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drawn British & World English

past participle of draw.

be at daggers drawn in dagger British & World English

(Of two people) be bitterly hostile towards each other

attention British & World English

Notice taken of someone or something; the regarding of someone or something as interesting or important

close2 British & World English

The end of an event or of a period of time or activity

draw British & World English

Come to or arrive at a point in time or in a process

take someone to/on one side in side British & World English

Speak to someone in private, especially so as to advise or warn them about something

take someone to/on one side British & World English

Speak to someone in private, especially so as to advise or warn them about something


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