In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(move by pulling)descorrercorrer(bow) tensarI drew my belt tighter — me apreté más el cinturón
- The nurse drew the curtain shut again and walked off.
- A little girl drew the curtains open to reveal a window to the street outside, where people walked by, seeming to be part of the performance.
- She drew open the shower curtain and closed the shower.
- I drew open the curtains, let white light wash through the before dark room.
- Without her knowing, the man had shut the windows and drawn the curtains.
- He drew the curtains shut silently and turned around, not offering a word.
- We draw open the curtain and emerge from the cubicle together.
- She walked over to the window and drew the curtains, shutting out the inquisitive glare of the moon.
- She pulled the heavy window shut, drew the curtains, and fell sleepily onto the bed.
- She shut the windows and drew her curtains, letting her gaze linger on the moon for a while.
- The waitress shuts the windows and draws the curtains.
- I switched off my bedside lamp and drew open the curtains.
- The windows upstairs were shut, the curtains drawn.
- When it came to the end of the day, though, I was more than happy to draw the curtains and shut the day out.
- She tightened her robe and drew open the curtains.
- The curtains were drawn so I moved quickly over to them to see what kind of view was behind them.
- He tried to spy Claire behind one of them, but as always the curtains were drawn shut.
- I drew open the curtains on a glorious day, the light even, clear, and merciless.
- I closed the door behind me and drew the curtains open so the moonlight could beam into my room.
- A few moments later someone drew the curtains, shutting the light down to a soft dim.
1.2(in specified direction)draw your chair up to the table — acerca / arrima la silla a la mesa
- he drew his cloak about him — se envolvió bien en la capa
- he drew her aside / to one side — la llevó a un lado
- her hair was drawn back into a bun — llevaba el pelo recogido en un moño
1.3(pull along)(sled/cart) tirar de(sled/cart) arrastrarthe cart was drawn by a horse — un caballo tiraba del carro
- Horses drawing carts clip-clop along the unsurfaced roads and gypsy children run barefoot in hot pursuit.
- Although the roads were busy, this was mainly of vehicles drawn by sheep or goats or ancient bicycles.
- The princess and the fairy mage were bound by ropes as prisoners on a covered wagon drawn by two horses that didn't seem quite normal.
- Behind him, drawn by two milky oxen, was a cart laid with cloth of purple.
- He followed the same method as the Philistines when they sent it back to Israel and put it on a new cart, drawn by oxen.
- Aunty Miss left her entire property to a mysterious young man who arrived in a brown carriage drawn by brown horses from the east a week after her death.
- Steam engines were then made portable so that they could be drawn by horses.
- All of them were taken to a large area, once the Town Square, which was filled with large carts, drawn by black horses.
- In 1990, authorities in Florence decreed that horses drawing carriages in the city must wear a form of nappies.
- Twelve enormous carved wheels appear to support the temple-chariot which is drawn by seven galloping horses.
- The former soldier's coffin was draped in a Union Jack and carried to St Bartholomew's Church, in Park Lane, on a carriage drawn by two horses.
- The path is just wide enough for a horse drawing a single cart.
- Prince Rupert of the Rhine drove to the battle of Marston Moor in a coach drawn by six horses.
- Sometime later it was adopted as a funeral carriage drawn by two horses.
- He introduced ambulances volantes, light, two-wheeled, sprung vehicles, drawn by two horses, for the rapid evacuation of the wounded.
- The hapless Christians mixed burning limestone and drew carts like horses, in between brutal beatings, from dawn to dusk.
- The peasant I had seen on my way to Evora that morning, trudging a field behind a hand-plough drawn by a pair of bullocks, might have been his father.
- Her glass carriage was drawn by four white horses decorated with pink plumage and two coach men dressed in white suits, pink ties and top hats.
- He looked up to see a richly garbed carriage rumbling slowly and carefully toward him drawn by two dappled horses.
- The rarely-used Scottish state coach, drawn by four white horses, was escorted by two squadrons of the Household Cavalry.
2(bring to specified state)the chairman drew the meeting to a close — el presidente dio por terminada la reunión
- it has been drawn to my attention that … — se me ha señalado que …
3.1(pull out)(tooth/cork) sacar(cork/tooth) extraer formal(gun) desenfundar(gun) sacar(sword/dagger) desenvainar(sword/dagger) sacarto draw water (from a well) — sacar agua (de un pozo)
- he drew a $100 bill out of / from his wallet — sacó un billete de 100 dólares de su cartera
- There was also the chilling sound of a sword - several swords - being drawn.
