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draw sth from sth

phrasal verb with draw uk   us   /drɔː/ verb [T] (drew, drawn)
to get something from a particular ​place: The ​state with $2.7 ​billion to ​invest in university-based ​research is ​trying to ​drawmatchingfunds from private-sector ​partners.
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