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How to Pronounce draw?

Correct pronunciation for the word "draw" is [dɹˈɔː], [dɹˈɔː], [d_ɹ_ˈɔː].

Definition of draw

  1. To pull along after one; to pull out; to drag; to pull up from; to suck; to attract; to inhale; to take from; to let run out; to extract; to bring on; to move gradually or slowly; to lengthen; to utter drawlingly, as a sigh; to extend, by marking or forming; to represent by lines; to represent by words; to represent in fancy; to derive; to have; to deduce; to lead by persuasion or moral influence; to induce; to persuade; to attract toward; to win; to receive or take, as from a fund; to produce, as interest; to extort; to wrest; to write in due form; to receive or gain by drawing; to stretch; to require a certain depth of water for floating; to bend; to eviscerate. To draw back, to receive back, as duties on goods for exportation. To draw in, to collect; to contract; to pull back; to entice or inveigle. To draw off, to draw from or away; to withdraw; to abstract; to draw or cause to flow from; to extract by distillation. To draw on, to allure; to persuade or cause to follow; to occasion; to invite; to bring on. To draw over, to raise, or cause to come over, as in a still; to persuade or induce to revolt from an opposing party, and join one's own. To draw out, to lengthen; to beat or hammer out; to lengthen in time; to draw off, as liquor from a cask; to extract, as the spirit of a substance; to bring forth; to pump out by questioning or address; to induce by motive; to detach; to arrange in battle. To draw together, to collect or be collected. To draw up, to raise; to lift; to form in order of battle; to compose in due form, as a writing.
  2. To pull; to act as a weight; to shrink; to move or advance; to be filled or inflated with wind; to unsheathe, as a sword; to use or practise the art of delineating figures; to cause to suppurate; to excite to inflammation, maturation, and discharge, as a blister draws well. To draw back, to retire; to withdraw; to apostatize. To draw near or nigh, to approach. To draw off, to retire; to retreat. To draw on, to advance; to approach; to gain on in pursuit; to demand payment by an order or bill, called a draft. To draw up, to form in regular order.
  3. The act of drawing; the lot or chance drawn; that part of a bridge which is either raised or drawn aside; the end of a game when both sides are equal or neither wins.

Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language By Nuttall, P.Austin

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What is the present tense of Draw?

  • The personal forms of the verb "draw" in the present tense are:

  • - I draw

  • - You draw

  • - He/she/it draws

  • - We draw

  • - You (plural) draw

  • - They draw
  • What is the past tense of Draw?

  • The personal forms of the verb "draw" in past tense, also known as the simple past, are:

  • 1st person singular: I drew

  • 2nd person singular: you drew

  • 3rd person singular: he/she/it drew

  • 1st person plural: we drew

  • 2nd person plural: you drew

  • 3rd person plural: they drew
  • What is the adverb for draw?

    The adverb for the word "draw" is "drawnly" or "drawingly".

    What is the adjective for draw?

    The adjective form of the word "draw" is "drawn".

    Usage over time for draw:

    This graph shows how "draw" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

    What is the plural form of draw?

    The plural of the "draw" can be the "draws".

    What is the singular form of draw?

    The singular of the "draw" can be the "draw".

    Synonyms for Draw:


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