- 拉，牵， 曳，拖
- vt. & vi. 绘画,画 make pictures; design with a pen, chalk
- vt. & vi. 拖,拉 move by pulling after or behind
- vt. & vi. 拔出,取出,抽出 take out by pulling
- vt. 提取,汲取,领取 pull or take sth out of a place
- vt. 引起,吸引 attract; cause to come or be directed towards
- vt. 推断出 know sth from other things
- vi. 移动,来临 come
- vi. 打成平局,不分胜负 end a game or competition with the same marks, etc. for both sides
- [S]抽奖,抽签 act of picking at random tickets in a lottery, matches in a tournament, etc.
- [C]平局,不分胜负 result of a game in which neither player or side wins
- [C]有吸引力的人或事物 person or thing that attracts people
- [C]吸烟 act of drawing at a cigarette, pipe, etc.
a gully that is shallower than a ravine
an entertainer who attracts large audiences;
"he was the biggest drawing card they had"
the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided;
"the game ended in a draw"
"their record was 3 wins, 6 losses and a tie"
anything (straws or pebbles etc.) taken or chosen at random;
"the luck of the draw"
"they drew lots for it"
a playing card or cards dealt or taken from the pack;
"he got a pair of kings in the draw"
a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer;
"he took lessons to cure his hooking"
(American football) the quarterback moves back as if to pass and then hands the ball to the fullback who is running toward the line of scrimmage
poker in which a player can discard cards and receive substitutes from the dealer;
"he played only draw and stud"
the act of drawing or hauling something;
"the haul up the hill went very slowly"
cause to move by pulling;
"draw a wagon"
"pull a sled"
get or derive;
"He drew great benefits from his membership in the association"
make a mark or lines on a surface;
"draw a line"
"trace the outline of a figure in the sand"
make, formulate, or derive in the mind;
"I draw a line here"
"draw a conclusion"
"make an estimate"
"What do you make of his remarks?"
bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover;
"draw a weapon"
"pull out a gun"
"The mugger pulled a knife on his victim"
represent by making a drawing of, as with a pencil, chalk, etc. on a surface;
"She drew an elephant"
"Draw me a horse"
take liquid out of a container or well;
"She drew water from the barrel"
give a description of;
"He drew an elaborate plan of attack"
select or take in from a given group or region;
"The participants in the experiment were drawn from a representative population"
elicit responses, such as objections, criticism, applause, etc.;
"The President's comments drew sharp criticism from the Republicans"
"The comedian drew a lot of laughter"
suck in or take (air);
"draw a deep breath"
"draw on a cigarette"
move or go steadily or gradually;
"The ship drew near the shore"
remove (a commodity) from (a supply source);
"She drew $2,000 from the account"
"The doctors drew medical supplies from the hospital's emergency bank"
choose at random;
"draw a card"
earn or achieve a base by being walked by the pitcher;
"He drew a base on balls"
bring or lead someone to a certain action or condition;
"She was drawn to despair"
"The President refused to be drawn into delivering an ultimatum"
"The session was drawn to a close"
cause to flow;
"The nurse drew blood"
write a legal document or paper;
"The deed was drawn in the lawyer's office"
engage in drawing;
"He spent the day drawing in the garden"
move or pull so as to cover or uncover something;
"draw the shades"
"draw the curtains"
allow a draft;
"This chimney draws very well"
require a specified depth for floating;
"This boat draws 70 inches"
pull (a person) apart with four horses tied to his extremities, so as to execute him;
"in the old days, people were drawn and quartered for certain crimes"
cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense;
"A declining dollar pulled down the export figures for the last quarter"
take in, also metaphorically;
"The sponge absorbs water well"
"She drew strength from the minister's words"
direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes;
"Her good looks attract the stares of many men"
"The ad pulled in many potential customers"
"This pianist pulls huge crowds"
"The store owner was happy that the ad drew in many new customers"
thread on or as if on a string;
"string pearls on a string"
"the child drew glass beads on a string"
"thread dried cranberries"
stretch back a bowstring (on an archer's bow);
"The archers were drawing their bows"
pass over, across, or through;
"He ran his eyes over her body"
"She ran her fingers along the carved figurine"
"He drew her hair through his fingers"
finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc.;
"The teams drew a tie"
"The material drew after it was washed in hot water"
reduce the diameter of (a wire or metal rod) by pulling it through a die;
steep; pass through a strainer;
"draw pulp from the fruit"
remove the entrails of;
"draw a chicken"
flatten, stretch, or mold metal or glass, by rolling or by pulling it through a die or by stretching;
cause to localize at one point;
"Draw blood and pus"
- The horses draw the wagon.
