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DRAW

verb (used with object), drew, drawn, draw·ing.

  1. to cause to move in a particular direction by or as if by a pulling force; pull; drag (often followed by along, away, in, out, or off ).
  2. to bring, take, or pull out, as from a receptacle or source: to draw water from a well.
  3. to bring toward oneself or itself, as by inherent force or influence; attract: The concert drew a large audience.
  4. to sketch (someone or something) in lines or words; delineate; depict: to draw a vase with charcoal; to draw the comedy’s characters with skill.
  5. to compose or create (a picture) in lines.
  6. to mark or lay out; trace: to draw perpendicular lines.
  7. to frame or formulateto draw a distinction.
  8. to write out in legal form (sometimes followed by up ): Draw up the contract.
  9. to inhale or suck in: to draw liquid through a straw.
  10. to derive or use, as from a source: to draw inspiration from Shakespeare.
  11. to deduce; infer: to draw a conclusion.
  12. to get, take, or receive, as from a source: to draw interest on a savings account; to draw a salary of $600 a week.
  13. to withdraw funds from a drawing account, especially against future commissions on sales.
  14. to produce; bring in: The deposits draw interest.
  15. to disembowelto draw a turkey.
  16. to drainto draw a pond.
  17. to pull out to full or greater length; make by attenuating; stretch: to draw filaments of molten glass.
  18. to bend (a bow) by pulling back its string in preparation for shooting an arrow.
  19. to choose or to have assigned to one at random, by or as by picking an unseen number, item, etc.: Let’s draw straws to see who has to wash the car.
  20. Metalworking. to form or reduce the sectional area of (a wire, tube, etc.) by pulling through a die.
  21. to wrinkle or shrink by contraction.
  22. Medicine/Medical. to cause to discharge: to draw an abscess by a poultice.
  23. to obtain (rations, clothing, equipment, weapons, or ammunition) from an issuing agency, as an army quartermaster.
  24. Nautical. (of a vessel) to need (a specific depth of water) to float: She draws six feet.
  25. to leave (a contest) undecided; finish with neither side winning, as in a tie.
  26. Cards.
    1. to take or be dealt (a card or cards) from the pack.
    2. Bridge. to remove the outstanding cards in (a given suit) by leading that suit: He had to draw spades first in order to make the contract.
  27. Billiards. to cause (a cue ball) to recoil after impact by giving it a backward spin on the stroke.
  28. (Northeastern U.S. chiefly New England) to haul; cart.
  29. Hunting. to search (a covert) for game.
  30. Cricket. to play (a ball) with a bat held at an angle in order to deflect the ball between the wicket and the legs.
  31. Curling. to slide (the stone) gently.
  32. to steep (tea) in boiling water.
  33. to form or shape (glass) as it comes from the furnace by stretching.

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