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verb (past drew /druː/; past participle drawn /drɔːn/)[with object]
- Golf hit (the ball) so that it deviates slightly, usually as a result of spin: he had to learn to draw the ball—not least for the tee shots at AugustaCompare with fade.
- Cricket a game which is left incomplete for lack of time, regardless of the scores. Compare with tie.
Old English dragan, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch dragen and German tragen, also to draught
On the confusion of draw and drawer, see drawer (usage).