- Our car broke down and we had to draw it to a garage.
- The season was drawing to its dusty end.
- Mary drew a house on the paper.
- I'll draw some money from my account.
- Will you draw the curtain across the window?
- His work is to draw up plans for an extension.
- They had been dueling for hours and finally called a draw.
- French official argued with the organizers over the draw.
- Draw your chair up to the table.
- A live band is always a good draw at a party.
- They say I draw well.
- The draftsman draws well.
- The cigar doesn't draw well.
- The tooth draws out easily.
- The pipe does not draw well.
- The TV drama draws well.
- Did the school team win or draw yesterday?
- The National Day is drawing closer.
- The flue should draw better once it's been swept.
- He draws pictures better than any student in his class.
- He drew some pictures.
- He spent his spare time drawing pictures.
- He spread a map and drew a blue line.
- He first drew a straight line and then a circle.
- Listen to the four choices, and then draw a circle under the right one.
- She drew a circle and let me stand in it.
- Altogether they drew 500 blueprints.
- He drew a grim picture of conditions in the slums.
- The horse draws the wagon.
- Please draw the curtains.
- He drew the curtains and turned on the tiny television set.
- She drew the curtains and let the sunshine into the room.
- The little boy cannot draw the cork.
- He drew his gun and fired.
- A dentist draws teeth.
- I'll draw a tooth tomorrow.
- She draws a good salary.
- They draw their wages every Friday.
- He drew a warm bath and lounged in it.
- He drew a winning number.
- Her shouts drew the attention of the police.
- Street accidents always draw crowds.
- The new film draws large audiences.
- His challenge drew no reply.
- Honey draws flies.
- The blueprint for the city was drawn by them.
- I think the picture is very well drawn.
- The characters in Jane Austen's novel are well drawn.
- The cart was drawn by two horses.
- The cart was drawn by a fat, brown pony.
- The match was drawn.
- The jury panel was drawn.
- He was drawn by her soft voice.
- The strands of rubber were drawn to test their strength.
- He will draw me a picture.
- Please draw me a map showing where your home is.
- I drew him a map of the area.
- He has drawn three pictures for the wall-newspaper.
- The bookkeeper drew a check for me.
- Draw some tea for me.
- You should draw a good plan for the new term.
- The sailors drew the two ships level.
- When the boy said that he had seen a thousand wild ducks on the lake the day before, his father told him to draw it mild.
- We expected to hear exciting things about his adventures, but he drew it mild and we were disappointed.
- His speech was drawn too long.
- Kindness and understanding will often draw a boy to unburden his conscience.
- He came towards me with a drawn sword.
- He got two hearts on the first draw.
- A draw on the short end of the rope will release the knot.
- The visiting team had two wins and three draws.
- The new singer is a big draw.
- He's a national treasure and our biggest tourist draw.
- A dog fight has a powerful draw for small boys.
- The Science Museum is always a big draw with youngsters.
- The new play is a great draw.
- He is always a good draw at public meetings.
- I think our bargain-counter should be a real draw.
- He took a deep draw on his pipe and tried again.
- draw alongside( v.+adv. )
来到(车、船等)旁停下 come to rest next to (sth such as a ship)
A police car drew alongside and signalled to me to stop.