- And he drew off the contents of the cyst with a needle.
- She tensed and sprang up, drawing her two swords.
- The others stood, not questioning Jim's direction, and drew their guns for the second time in less than an hour.
- Women wash their hair in the water and householders draw some out to sprinkle in their doorways for a good harvest and fruitfulness to come.
- The blond drew a spiked chain, while the other drew a nefariously shaped sword.
- It was like leeches they used back when, to draw off bad blood but in this case they drew off fat.
- I bit my lip in concentration and drew an arrow, pulling the bowstring taut.
- The two other figures moved forward and drew their swords, then broke into a charge.
- Even when the idea of justice is interpreted in a positive light, one should refrain from drawing one's sword indiscriminately.
- The guards with the torches came running back and joined the other six in drawing swords and moving for the shadow that was pulling the gate open.
- Aluminum wire, drawn from rolled rod, may be stranded into cable of any desired size and type.
- A violent row broke out between the four men at which stage the two attackers drew Samurai swords and attempted to slash their victims.
- He heard the whine of steel on scabbard and drew his two swords, barely crossing them in time to intercept her drive.
- He moves ever closer, drawing a dagger, with a smile on his face.
- He held the knife threateningly in his left hand, and drew his black ruby sword in his right.
- The other acted immediately, drawing his gun and pulling the trigger.
- The doc drew off a lot of fluid - then it was up to Kris.
- The naturally occurring well is renowned for the purity of its water, which is drawn with the aid of a mechanical pump.
- She quickly drew her knife, pulled him in by wrapping an arm around his neck.
- The structure of heavily drawn wire or rolled sheet consists of very long interlocking grains.
- Cecil quickly drew his other sword, and took a defensive stance.
3.2(cause to flow)sacarto draw blood — sacar / hacer salir sangre literal
- (breathe) to draw breath — respirar
- Vacuum filters often use cloth or wire screen to hold the solids as the liquid is drawn through.
- The liquid drawn off after the salted fish had fermented for about two months was garum or liquamen; allec or allex was the name of the solid residue, which also had culinary uses.
- The oil container draws the oil into the wicks so they will burn continuously.
- He mercilessly sunk his teeth into her delicate skin and drank the red liquid that he drew.
- In his hand that had not been crushed, he gripped the jagged shard of glass even while it pricked him and drew more red liquid.
- The liquid is drawn into a nebulizer, which breaks it up into a spray of tiny droplets.
- A critical water shortage has hit Luwingu district following the continued strike by council workers forcing residents to draw their domestic supply from suspected contaminated sources.
- As the tall man walked over to Shacago, the nurse drew some almost translucent liquid out of a bottle and into a thick needle.
- They wanted a reliable, low-cost and easily managed system supplying potable water to a complex of delivery points across town, eliminating the need for people to draw their water from suspect sources.
- As he drew some of the clear liquid from the bottle into the syringe, Mercury tried to read the label over his shoulder but found it plain.
3.3Games(domino/card) sacar(card/domino) robarshe drew the winning number — sacó el número ganador
- The declarer then draws an equal number of cards from the top of the heap, including the face-up trump card if the contract is vuelta.
- But he hung on, and drew the next 17 games before losing yet again in the 27th game.
- Albion Sports made it through to the last four of the West Riding County Sunday Cup but Queens Athletic will have to wait until the weekend after drawing their game.
- Yorkshire showed several changes from the side which drew their Championship match against Lancashire at Old Trafford last week.
- Sandeep seemed to be happy with the silver, after quickly drawing his final round game against compatriot K. Narayanan, who won the bronze with five points.
- It was in Nancy that I had my biggest spat with a team-mate, who came on as substitute and twice got caught in possession so that we drew a game we had led 2-0.
- Simutowe lost his seventh game before drawing his eighth at the seven-round tournament where two extra rounds were added.
- Any player who draws a card of the trump rank during the deal may place it face up on the table, and its suit then becomes trumps for the hand.
- The player who drew the trump card keeps it and begins phase two.
- Eagles, who last season grabbed most of the silverware on offer, won all their five games while Buffaloes and LCC won three and drew one game each.
- If you look at it, we have been 2-0 up in two or three games this season and we've thrown it away because teams have come back at us and they've either won or drawn the game.
