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undrawn Line breaks: un|drawn
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdrɔːn/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

Definition of undrawn in English:


1(Of curtains) not drawn across the window; open.
Example sentences
  • Upstairs the curtains are undrawn and I watch myself in a mist of cotton nightdress that hides scars, uneven troughs, veins that have discoloured skin with spidery purple tributaries.
  • The idea seems all the more plausible given the number of green curtains, drawn and undrawn, elsewhere in Holbein's work, including in the Frick portrait of Thomas More.
  • Just within the window with the shades undrawn, sat a friend in lounging ease before an open fire, absorbed in his evening paper.
2(Of money) not drawn from a bank account.
Example sentences
  • One of the departments lagging behind was Finance itself, which was responsible for the European Regional Development Funds, which accounted for almost half of undrawn funds.
  • Thus, at the beginning of 2004, undrawn bank credit lines to steel enterprises still stood at around 170 billion yuan.
  • Expansions would be funded through the company's balance sheet with more than $60 million in cash and undrawn borrowings and a fairly strong cash flow.
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