A pilot boat drew alongside.
一条领港船驶近船边。draw sth alongside
Draw the ship alongside and we will help you aboard.
- draw apart( v.+adv. )
离开,分手; 不和 move, think, or live in separate ways
draw sth ⇔ apart
Can you draw the curtains apart?
Draw the curtains apart, and let in the sunlight.
Draw the curtains apart, it is day now.
After twelve years of marriage, they began to draw apart.
They used to be such good friends, but recently they have drawn apart.
The two political parties are drawing apart .
- draw aside( v.+adv. )
把某人叫到一边说悄悄话 take (sb) on one side for private conversation
- draw at( v.+prep. )
吸(烟斗) suck at or draw smoke through (usually a pipe)
draw at sth
He never stopped drawing at his pipe.
Harold drew at his pipe while he considered what decision to make.
- draw away( v.+adv. )
在竞争中领先于他人或物 move ahead of sb/sth, as a competitor
He began to draw away.
She drew away from him when he tried to kiss her.
The car drew away as we approached.
The crowd cheered as the ship drew slowly away.
当这艘船缓缓驶去时,人群中响起了欢呼声。draw sth ⇔ away
She put her hand on his shoulder and then drew it away.
I quickly drew my hand away from the hot stove.
The two were neck and neck up till the 500-metre mark, but after that John began to draw away from Bill.
The best runner was beginning to draw away .
In this match he drew away.
The faster car drew away.
- draw back( v.+adv. )
收回,撤回(诺言等) be unwilling to fulfil (a promise)
draw sth ⇔ back
He drew back the curtain.
Drawing the sheet back, he could see that the man was dead.
At the sight of the snake, the girl drew back.
The crowd drew back and let the firemen through.
The children drew back from the dog when it barked at them.
The dog didn't draw back at the sight of the strangers.
The crowd drew back in terror as the building crashed to the ground.
The mouse drew back in terror as the cat sprang.
Neither side can draw back from the agreement once the contract is signed.
She has drawn back from us all and we don't know why.
It may already be too late to draw back.
The firm drew back from its agreement and wanted to talk about a new contract.
- draw down( v.+adv. )
招来,惹起 attract; invite (sth bad)
- draw for( v.+prep. )
抽签决定谁将得到… decide who gets (sth/sb) by chance, as by choosing a card unseen or pulling pieces of paper out of a box
draw for sb/sth
Before we start the card game, let's draw for partners.
Let's draw for the right to drink first.
Now it's time to draw for the big prize!
Many people came here and drew for the prize.
- draw forth( v.+adv. )
显示出; 引出,博得 cause (sth) to be seen or used
- draw from( v.+prep. )
从…召集或选择 gather or choose (people) from (somewhere or a group)
- draw in( v.+adv. )
在(花钱)上节省,节省开支 be careful about (spending money)
draw sth ⇔ in
The snail drew in its feelers.
Draw in a deep breath and let it out slowly.
深吸一口气,再慢慢把它呼出来。draw sb/sth ⇔ in
His lecture yesterday drew in a large crowd.
His play is drawing in large crowds every night.
Her beauty drew in many men.
The beautiful flowers drew in many bees.
As I reached the ticket barrier, the Beijing train was just drawing in.
The car drew in when it was broken.
当小汽车坏了的时候,它就停到了路边。draw sth ⇔ in
The broken bus was drawn in.
Hours passed and the day drew in.
The days begin to draw in after the summer solstice.
In autumn the days begin to draw in.
The days are drawing in now that it is autumn.
现在是秋季了,白天一天天短起来。draw sth ⇔ in
Next year the bank will draw in some of the money it has lent.
明年银行将把一部分贷款收回来。draw sth ⇔ in
If prices continue to rise, we shall have to draw in our spending even further.
I have spent all my income for the month and will have to draw in it.
