her gaze was drawn irresistibly to the scene outside.
PREP. from The scheme has drawn interest from local businessmen.
to We asked the surfing champion what first drew him to the sport.
PHRASAL VERBS draw on/upon sth
ADV. heavily The novelist draws heavily on her personal experiences.
draw sth up
ADV. professionally, properly Make sure the contract is properly drawn up.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

draw

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

draw
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See: beat to the punch or beat to the draw

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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