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draw

verb
 
/drɔː/ ( past tense drew, past participle drawn)
A1 to make a picture with a pen or pencil
(ペン、鉛筆で絵)を描く
She drew a picture of a tree.
to attract someone to a place or person
(人)を引きつける
He’s an excellent speaker who always draws a crowd.
to move somewhere, usually in a vehicle
(乗り物)が近づく
The train drew into the station.
to pull something or someone in a particular direction
(人、物)を引き寄せる
He took her hand and drew her towards him.
draw near/close to become nearer in space or time
~が近づいてくる
Her wedding is drawing nearer every day.
draw attention to someone/something to make someone notice something or someone
~に注意を引く
We think she wears those strange clothes to draw attention to herself.
draw the curtains to pull curtains open or closed
カーテンを引く
( also draw out) to take money from your bank account
(口座から)お金を引き出す
UK to finish a game or competition with each team or player having the same score
(試合)を引き分けにする, 引き分けになる
England drew 2–2 against Italy.
(Definition of draw from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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