Phrasal verbs with “DRAW” in English

The verb to draw [drɔː] is an irregular verb. Its main forms are presented in the table

InfinitivePast SimplePast Participle
to drawdrewdrawn

Consider the common phrasal verbs with to draw in English

  • draw away
    • While other draw away attention customers, he replaces
  • draw aside
    • She drew me aside as soon as she saw an opportunity
  • draw back
    • The crowd drew back to let the firemen through
  • draw down
    • The United Nations could ultimately draw down all or part of the $1.5 billion.
  • draw in 
    • The train drew in and the passengers began to get off
    • It’s your private quarrel, don’t try to draw me in
    • Close the curtains, the evening is drawing in
  • draw into
    • He is able to draw into the life of a lonely person a soul mate, as well as strengthen the already existing union
  • draw on
    • Many search engines draw on the technologies of a select few
  • draw out
    • He’s very shy, someone should draw him out
    • The train drew out of the station
    • He drew out some money to pay his rent
  • draw up

    • The cab drew up outside the house
    • The committee drew up a five- point plan to revive the economy
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