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VERB 画;描绘;描画 When you draw, or when you draw something, you use a pencil or pen to produce a picture, pattern, or diagram.
She would sit there drawing with the pencil stub...
Draw a rough design for a logo...
VERB (车辆平稳地)移动，行进 When a vehicle draws somewhere, it moves there smoothly and steadily.
Claire had seen the taxi drawing away...
A carriage door struck him as a train drew into Basildon station.
VERB 慢慢走;溜达 If you draw somewhere, you move there slowly.
She drew away and did not smile...
When we drew level, he neither slowed down nor accelerated.
VERB 拉;拖 If you draw something or someone in a particular direction, you move them in that direction, usually by pulling them gently.
He drew his chair nearer the fire...
He put his arm around Caroline's shoulders and drew her close to him...
VERB 拉(窗帘、百叶窗等) When you draw a curtain or blind, you pull it across a window, either to cover or to uncover it.
After drawing the curtains, she lit a candle...
Mother was lying on her bed, with the blinds drawn.
VERB 拔出，抽出，掏出(枪、刀等武器) If someone draws a gun, knife, or other weapon, they pull it out of its container and threaten you with it.
He drew his dagger and turned to face his pursuers.
VERB (牲畜或机动车)拖，拉 If an animal or vehicle draws something such as a cart, carriage, or another vehicle, it pulls it along.
...a slow-moving tractor, drawing a trailer.
...a chariot drawn by six black mules.
VERB 深深吸入(空气) If you draw a deep breath, you breathe in deeply once.
He paused, drawing a deep breath.
VERB 吸（烟） If you draw on a cigarette, you breathe the smoke from it into your mouth or lungs.
He drew on an American cigarette...
Her cheeks hollowed as she drew smoke into her lungs.
VERB 汲取;提取 To draw something such as water or energy from a particular source means to take it from that source.
Villagers still have to draw their water from wells.
VERB 放(血);抽(血) If something that hits you or presses part of your body draws blood, it cuts your skin so that it bleeds.
Any practice that draws blood could increase the risk of getting the virus.
VERB 提取，支取，领取(存款) If you draw money out of a bank, building society, or savings account, you get it from the account so that you can use it.
She was drawing out cash from a cash machine...
Companies could not draw money from bank accounts as cash.
VERB 领取(薪水等) If you draw a salary or a sum of money, you receive a sum of money regularly.
For the first few years I didn't draw any salary at all...
He is moving ever closer to drawing his pension.
VERB (在比赛等中)抽(签);(在摸彩中)抽(奖) To draw something means to choose it or to be given it, as part of a competition, game, or lottery.
We delved through a sackful of letters to draw the winning name...
Aston Villa have drawn a Czech team in the first round of the UEFA Cup.
N-COUNT 抽奖 A draw is a competition where people pay money for numbered or named tickets, then some of those tickets are chosen, and the owners are given prizes.
VERB 取得;发掘 To draw something from a particular thing or place means to take or get it from that thing or place.
I draw strength from the millions of women who have faced this challenge successfully...
The students are drawn from a cross-section of backgrounds.
VERB 得出;推断出 If you draw a particular conclusion, you decide that that conclusion is true.
He draws two conclusions from this...
He says he cannot yet draw any conclusions about the murders.
VERB 作(比较或对比)；加以(区别) If you draw a comparison, parallel, or distinction, you compare or contrast two different ideas, systems, or other things.
...literary critics drawing comparisons between George Sand and George Eliot...
Interesting distinctions can be drawn between the two populations.
VERB 使注意;引起…注意 If you draw someone's attention to something, you make them aware of it or make them think about it.
He was waving his arms to draw their attention...
He just wants to draw attention to the plight of the unemployed.
VERB 引起(某种反应) If someone or something draws a particular reaction, people react to it in that way.
Such a policy would inevitably draw fierce resistance from farmers.
...an official tour to South Africa which drew angry political reactions.
VERB 吸引 If something such as a film or an event draws a lot of people, it is so interesting or entertaining that a lot of people go to it.
The game is currently drawing huge crowds.
VERB 使倾心;使动心;强烈吸引 If someone or something draws you, it attracts you very strongly.
He drew and enthralled her...
What drew him to the area was its proximity to central London.
VERB 使回答;使透露消息;使说出意见 If someone will not be drawn or refuses to be drawn, they will not reply to questions in the way that you want them to, or will not reveal information or their opinion.
The ambassador would not be drawn on questions of a political nature...
'Did he say why?' — 'No, he refuses to be drawn.'
V-RECIP 打成平手;不分胜负 In a game or competition, if one person or team draws with another one, or if two people or teams draw, they have the same number of points or goals at the end of the game.
Holland and the Republic of Ireland drew one-one...
We drew with Ireland in the first game...
PHRASE 结束;终止 When an event or period of time draws to a close or draws to an end, it finishes.
Another celebration had drawn to its close.
PHRASE (事件或时间)接近,临近 If an event or period of time is drawing closer or is drawing nearer, it is approaching.
And all the time next spring's elections are drawing closer...
As the day set for departure drew near, I told my wife that I could not accompany them.