- produce (a picture or diagram) by making lines and marks, especially with a pen or pencil, on paper；produce an image of (someone or something) by making lines and marks
- an act of selecting names randomly, typically by extracting them from a bag or other container, to match competitors in a game or tournament；a game or contest that ends with the score even; a tie
verb: draw, 3rd person present: draws, gerund or present participle: drawing, past tense: drew, past participle: drawn
noun: draw, plural noun: draws
- 1. produce (a picture or diagram) by making lines and marks, especially with a pen or pencil, on paper he drew a map 同義詞
- ▪ produce an image of (someone or something) by making lines and marks I asked her to draw me she draws really well 同義詞
- ▪ trace or produce (a line or mark) on a surface she drew a wavering line down the board where will we draw the outer boundaries of this Europe?
- 2. pull or drag (something such as a vehicle) so as to make it follow behind a cart drawn by two horses
- ▪ pull or move (something) in a specified direction I drew back the blanket and uncovered the body 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ gently pull or guide (someone) in a specified direction “David,” she whispered, drawing him aside
- ▪ move somewhere in a slow steady way the train drew into the station the driver slowed as he drew level with me 同義詞
- ▪ come to or arrive at a point in time or a specified point in a process the campaign drew to a close the time for the parade is drawing near
- ▪ pull (curtains, blinds, or other such coverings) shut or open do you want me to draw the curtains? she drew back the curtains and looked out 同義詞
- ▪ make (wire) by pulling a piece of metal through successively smaller holes.
- 3. extract (an object, especially a weapon) from a container or receptacle he drew his gun and peered into the gloomy apartment he met them with a drawn sword 同義詞 反義詞
- 4. take or obtain (liquid) from a container or receptacle a wheel was built to draw water from the well 同義詞
- ▪ obtain or withdraw (money) from a bank or other source as she is over 50 she can draw her pension immediately he drew some cash from the machine 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ take in (a breath) Mrs Feather drew a long breath 同義詞
- ▪ run (a bath) I would have been drawing his bath
- ▪ (of a chimney, flue, or fire) allow air to flow in and upwards freely, so that a fire can burn failure of a fire to draw properly can have a number of causes
- ▪ search (cover) for game many a time she had seen the hounds draw such a covert
- ▪ (of the declarer) force the defenders to play (cards in a particular suit) by leading cards in that suit before establishing his diamonds, declarer must draw trumps
- ▪ (of tea) be left standing so that the flavour is extracted from the leaves a pot of tea is allowed to draw
- 5. be the cause of (a specified response) he drew criticism for his lavish spending
- ▪ attract (someone) to come to a place or an event you really drew the crowds with your playing customers drawn in by the reductions 同義詞
- ▪ induce (someone) to reveal or do something opposition leaders refused to be drawn, preferring instead to take the high moral ground he would not be drawn on the exact date for the election
- ▪ direct or attract (someone's attention) to something it was an outrage and we had to draw people's attention to it
- ▪ reach (a conclusion) by deduction or inference from a set of circumstances the moral to be drawn is that spending wins votes 同義詞
- ▪ formulate or perceive (a comparison or distinction) the law drew a clear distinction between innocent and fraudulent misrepresentation
- 6. select (a ticket or name) randomly to decide winners in a lottery, opponents in a sporting contest, etc. she drew a ticket and announced the number but no one claimed it
- 7. British finish (a contest or game) with an even score; tie Brazil had drawn a stormy match 1–1
- 8. disembowel there are numerous ways of drawing poultry after a mockery of a trial he was hanged, drawn, and quartered
- 9. hit (the ball) so that it travels slightly to the left (for a left-handed player, the right), usually as a result of spin given to the ball he had to learn to draw the ball—not least for the tee shots at Augusta
- ▪ (in bowls) cause (a bowl) to travel in a curve determined by its bias to the desired point.
- ▪ impart backspin to (the cue ball), making it move backwards after hitting an object ball.
- 10. (of a ship) require (a specified depth of water) to float in; have (a certain draft) boats that draw only a few inches of water
- 11. (of a sail) be filled with wind as the sail drew, he put the helm over to circle back
- 1. an act of selecting names randomly, typically by extracting them from a bag or other container, to match competitors in a game or tournament the draw has been made for this year's tournament 同義詞
- 2. British a game or contest that ends with the score even; a tie he scored twice to force a 4–4 draw 同義詞
- 3. a person or thing that is very attractive or interesting the museum has turned out to be a big draw for schoolchildren in the city 同義詞
- 4. an act of removing a gun from its holster in order to shoot he went for the quick draw and leveled a long-barreled pistol at all of us
- 5. an act of drawing on a cigarette or cigar she took a long draw on her cigarette
- ▪ British informal cannabis they're dropping Es and smoking draw
- 6. a shot causing the ball to deviate to the left (or, for a left-handed golfer, the right) most high handicappers would benefit from a controlled draw
- ▪ backspin imparted to a cue ball, causing it to move backwards after hitting an object ball.
參加了前幾天的全民英檢中級寫作口說 不小心把寫作翻譯的一個單字翻錯了 他有一句是 「老師介紹了名畫」 我把名畫拼成了famous draws 但應該要拼drawing才對 不知道這種拼字但會影響語意 一定會是三級分嗎?? 希望有很了解全民英檢的朋友幫我解答?
draw, drew, drawn, drawing drawing=to make paintings with a pen. eg:-famous drawing...deduction of 3 points ,decided by the examiner, to draw your conclusion already !?
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"draw the cloud to their feet", here "cloud" means "...of locusts, a cloud of flies, a cloud of people Hence, "draw the cloud to their feet" means "make audiences...