part of speech: verb
inflections: draws, drawing, drew, drawn
definition 1: to make a picture of with a pen, pencil, or other writing tool.
- She drew her house on the chalkboard.
definition 2: to move by pulling or dragging.
- We drew the sleeping dog across the floor on a blanket.
definition 3: to take out or remove.
- Who will draw the winning ticket from the bowl?
- She drew water from the well.
definition 4: to cause to come near; attract.
- The rock star always draws a large crowd.
definition 5: to breathe in; inhale.
- She drew a deep breath before diving into the pool.
definition 6: to pick or be dealt.
- I drew three cards.
definition 7: to move slowly in a certain direction (often followed by “near”, “away”, “out”, “into”, or “toward”).
- We waved goodbye as the train drew away.
synonyms: head, move
phrase: draw out
phrase: draw up
part of speech: noun
definition: a game or contest that ends with both sides having the same score; tie.
- The chess match was a draw.
derivation: drawable (adj.)