- Bucks are yet to win a game in six matches, having drawn three which takes their points tally to only three - a point above bottom of the log, Jomo Cosmos.
- Passage won five of the six games played and drew the other.
- After that game, the talk was about Nchelenge who out of their four preliminary games lost only one and drew three games against Sikalongo, Kasama and St Johns.
- This looks like being a record season for games being drawn at halftime - I may well come back to revisit this subject in April or May when we'll know if the trend has continued.
- Both had won five of their previous six games, drawing the other, but the Third Division side dominated possession for much of the match.
- A player who cannot play may be penalised by having to draw one or more cards from an undealt stock.
- We drew the game 1-1, but they are an excellent footballing side and I'm not surprised to see them up near the top of the table.
- Two other Zambians at the championship, Jere and Mwali drew their game after being matched together in the third round.
- But during a week of brilliant sunshine the Carlow Town lads also shone brightly as they went from strength to strength, winning six games, drawing one and losing one.
- If the name of the game was to draw games Greengates would have won the league already.
- And to rub salt in the wound Rovers completed the job at the Reebok Stadium after drawing the first game at Prenton Park.
- He lost twice and drew three games to finish a distant 31st with 7.5 points.
- Along the way they have won 29 and drawn one, scoring 193 goals and conceding just 34.
- If you draw a card of the trump rank during the deal, you are not obliged to expose it immediately or at all.
3.4(in contest, tournament)Italy has been drawn to play France — a Italia le ha tocado en el sorteo jugar contra Francia
4.1Finance(salary/pension) cobrar(pension/salary) percibir formal(check) girar(check) librarto draw money from / out of the bank — retirar / sacar dinero del banco
- You put off buying an annuity, invest the money, and draw some of it off as a pension.
- In the normal course customers pay their credit card accounts on time by drawing against deposits at banks on which effectively no interest is being paid.
- We were afraid that if we opened the door on treatment at all, then all of our money would be drawn away.
- The MPs decided that the money drawn would be taxed by 16 per cent instead of the present 20 per cent.
- No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law.
- He said the bank would not draw or demand any money from the client as the bank would only claim insurance when one was fired.
- First, is this a situation in which money can be drawn down merely because there is a bona fide claim?
- Money has been drawn away from deposit accounts to unit trusts, life assurance, and pension plans.
- What is interesting is that all private sector industries are being run with money drawn from publicly owned banks.
- The money will be drawn using a card and a PIN at a post office.
- When so much importance and security is given to draw one's own money from a bank, why not show similar care for one's health?
- Akzo subsidized these low prices by money drawn from the plastics sector.
- The value is subject to the normal income tax on the money drawn down from the fund or annuity.
- Less money will be available to government, and that money will be drawn more heavily from those who have the least.
- My mother has never paid a bill, written a cheque or drawn money from the bank in her life.
4.2(derive)(strength) sacarthe painting draws its inspiration from nature — el cuadro se inspira en la naturaleza
- she drew comfort from the fact that … — se consoló pensando que …
- they were drawn from all sections of society — provenían de todos los sectores sociales
- He often draws his inspiration from animals and examples of his latest work use a study of lizards as a starting point.
- The Carlow Brewing Company draws its inspiration from the history of the surrounding area to produce traditional Celtic recipes.
- In contrast, civilization's three previous historic forms of government drew their power from different sources.
- The operating budget draws its funds from three sources: tuition dollars, alumni gifts through the annual fund and a portion of the return from the endowment, Aase said.
- These four talented musicians draw their inspiration from widely varied sources of music.
- That extra man proved to be a hindrance to Laois however and it was Dublin who drew most inspiration from the situation.
- While he and his once-youthful collaborators have become modern icons, Baldry draws his inspiration from the masters of an even earlier era.
- Historians now drew their inspiration from indigenous language sources and local colonial archives.
- Performing in the traditional Irish style, he draws his inspiration from another age.
- Should they be more discerning about the sources they draw their information from?
- Most ancient kings were attributed to the highest order of priesthood, and drew their authority from a divine source, for whom they acted as a living representative.
- Even some of the government hospitals draw their supplies from the same source.
- The collection of poetry by the Kilkelly man, who draws his inspiration from real life events, is available in Newsround, Main St., and Caulfield's, Upper Main St. Ballyhaunis.
- It draws its inspiration from Norway, where the government started phasing in smoking restrictions in the late 1980s, stipulating that 25 per cent of all tables in bars and restaurants must be non-smoking.
