draw

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down - draw - dress

Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
draw

Third-person singular
draws

Past tense
drew

Past participle
drawn

Present participle
drawing

  1. When you draw, you use a pencil, pen, crayon, etc. to make a picture.
    She drew a beautiful picture of the sky on a bright white piece of paper.
  2. If a person is attracted or interested in an event, then he is drawn to it.
    The discover of gold in the West drew many people living in the East to move westward.

Noun[change]

Singular
draw

Plural
draws

  1. When a game is tied and no one has won, then the game is a draw.
    The game ended 3 to 3. We were disappointed that it was a draw.
  2. A draw is when the winners of a lottery are announced.
    The draw is on Tuesday. I hope I won.