PICTURE [I, T] › to produce a picture by making lines or marks, usually with a pen or pencil: She drew a picture of a tree.
draw sth/sb across/back/over, etc › to pull something or someone gently in a particular direction: He took her hand and drew her towards him.
draw into/out/away, etc › to move somewhere, usually in a vehicle: The train drew into the station.
draw the curtains › to pull curtains open or closed
draw (sb's) attention to sth/sb › to make someone notice someone or something: I don't want to draw too much attention to myself.
ATTRACT [T] › to attract someone to a place or person: Thousands of tourists are drawn to the city every year. SPORT [I, T] UK › to finish a game or competition with each team or player having the same score: England drew 2-2 against Italy. TAKE OUT [T] › to take something out of a container or your pocket, especially a weapon: He drew a knife and started threatening me.
draw near/close › to become nearer in space or time: Her birthday's drawing nearer every day.
draw (a) breath › to breathe in air: She drew a deep breath and started her speech.
MONEY [T] (also draw out) › to take money from your bank account
draw to a close/end › to be almost finished
draw conclusions › to make judgments after considering an subject or situation: What conclusions should we draw from this report?