draw verb (PICTURE)
Jonathan can draw very well. 乔纳森的画画得相当棒。
draw verb (ATTRACT)
draw sb's eye(s)
- They're organizing a campaign to draw people's attention to the environmentally harmful effects of using their cars.
- He may be old hat among the trendy younger generation, but his shows draw more viewers than any other comedian.
- Science museums have tried to shake off their somewhat starchy image by mounting exhibitions designed to draw in the crowds.
- He drew attention to the absence of concrete evidence against the defendant.
- He was drawn to the metropolitan glamour and excitement of Paris.
draw verb (MAKE)
You can't really draw a comparison between the two cases - they're completely different. 你不能拿这两个案子相比较——因为它们完全不同。
draw a conclusion
- She drew a comparison between life in the army and life in prison.
- He drew an analogy between the brain and a vast computer.
- Did you draw any conclusions at the meeting this morning?
- It would be easy to draw a parallel between the town's history and that of its football club.
- The report focuses on the particular rather than the general and so doesn't draw any overall conclusions.
draw verb (MOVE)
As we drew alongside (= reached) the black car, I suddenly recognized my ex-boyfriend at the wheel. 当我们来到那辆黑色汽车跟前的时候，我突然发现开车的是我以前的男朋友。
draw near, close, etc.
draw to a close/an end
draw verb (CAUSE)
draw verb (PULL)
draw verb (CHOOSE)
draw verb (TAKE OUT)
draw verb (GET)
draw verb (BREATHE)
draw verb (EQUAL)
draw verb (MONEY)