draw 英 [drɔ:] 美 [drɔ]
draw a bead on
1. 见 bead
the blow drew blood from the corner of his mouth.
she knew she'd drawn blood when the smile faded from his face.
draw someone's fire
the concession will go some way to draw the fire of the government's critics.
draw the line at
she drew the line at prostitution.
draw the short straw
quick on the draw
the nights were drawing in fast.
draw something on
he drew on his dressing gown.
draw someone out
she drew me out and flattered me.
draw something out
the transition was long and drawn out.
draw something up
they instructed an attorney to draw up a sales agreement.
draw oneself up
Sarah drew herself up, full of indignation that he should presume to judge her.
1. He was waving his arms to draw their attention.
2. She learned to draw by tracing pictures out of old storybooks.
3. Entry to this prize draw is limited to UK residents.
4. We delved through a sackful of letters to draw the winning name.
5. He learned how to draw the unclothed human frame.
6. We need a win — a draw won't do at all.
7. Draw simple shapes for your child to colour in.
8. A draw seems the best they can hope for.
9. Such a policy would inevitably draw fierce resistance from farmers.
10. Draw the basic outlines in black felt-tip pen (see fig. 4).
11. Draw the floss backwards and forwards between the teeth.
12. You have to know what's what and when to draw the line.
13. Companies could not draw money from bank accounts as cash.
14. For the first few years I didn't draw any salary at all.
15. We were happy to come away with a draw against Sweden.