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2 Translation results for drawn in Spanish

adjective | verb

drawn adjective

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dibujado a lapiz; recogido; demacrado, ojeroso; empatado

Example sentences of
drawn adjective

  • His illness left him looking very pale and drawn.
  • She had a drawn face.

draw verb

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drew, has drawn, is drawing, draws
tirar, jalar, correr (cortinas); dibujar, trazar; atraer; provocar, suscitar; aspirar; sacar, extraer; cobrar (un sueldo, etc.); tensar (un arco); empatar (en deportes); formular, llegar a
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A person draws a face.

Example sentences of
draw verb

  • The computer can draw the graph for you.
  • Students drew maps of the states and labeled them.
  • She sat down and began to draw.
  • The case has drawn attention to the fact that many athletes never graduate.
  • I would like to draw your attention to the third line.
  • The band always draws a large crowd.
  • The college draws students from around the world.
  • The animals were drawn to the campsite by the smell of food.
  • We hope the display in the window will draw customers in from the street.
  • The lure of city life has drawn away many of the town's young people.

Detailed synonyms for draw verb

See: Pull

Reverse translation for drawn

recogido  - quiet, secluded 
demacrado  - emaciated, gaunt 
tirar  - to pull, to draw, to throw, to hurl, to toss, to shoot, to throw away, to throw out, to waste, to attract, to knock down, to shoot, to fire, to launch, to get by, to manage, to take (a photo), to print, to run off 
jalar  - to pull, to tug, to pull, to pull together, to attract, to draw in, to hurry up, to get going, to be in working order 
correr  (cortinas) - to run, to race, to travel over, to cover, to move, to slide, to roll, to draw (curtains), to rush, to flow 
dibujar  - to draw, to sketch, to portray, to depict 
trazar  - to trace, to draw up, to devise, to outline, to sketch 
atraer  - to attract 
provocar  - to provoke, to cause, to provoke, to pique 
suscitar  - to provoke, to give rise to 
aspirar  - to inhale, to breathe in, to aspire to 
sacar  - to kick off (in soccer or football), to pull out, to take out, to get, to obtain, to serve (in sports), to get out, to extract, to stick out, to bring out, to pull off, to introduce 
extraer  - to extract 
cobrar  (un sueldo, etc.) - to charge, to be paid, to collect, to draw, to earn, to acquire, to gain, to recover, to retrieve, to cash (a check), to claim, to take (a life), to shoot (game), to bag 
tensar  (un arco) - to tense, to make taut, to draw (a bow) 
empatar  (en deportes) - to tie, to connect, to result in a draw, to be tied 
formular  - to formulate, to draw up, to make, to lodge (a protest or complaint) 
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