draw

drɔ

Перевод:

Verb: рисовать привлекать проводить черпать
Noun: ничья жеребьевка рисунок тираж

Фразы:

the game ended in a draw - игра закончилась вничью

to draw the blind - повесить штору

to draw / establish / fix a border - провести границу, установить границу

to draw / fix / set a boundary - провести границу

to bend / draw a bow - натягивать лук

to draw up a budget - составлять финансовую смету

to draw off buttermilk - сливать пахту

to draw / have the bye - быть свободным от соревнований

to draw in a cable - протаскивать кабель

to draw / pull a cart - тянуть, тащить повозку

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Примеры:

They drew 3-3. - Они сыграли вничью 3:3.

He draws beautifully. - Он прекрасно рисует.

I drew $ 100 out of my account. - Я снял со своего счёта сто долларов.

Can you draw me a map of how to get there? - Можете ли вы нарисовать мне карту, как туда добраться?

How many horses will draw the royal coach? - Сколько лошадей запрягут в королевскую карету?

Liverpool drew with Juventus. - "Ливерпуль" сыграл в ничью с " Ювентусом".

Plants draw nourishment from the soil. - Растения берут питательные вещества из почвы.

He didn't want to draw attention to himself. - Он не хотел привлекать к себе внимание.

The fire does not draw well. - Огонь не разгорается.

Draw it mild! - Не преувеличивай! / Не перебарщивай! (разг.)

The chimney draws well. - В трубе хорошая тяга.

He drew his salary quarterly. - Он получал зарплату ежеквартально.

What answer can you draw from the proofs that are offered? - Какие выводы можно сделать из предъявленных доказательств?

He lit his pipe and drew deeply. - Он прикурил трубку и глубоко затянулся.

He is quick on the draw. - Он сразу хватается за оружие.

The match ended in a draw. - Матч закончился вничью.

Let us draw a deduction from the facts. - Давайте сделаем их этих фактов вывод.

The festival is always a big draw. - На этом фестивале всегда много народу.

His days are drawing to a close. - Его дни сочтены.

Cover the food so it won't draw the flies. - Накрой еду, чтобы на неё не слетелись мухи.

Soon the sails began to draw. - Вскоре паруса начали наполняться ветром.

The first quarter of 2006 draws to a close. - Первый квартал 2006 года подходит к концу.

I draw a line here. - Я провожу здесь прямую.

She drew a deep breath. - Она сделала глубокий вдох.

She was drawn to despair. - Её довели до отчаяния.

The festival is likely to draw huge crowds. - Скорее всего, фестиваль привлечёт огромные толпы людей.

First of all, draw a square. - Прежде всего, нарисуйте квадрат.

Draw a picture of your house. - Нарисуйте свой дом.

The play still draws. - Пьеса всё ещё делает сборы.

We'll notify her to draw up a contract. - Мы дадим ей задание составить контракт.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you say that the nights, evenings, or days are drawing in, you mean that it is becoming dark at an earlier time in the evening, because autumn or winter is approaching.

If a quantity of liquid is drawn off from a larger quantity, it is taken from it, usually by means of a needle or pipe.

If you draw on or draw upon something such as your skill or experience, you make use of it in order to do something.

If you draw out a sound or a word, you make it last longer than usual.

If you draw up a document, list, or plan, you prepare it and write it out.

If you say that the nights, evenings, or days are drawing in, you mean that it is becoming dark at an earlier time in the evening, because autumn or winter is approaching.

If a quantity of liquid is drawn off from a larger quantity, it is taken from it, usually by means of a needle or pipe.

If you draw on or draw upon something such as your skill or experience, you make use of it in order to do something.

If you draw out a sound or a word, you make it last longer than usual.

If you draw up a document, list, or plan, you prepare it and write it out.