- draw into( v.+prep. )
把…拉进,吸引进 encourage (sb) to join (sth); attract (sb/sth) into (sth)
draw into sth
The train is just drawing into the station; if we hurry we can catch it.
火车进站了,要是走快点的话,我们会赶上的。draw sb/sth into sth
They drew me into the activity.
It's your private quarrel, don't try to draw me into it.
He drew her into the discussion.
The funny story drew him into it.
The diaphragm draws air into the lungs.
They were forced to be drawn into the fight.
My brother was drawn into a fight outside the hotel.
The lawyer refused to be drawn into such a shady case.
Almost all the people were drawn into the patriotic health and sanitation campaign.
- draw near( v.+adv. )
即将来临 be about to happen soon
- draw off( v.+adv. )
使转移掉 turn (sth) aside
draw sth ⇔ off
Help me to draw off these muddy boots.
Draw off your gloves!
I want to draw off the clothes.
May I draw off this clothes here?
我能在这儿脱掉这件衣服吗?draw sb/sth ⇔ off
Quickly, draw off some hot water before the pipes burst.
He drew off a pint of beer from the barrel.
Doctors were able to draw off the matter which had collected near the wound.
The pressure inside one of the casks was building up and some liquid had to be drawn off.
The soldiers drew off and waited for the next attack.
The enemy drew off as soon as we made a show of superior strength.
我们一显示出优势的兵力,敌人就撤退了。draw sth ⇔ off
We have orders to draw off our forces.
我们已接到命令撤走军队。draw sth ⇔ off
A sudden shout drew the policeman's attention off, and the prisoner escaped.
- draw on1( v.+adv. )
鼓励,鼓动(某人) encourage (sb), as to talk, move, act, etc.
draw sth ⇔ on
He quickly drew on his football shoes and rushed to the ground.
Help me to draw on these boots, they're very tight.
The man drew on his trousers hurriedly.
It grew colder as night drew on.
As midnight drew on, the party became more boisterous.
As winter drew on, we felt the lack of an efficient way of heating the house.
冬天快到了,我们的房子尚无有效的取暖方法。draw sb/sth on
The feeling that he was near his destination drew him on.
Her refusal only drew her lover on.
They drew the poor child on with false promises.
Try to draw the animals on so that they fall into the trap.
- draw on2〔upon〕( v.+prep. )
(在赛马中)赶上,接近(其他竞争对手) (especially in horseracing) reach; begin to come level with (another competitor)
draw on〔upon〕 sth
You cannot draw on the wall.
He was drawing on the window of the bus with his finger.
Children like drawing on large sheets of paper.
The little boy is drawing upon the table.
这个小男孩正在桌子上乱画。draw sth on〔upon〕 sth
All the pictures were drawn on the blackboard.
The plans were drawn upon the back of an envelope.
几个方案都画在信封的背面。draw on〔upon〕 sb/sth
I shall have to draw on the money I have saved to pay for the holiday.
We draw on her experience throughout the project.
A writer has to draw upon his imagination and experience.
一个作家必须利用他的想象力和个人经历。draw on〔upon〕 sb
Feel free to draw on me for anything you need.
Draw upon me if you need.
如果需要的话就从我这儿拿。draw on〔upon〕 sb/sth
He would not draw on his teacher forever.
Black Prince is beginning to draw upon the leading horse.
- draw out( v.+adv. )
从银行提(款) take (money) from a bank account
draw sth ⇔ out
He drew out his notebook and began to take notes.
He put his hand in the drawer, and drew out a gun.
She put her hand in her pocket and drew out her wallet.
I drew out my savings before the summer holidays began.
I shall have to draw out some more money to pay for that new television set.
为了买那台新电视机,我得再从银行取出些钱来。draw sth ⇔ out
The child drew out the piece of elastic till it measured a yard.
He heated the metal and drew it out into a long wire.
他将那金属加热并将其拉长成为金属线。draw sth ⇔ out
The politician drew out his speech to almost two hours.
