Synonyms of draw in English:

draw

verb

  • 3 the train drew into the station
    move, go, come, proceed, progress, travel, advance, pass, drive; inch, roll, glide, cruise; forge, sweep; back
  • 4 she drew the curtains
    close, shut, lower; open, part, pull back, pull open, fling open, raise
  • 5 the doctor drew some fluid off the knee
    drain, extract, withdraw, remove, suck, pump, siphon, milk, bleed, tap; Medicine aspirate
  • 6 he drew his gun
    pull out, take out, produce, fish out, extract, withdraw; unsheathe
  • 7 I drew on my line of credit
    withdraw, take out
  • 8 while I draw breath
    breathe in, inhale, inspire, respire
  • 10 what conclusion can we draw?
    deduce, infer, conclude, derive, gather, glean

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Phrases

draw on

you can always draw on your carpentry skills call onhave recourse toavail oneself ofturn tolook tofall back onrely onexploituseemployutilizebring into play

draw out

  • 3.1 you'll have to carefully draw him out with specific questions
    encourage to talk, put at ease

draw up

  • 1.1 a car drew up beside us
    stop, pull up, halt, come to a standstill, brake, park; arrive

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