- To pull, move or draw away:
- To draw, push, or impel towards (oneself); to attract:
- To extract; to draw out (moisture or liquid)
- To lead or bring (something); to take with oneself.
- To put, take, or position somewhere.
- To support or influence; to exert power over
- To effect a condition or state; to make (into).
- To acquire; to gain or receive.
- To drag behind as punishment.
- (cooking) To lead through a sieve.
- (chess) To make a move; to move a piece.
- To go to; to become closer or nearer to:
- To draw out; to spread out or extend:
- To make or create; to cause to come about:
- To draw straws or lots.
- To pull apart; to tear to bits (especially with down)
- (mathematics) To add; to perform addition.
- (mathematics) To come to; to add up to.
Conjugation of drawen (strong class 6)
|1st person singular||drawe||drogh, drough, drew|
|2nd person singular||drawest||drowe(st), drewe(st)|
|3rd person singular||draweþ, draweth||drogh, drough, drew|
|drawende, drawinge||(y)drawe(n), (y)draw(n)|