He drew his speech out until everyone was bored.
She drew the interview out to over an hour.
They didn't want to draw the battle out.
The discussion was long drawn out.
The battle was long drawn out.
The time has been drawn out.
The days begin to draw out after the winter solstice.
The days are drawing out now that it is spring.
Thank goodness the days are drawing out again,I'm so sick of the winter.
谢天谢地,白天又越来越长了,我太讨厌冬天了。draw out of sth
When all the passengers were on board, the train drew out of the station.
The train drew out of the station.
The last train was drawing out of the station as I ran into the station.
British forces will be drawn out of the troubled area.
Suddenly the car in front of us drew out and nearly caused an accident.
There are two cars drawing out.
有两辆汽车驶出了车辆行列。draw sth ⇔ out
The committee drew out a plan for the reorganization, without showing any details.
委员会只提供了改组计划的大意,没有细加说明。draw sth ⇔ out
Plenty of money often draws out the worst in people.
太多的钱财往往会暴露出一个人的致命弱点。draw sb ⇔ out
Mary is very quiet; try to draw her out at the party.
She's very shy but he managed to draw her out.
He had told her funny stories; he had drawn her out, he had made her laugh.
他给她讲了许多有趣的故事,他使她不再沉默了,他使她笑了起来。draw sb/sth ⇔ out
He has many interesting stories of his travels if you can draw him out.
I was able to draw his story out of him by patient questioning.
They managed to draw him out from him a full account of his escape from captivity.
他们设法让他详述了他是怎样在囚禁后逃出来的。draw sth ⇔ out
I shall have to draw out some more money to pay all these people.
- draw over( v.+prep. )
把…覆盖在…上 pull (sth) over (sth/sb)
draw sth over sb/sth
Draw a sheet over the dead body.
He drew the paper over the money.
She drew a cover over the typewriter.
The trees drew the leaves over the earth.
- draw to1( v.+adv. )
拉上(窗帘) close (curtains)
draw sth to
Will you draw the curtains to, the light is hurting my eyes.
Why not draw the curtains to?
Wind blew into the room when he drew the curtains to.
- draw to2( v.+prep. )
把…拉到…旁 pull sth beside sth
- draw together( v.+adv. )
(使)相遇或接近 (cause to) meet or come closer
The two cars drew too near together, and crashed.
The two boys look just like one and they always draw together.
这两个男孩长得很像,而且他们总是走得很近。draw sb ⇔ together
The man and woman were drawn together by an interest in poetry.
- draw up( v.+adv. )
草拟,拟订(计划、契约等) form; prepare; write (sth)
draw sth ⇔ up
Draw up a chair, and join the conversation.
Draw up a table, there are too many things.
The boat was drawn up on the shore.
小船被拉上了岸。draw sth ⇔ up
She sat on the floor with her legs drawn up.
It seems that he is drawing up something.
The bridge is drawn up, we cannot cross the river.
桥已被拆除,我们不能过河了。draw sb/sth ⇔ up
Draw up the lines and welcome the new teacher.
The soldiers were drawn up in battle lines.
The royal carriage was drawn up outside the palace, ready for the Queen's journey.
A police car drew up just as the robbers left the bank.
A taxi drew up and our boss got out.
The car drew up at the door.
We saw a truck drawing up to our building.
The car drew up to me and three men got out.
The car drew up at the traffic lights.
His car drew up before the oil-filling station.
他把车停在加油站前面。draw sth ⇔ up
The driver drew the horses up only just in time to avoid hitting the child.
She drew up her horse at the top of the hill.
她在小山顶上突然把马勒住。draw (oneself) up
He drew himself up and walked to the platform.
Draw yourself up if you think you are right.
如果你认为你是正确的,那就挺直腰杆。draw sth ⇔ up
Has your lawyer drawn up the contract yet?
Draw up a list of the guests for the dinner.
We drew up a list of things we required.