- Evans draws her inspiration from an old-growth forest on Vancouver Island.
- Other fountains drew their inspiration from various Greek legends, thus infusing a sense of mystery to every sight that one laid one's eyes on.
- While in England, he noticed that many of those working for the abolition of slavery drew their inspiration from the Bible.
- Assu draws his inspiration from his friends, family and mixed-cultural upbringing.
- They also drew an inspiration from what they learn in the classroom, informs one of the art teachers who supervised the ambitious, annual project.
- Thy drew their inspiration from a group of women who decided to walk around London in aid of breast cancer.
5(establish)(parallel/distinction/analogy) establecerhe drew the conclusion that … — llegó a / sacó la conclusión de que …
- there's a lesson to be drawn from all this — de todo esto podemos sacar una lección / aprender algo
6.1(attract)(crowd/customers) atraerI was soon drawn into the argument — pronto me vi envuelto en la discusión
- may I draw your attention to the fact that … — permítanme señalarles que …
- to draw attention to oneself — llamar la atención
- to be drawn to/toward sb/sth — sentirse atraído por/hacia algn/algo
- The event drew a huge crowd, as this sport gatherers greater and greater interest amongst the locals.
- The Thursday before the two marquee events drew a crowd of 23,630.
- The event drew an enthusiastic audience of 1,100 on a Saturday evening.
- It glittered with the intensity of the sun, then brighter, drawing everyone's attention to her instead.
- We create attractive cost efficient websites that will draw visitors and customers to your business or personal web pages.
- When they finally came onstage, my attention immediately was drawn to their pants.
- Soaring temperatures brought Lewisham residents out in force to enjoy two annual events which always draw a huge crowd.
- By the way, can I draw everyone's attention to my overuse of parentheses in the last paragraph?
- Over the years, no event ever drew such crowds to town and it was a day of days that never failed to give people a day out and of course it will jog old memories.
- The groups have wanted to use park space for this cultural event, which draws visitors and participants from all corners of the United States.
- Perhaps then, attention should be drawn to the aspects that the team does have.
- But what's drawn everyone's attention of course is the high, the highest tax rate.
- During argument, my attention has been drawn to certain decisions on the duty to give reasons in a planning context.
- The English department held a teach-in that, like other such events, drew a crowd.
- His funeral will be at the National Cathedral, an event likely to draw world leaders.
- This eagerly anticipated annual event once again drew the crowds and this time there was the added attraction of an extra race on the town centre circuit.
- In other words, their attention has been drawn to a stimulus, without any knowledge or appreciation of the significance of the stimulus.
- Though more public attention has been drawn to homeworkers, eight years later, their situations have barely improved.
- All nine drivers deserve the highest praise for performing faultlessly throughout the event, which drew a total crowd of nearly 100,000 over the three days.
- Now our attention has been drawn to a magazine item, ominously headed ‘Coppergate row continues’.
- I draw the Court's attention to the fact that the intent of this application was for the imprisonment of me, as the respondent to the application.
- The event drew record crowds for the three day festival with 150,000 in attendance.
- Since attention has been drawn to dog fouling there has been no dog mess in the verge.
- It drew the Government's attention to the economic benefits of giving the Western Bay the same priority as Auckland's urgent needs.
- But it is the idea of introducing new innovative transport schemes, such as a mass transit system, that will draw the most attention.
- Angelos caught her hand, which muted her thoughts and drew her attention instantly in alarm.
- Although Friday was cloudy and blighted with intermittent rain, the weather proved kind on Saturday with sunshine and warmth drawing crowds to the event.
- Here, luxuriously confined, they drew crowds of visitors attracted by their boisterous commentary.
- Both girls were chanting, causing more attention to be drawn to them as they drove along in the cherry red sports car.
- Such events often draw crowds of several hundred people and are well covered in local and regional newspapers.
- Of late, though, my attention has been drawn away by a new game, scheduled to be released early next year, called Freedom Force.
- A great variety of attractive gifts drew everyone's attention for purchases at the cake stall, toys, raffles, bric-a-brac.
- But it was the opening event that had drawn a healthy crowd of onlookers.
- But none of these accomplishments would draw the attention Birthday Letters did.
- The monsters and other sci-fi characters are the attractions that draw people to our events, and help us raise money.
- Not only does he brew the tsipouro, he's also a talented singer, and was ‘in concert’ for guests one night, an event which also drew a large audience of locals.