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Связанные термины:

draw in: If you say that the nights, evenings, or days are drawing in, you mean that it is becoming dark at an earlier time in the evening, because autumn or winter is approaching .

draw on: If you draw on or draw upon something such as your skill or experience, you make use of it in order to do something.

draw up: If you draw up a document, list, or plan, you prepare it and write it out.

draw away: to move away or ahead

draw back: to withdraw ; retreat

draw fire: If you draw fire for something that you have done, you cause people to criticize you or attack you because of it.

draw-gate: the valve that controls a sluice

draw gear: an apparatus for coupling railway cars

draw lots: to decide an issue by using lots

draw off: If a quantity of liquid is drawn off from a larger quantity, it is taken from it, usually by means of a needle or pipe .

draw out: If you draw out a sound or a word, you make it last longer than usual .

draw rein: to tighten the reins

fine-draw: to sew together so finely that the join is scarcely noticeable

draw blood: Blood is the red liquid that flows inside your body, which you can see if you cut yourself.

draw poker: a variant of poker in which players are dealt a full hand before the first betting round

draw-sheet: a sheet that can be easily removed from underneath a patient in a bed

draw stumps: to close play, as by pulling out the stumps

draw trumps: to play the trump suit until the opponents have none left

prize draw: a raffle or lottery

score draw: A score draw is the result of a football match in which both teams score at least one goal, and they score the same number of goals.

draw pictures: A picture consists of lines and shapes which are drawn, painted, or printed on a surface and show a person, thing, or scene .

draw strength: Someone's strength in a difficult situation is their confidence or courage .

draw a blank: to not be able to find someone or something or find out about something

draw a line: If you draw a line between two things, you make a distinction between them.

draw criticism: Criticism is the action of expressing disapproval of something or someone. A criticism is a statement that expresses disapproval.

to draw lots: If people draw lots to decide who will do something, they each take a piece of paper from a container . One or more pieces of paper is marked, and the people who take marked pieces are chosen .

draw an income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

draw a pension: If you draw a pension, you receive money from an insurer or the state because you have reached a particular age .

draw a salary: A salary is the money that someone is paid each month by their employer, especially when they are in a profession such as teaching, law, or medicine.

draw the crabs: to attract unwelcome attention

draw the line: to know at what point an activity or situation stops being reasonable and starts to be unacceptable

draw the shot: to deliver the bowl in such a way that it approaches the jack

draw-top table: a table that can be extended by sliding one or more additional leaves into place

no-score draw: A no-score draw is the result of a football match in which neither team scores any goals .

to draw breath: If you do not have time to draw breath, you do not have time to have a break from what you are doing.

draw close/draw near: If an event or period of time is drawing closer or is drawing nearer, it is approaching .

beat to the draw: to be quicker than (another) in doing something, as in drawing one's weapon

draw a bead on: to aim a rifle or pistol at

draw an audience: The audience at a play, concert, film, or public meeting is the group of people watching or listening to it.

draw and quarter: to disembowel and dismember (a person) after hanging

draw the longbow: to exaggerate in telling something

draw oneself up: to assume a straighter posture ; stand or sit straight

to draw a blank: If you draw a blank when you are looking for someone or something, you do not succeed in finding them.

to draw the line: If you draw the line at a particular activity, you refuse to do it, because you disapprove of it or because it is more extreme than what you normally do.

draw someone's fire: to do or say something which makes someone strongly criticize you

drawstring: A drawstring is a cord that goes through an opening, for example at the top of a bag or a pair of trousers . When the cord is pulled tighter, the opening gets smaller.

draw in one's horns: to suppress or control one's feelings, esp of anger, enthusiasm, or passion

draw the color line: to impose or accept the color line

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Однокоренные слова:

draw aside - отводить кого-л. в сторону
draw away - отвлекать, удаляться, уводить, уходить, отрываться от противника
draw back - отступать, отодвигать, отводить войска, вынудить отойти, брать назад
draw down - спускать, навлекать, втянуть, затянуться
draw in - вовлекать, сокращать, сокращаться, близиться к концу
draw off - отсасывать, оттягивать, отступать, снимать, стягивать, отвлекать, отводить войска
draw on - привлекать, приближаться, надевать, наступать, натягивать перчатки, заманивать
draw out - вытягивать, растягивать, выманивать, выводить, вытаскивать, удлинять, удлиняться
draw over - переманивать на свою сторону
draw round - собираться вокруг
draw up - составить, составлять, выстраивать, выстраиваться, поднимать, выписывать

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