We drew up an outline for the study of this book.
They are drawing up a plan for the building of a big reservoir.
The general has drawn up a plan to defeat the enemy.
A new will has been drawn up.
- be fast〔quick〕 on the draw
拔枪快 quick at pulling out a hand gun
- beat to the draw
抢在…之前 do sth before sb
beat sb to the draw
They beat us to the draw by signing up our potential singing star.
John was going to apply for the job, but Ted beat him to the draw.
We'll have to decide now whether we want this house or someone else will beat us to the draw.
The unexpected sale beat the competition to the draw by two days.
I beat him to the draw and shot him in the leg.
- draw a line 画一条线
- draw a pattern 绘制图案
- draw a picture 画一幅画
- draw a weather chart 绘制气象图
- draw circular 画圆形
- draw map 绘制地图
- draw picture 画画
- draw a cart 拉大车
- draw a chair 拉一把椅子
- draw a sail 张帆
- draw boat 拖小船
- draw bow 拉弓
- draw rein 勒马
- draw the blinds 拉百叶窗
- draw the curtain 拉窗帘
- draw the sled 拉雪橇
- draw a card 抽出一张卡片
- draw a chicken 抽出鸡的内脏
- draw blood 抽血
- draw cork 拔出瓶塞
- draw gun 拔出枪
- draw iron 从口袋里掏出枪
- draw knife 拔出刀子
- draw lots 抽签
- draw nail 拔出钉子
- draw seedlings 拔起幼苗
- draw the sword 拔剑
- draw water 抽水
- draw weapon 拔出武器
- draw winner 抽签决定胜者
- draw a salary 领取一份工资
- draw an allowance 领取补助金
- draw check〔cheque〕 开一张支票
- draw energy 提取电能
- draw money 提钱
- draw a blank 失败,无所得
- draw a generalization 作出概括
- draw a particular conclusion 得出结论
- draw attention 吸引注意力
- draw fire 吸引火力,招来批评,引起非议
- draw information 得到情报
- draw lesson 吸取教训
- draw strength 吸取力量
- draw a report 起草报告
- draw a will 草拟遗嘱
- draw programme 拟订大纲
- draw a breath 喘口气
- draw a distinction 进行区别
- draw a full house 客满
- draw a longbow 吹牛,夸口
- draw a term 被判徒刑
- draw audience 吸引观众
- draw comparison 进行对照
- draw first blood 发动初次攻击
- draw parallel 进行比较
- draw tears 催人泪下
- draw dry 抽干
- draw fine 精打细算
- draw level 打成平局
- draw mild 心平气和地说
- draw near 挨近,靠近
- draw strong 小题大做
- draw tight 拉紧
- draw ahead 向前移动,领先
- draw ashore 拉上岸
- draw deep 吃水深
- draw well 叫座
- draw affectionately 充满深情地描绘
- draw apologetically 道歉地写下
- draw badly (烟囱)通风不好
- draw beautifully 画得好
- draw contentedly 心满意足地吸收
- draw easily 容易拔出
- draw exquisitely 技艺精湛地画出
- draw hastily 仓促地定出
- draw haughtily 轻蔑地拔出
- draw inevitably 不可避免地招致
- draw irresistibly 不可抗拒地引诱
- draw passionately 热情地描绘
- draw passively 消极地吸收
- draw reluctantly 勉强地写出
- draw sketchily 粗略地写出
- draw symbolically 象征性地画出
- draw apart 拉开
- draw around 围在四周
- draw aside 拉开
- draw away 迅速离开
- draw back 拉开,招致,惹起,往回走,退却,缩回
- draw down 向下移,扯下
- draw down blinds 拉下百叶窗
- draw forth 招致,博得
