draw (drew, drawn)

draw (drew, drawn)
شَهَرَ (السلاح)‏ \ brandish: to wave (a weapon) about. draw (drew, drawn): to pull a weapon (sword, knife, gun, etc.) from its case, intending to use it.

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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  • draw — [drɔː ǁ drɒː] verb drew PASTTENSE [druː] drawn PASTPART [drɔːn ǁ drɒːn] [transitive] BANKING 1. also draw out to take money from your bank account …   Financial and business terms

  • draw — [drô] vt. drew, drawn, drawing [ME drawen < OE dragan, akin to ON draga, to drag, Ger tragen, to bear, carry < IE base * dherāgh , to pull, draw along > L trahere, to pull, draw] I indicating traction 1. to make move toward one or along… …   English World dictionary

  • draw — vb drew, drawn, draw·ing vt 1: to compose by random selection draw a jury 2: to take (money) from a place of deposit 3: to write and sign (a draft) in due form for use in making a demand draw a check …   Law dictionary

  • draw — [[t]drɔ͟ː[/t]] ♦ draws, drawing, drew, drawn 1) VERB 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... [V n] Draw a rough design for a …   English dictionary

  • draw — drawable, adj. /draw/, v., drew, drawn, drawing, n. v.t. 1. to cause to move in a particular direction by or as if by a pulling force; pull; drag (often fol. by along, away, in, out, or off). 2 …   Universalium

  • draw — I. verb (drew; drawn; drawing) Etymology: Middle English drawen, dragen, from Old English dragan; akin to Old Norse draga to draw, drag Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to cause to move continuously toward or after a force applied in… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • draw — [[t]drɔ[/t]] v. drew, drawn, draw•ing, n. 1) to cause to move in a particular direction by or as if by a pulling force; pull; drag (often fol. by along, away, in, out, or off) 2) cvb to pull down or over so as to cover, or to pull up or aside so… …   From formal English to slang

  • draw sth down — UK US draw sth down Phrasal Verb with draw({{}}/drɔː/ verb [T] (drew, drawn) ► (US also draw down on sth) FINANCE to take part of an amount of money that has been made available: »We took out a bank loan which allowed us to draw down sums of… …   Financial and business terms

  • draw sth up — UK US draw sth up Phrasal Verb with draw({{}}/drɔː/ verb [T] (drew, drawn) ► to prepare something in writing, especially a plan or formal document: »First, draw up a business plan outlining what you re going to do. »draw up a budget/contract/list …   Financial and business terms

  • draw sth from sth — UK US draw sth from sth Phrasal Verb with draw({{}}/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 draw matching funds from private sector… …   Financial and business terms

  • draw sth out — UK US draw sth out Phrasal Verb with draw({{}}/drɔː/ verb [T] (drew, drawn) ► BANKING to get money from a bank or an account so that you can use it: »The bank allows us to draw out £500 a week …   Financial and business terms

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