- n.抽屉; 开票人，出票人
- 复数: drawers;
in the top/middle/bottom drawer of the desk
写字台的上层 / 中层 / 下层抽屉
He opened a drawer in his writing-table.
You can be assured the matter will be closely investigated and the necessary remedial actions taken.
He removed the picture and put it in the drawer.
The drawer is so tight that I can't open it.
What are you burrowing around in my drawer for?
你在我抽屉里乱翻 什么 ?
Her back was aching from having to get down in order to put things in and out of the bottom drawer.
Pair the socks and put them in the drawer.
The girl jammed her hand when she closed the drawer.
He slid the drawer open.
The knives go in this drawer.
A lock was screwed on the drawer.
She slid a coin into the drawer.
I should like to get at some of the papers in that drawer.
That isn't a real drawer in the table; it's just painted on.
What is contained in this drawer?
He kept a little hoard of chocolates in his top drawer.
The drawer won't pull out.
He chucked the paper in a drawer.
She opened the drawer and ferreted around for her keys.
He hid the letter in a drawer.
I couldn't resist peeking in the drawer.
There's an extra blanket in the bottom drawer of the cupboard.
Put the knives in the kitchen drawer.
He grabbed his jacket and scrabbled in his desk drawer for some loose change.
Geoff hastily pushed the drawer back into place.
He picked each lock deftly, and rifled the papers within each drawer.
He had the drawer open and was thumbing through the files.
You could smash the drawer up with a hammer.
Opening a drawer, she took out a letter.
1. a boxlike container in a piece of furniture; made so as to slide in and out
2. the person who writes a check or draft instructing the drawee to pay someone else
3. an artist skilled at drawing
draw 拉, 曳, 牵, 画, 绘制, 拖曳