draw up
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draw up
[verb]
Synonyms:
- draft, compose, formulate, frame, prepare, write out
- halt, bring to a stop, pull up, stop

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

draw up phrasal verb (see also draw)

1. draw something ↔ up to prepare a written document, such as a list or contract:
Draw up a list of all the things you want to do.
draw up plans/proposals
He was asked to draw up proposals for reforming the law.
The contract was drawn up last year.

2. if a vehicle draws up, it arrives somewhere and stops:
A taxi drew up at the gate.

3. draw up a chair to move a chair closer to someone or something

4. draw yourself up (to your full height) to stand up very straight because you are angry or determined about something:
He drew himself up and said, ‘This has gone far enough’.

5. draw your knees up to bring your legs closer to your body:
Ruth sat, knees drawn up under her chin, and waited.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

draw up
draw (yourself) up
to make yourself stand straight.
He drew himself up and stood by the window, thinking over what I had just said.

Usage notes: sometimes draw yourself up to your full height:
She drew herself up to her full height and told me why I was wrong.

draw up (something)
to prepare an agreement or other document in writing.
The lawyers drew up a contract over the weekend.

After they draw everything up we'll have a chance to read and correct it.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

draw up something
draw up (something)
to prepare an agreement or other document in writing.
The lawyers drew up a contract over the weekend.

After they draw everything up we'll have a chance to read and correct it.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

draw up
to put something (a contract or a plan) in writing
The lawyers drew up a contract for the new housing development on the government land.

They were able to draw up the contract while we were waiting.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

draw up something
to put something (a contract or a plan) in writing
The lawyers drew up a contract for the new housing development on the government land.

They were able to draw up the contract while we were waiting.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

draw up
v.
1. To write (something) in its correct form; put in writing.
The rich man had his lawyers draw up his will so that each of his children would receive part of his money when he died.
2. To plan or prepare; begin to write out.
The two countries drew up a peace treaty after the war ended.
Plans are being drawn up for a new school next year.
Compare: WRITE UP.
3. To hold yourself straight or stiffly, especially because you are proud or angry.
When we said that Mary was getting fat, she drew herself up angrily and walked out of the room.
4. To stop or come to a stop.
The cowboy drew up his horse at the top of the hill.
A big black car drew up in front of the house.
Synonym: PULL UP.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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