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draw sth up

phrasal verb with draw uk   /drɔː/  us   /drɑː/ verb (drew, drawn)
  • (PREPARE)

C1 to ​prepare something, usually something ​official, in writing: I've ​drawn up a ​list of ​candidates that I'd like to ​interview.

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draw sth up

phrasal verb with draw uk   us   /drɔː/ verb [T] (drew, drawn)
to prepare something in writing, especially a ​plan or ​formaldocument: First, ​draw up a ​businessplanoutlining what you're going to do. draw up a ​budget/​contract/​list
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