- draw in (天)变短,收(网),引诱,紧缩开支,进站
- draw in one's breath 吸一口气
- draw in one's horns 收敛自己的傲气,打退堂鼓
- draw in water-color 用水彩绘
- draw off 排出,脱去,撤退,转移(注意力),(车)向…开过来
- draw off troops 撤退军队
- draw on 利用,穿上,戴上,吸收,引用,动用
- draw on savings 动用积蓄
- draw out 拔出,抽出,劝说,套出,使停下来
- draw out battle 拖延战事
- draw out important information 套出重要的情报
- draw out one's watch 取出挂表
- draw through the water to the shore 从水中拖上岸
- draw to 拉上
- draw together 使靠拢
- draw up 提出,起草,制订,出(题),吸收,使停住,整队
- draw up a plan 草拟计划
- draw up a report 草拟报告
- draw after one's mother 很像母亲
- draw against 从…支取
- draw along the street 沿街拖着走
- draw at doors 在家门口停下来
- draw between 分清…,划清…
- draw between ourselves and the enemy 分清敌我
- draw by a rope 用绳拖
- draw for 征召
- draw for a prize 抽奖
- draw from 从…中抽出〔拔出,取出,吸取〕
- draw from all ranks of society 从社会各阶层吸收
- draw into 把…吸收入,把…抽成(丝)
- draw sb into a quarrel 使某人卷入一场争吵中
- draw over 把…覆盖在…上
- draw towards the town 向那个城镇进发
- draw upon one's experience 根据自己的经验
- draw upon oneself 自取灭亡
- draw with a person 同某人不分胜负
- draw with a team 同某队不分胜负
- draw bar 拉杆
- draw bench 拉床
- draw bolt 牵引螺栓
- draw bridge 吊桥
- draw gate 运河上的水闸
- draw gear 火车车厢挂钩
- draw hole 拉模孔
- draw knife 刮刀
- draw plate 拉模板
- draw power 抽运功率
- draw vice 拉钳
- on the first draw 在第一次抽签中
- draw for the second round of the European Cup 欧洲杯第二轮比赛的抽签
The first draw of the day was in Flamborough, where a fox was killed.出自：Abingdon Herald
He drew a Paper of Verses out of his Pocket.出自： Addison
I..drew my hat over my face.出自： F. Burney
Josef..drew the string on which the revolver dangled a couple of inches higher.出自： G. Greene
He took her wrist and drew her into the street.出自： I. McEwan
Wilfrid..drew himself erect.出自： refl.
- draw的基本意思有二:一是“画”; 二是“拉”。作“画”解时指用铅笔、蜡笔、粉笔等画素描、画线、画地图等。引申可指“描绘”,也可指“划清是非界限”。draw的第二个意思是“拉”,指连续地、平稳地、从容地、和缓地拉向用力者或向前拉或拖。引申则可指“拔出”“取出”“抽出”“提取”“汲取”“领取”“引起”“吸引”或“推断出”等。
- draw用作名词时意思是“抽奖,抽签”,指在众多的选择中任意抽出一个来决定某一件事情或决定一个奖项。draw还可指在一场比赛中,没能分出胜负,即“平局”。用于比喻, draw还可指“有吸引力的人或事物”,指某人或某事对他人充满了诱惑力。draw还可指“吸烟”。
- draw, drag, pull
- 首先, draw和pull都指拉向动作者,而drag则指拖向另一地; 其次, drag所拖之物一般较重, pull多为一时突然的动作,而draw则显得从容。例如:
- He drew me to himself.
- He dragged the piano to the corner of the room.
- He pulled the door open and rushed out.
- draw, paint
- draw多指用铅笔画素描类画; 而paint常指用色彩画水彩画或油画。
- draw out, drag out
- 两者都可作“使…拖得很长”解。drag out侧重于时间的拉长; 而draw out侧重于把事物本身拉长; draw out还有“汲取,草拟”的意思。
- He drew a cat.
- He drew a picture of cat.
误 The artist drew some pictures to us.
正 The artist drew some pictures for us.
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的dragan，意为拖，抓；最初源自原始日耳曼语的dhragh，意为划线，画图形。