- In this city, fashion events always draw excited crowds.
- Attention was first drawn to the flat when workers in the bakery below reported a brownish-coloured fluid staining their walls on Tuesday.
- It attracts advertisers by drawing a large audience of users to its service.
- Not since the Getty Center has a new Los Angeles building attracted the attention drawn by the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
6.2(elicit)(response) obtener(praise) conseguir(criticism/protest) provocar(criticism/protest) suscitar(laughter/applause) arrancarto draw tears/a smile from sb — hacer llorar/hacer sonreír a algn
- we finally drew the story out of him — finalmente logramos sonsacarle lo que había pasado
- I asked him about it, but he wouldn't be drawn — se lo pregunté, pero se negó a decir nada
- Based on the data, the company buys additional time on stations that draw the best response.
- Another cover version drew a more mixed response from both these listeners, however.
- The USA drew the loudest applause of the day at the Pond, which was open to the public.
- I write to address criticisms drawn in response to my call for a secret ballot.
- While the paragraph on the Holocaust draws the most emotional responses, other points have also sparked criticism.
- However, pure air drew no enhanced response from this region.
- In each particular case, the appropriate response must be drawn from prayer and grace.
- Yet her first aria as Liu drew the first overwhelming applause of the evening.
- That should draw the largest applause in the Old Vic.
- The biggest hole in the first draft of the bill, and which drew the heaviest criticism was the failure to mention the right to a Gaelic education.
- The comments represented a break from earlier determined predictions of victory, and drew an immediate Democratic response.
- It became clear, however, that the play drew a rather different response from much of its audience.
- What kind of world is this that when a person states the obvious, it is so counter to the deceptive spin of the media and the government that it draws the strongest applause of the conference?
- It is in this vein that economics draws the most criticism from the ‘hard’ sciences.
- Any suggestion of a major disturbance in the temple precincts would have drawn an immediate vigorous response.
- ‘As the law concerns almost everyone, it drew a bigger response than any other amendment,’ Zhang said.
- This aspect of homeopathy draws the most criticism because it's difficult to understand and has no scientific explanation.
- It's an olive branch sheathed like a blade, but it draws the largest applause of the night.
- The exhibition drew such a strong response from visitors that Cartwright Hall decided to have a permanent collection of calligraphy from the Muslim world.
- This was one of the aspects of ‘Patriot II’ that drew the most criticism.
7.1(sketch)(picture/flower) dibujar(line) trazar(plan/guidelines) trazar
- A horizontal line was drawn 5 mm perpendicular from the sternum keel of each print.
- Dodger took another piece of paper and drew a cone with a wide base and a line near the bottom to show the ground; then near the top he put in a small circle connected to the cone by a line.
- He was an intelligent man and drew a line delineating that region of South Australia that experienced, by and large, reliable rainfall, from that which did not.
- He just draws on everything and smokes cigarettes all day long.
- To help rectify this, Council will begin by redefining the city boundary - drawing a line beyond which transport and bulk services will not be offered.
- Each picture was carefully drawn with pencil and then color was added, much as his mature artwork was done.
- A girl at the pub sits next to me, another forward blond, maybe four years old, and takes my paper and pen and draws me.
- She drew soaring cityscapes in crayon, painted remote-looking girls in watercolor.
- The stuff I draw is a bit weird; it's just another way of expressing myself, it's just for me really.
- And even areas where boundary lines have been drawn have not been free of problems.
- China's territorial boundary line is drawn extending around contested islands in the South China Sea.
- In a kitchen in Corringham, he drew a pencil sketch of the logo, featuring a globe flanked by a knife and fork, which he sent away to organisers, who adopted it for their cause.
- He drew a lovely picture of St. Patrick and he likes sketching.
- The sketches included a self-portrait drawn by the artist in 1937.
- He told his comrades that he could draw what was under the canvas.
- Through that point draw a horizontal line to the intersection with the hypotenuse.
- Rose was sitting quietly, absent-mindedly drawing her picture with thick, dark slashes of her pencil.
- Together, they drew lines, and squiggles, and circles, until the green crayon was exhausted.
- Even just random swirly things suggest that he's got an amazing and steady hand at drawing.
- When police gave him a sheet of paper, he drew a grand piano.
- Only after students have lightly drawn their designs in pencil are they allowed to crack open the watercolor set and splash ahead.
- Deacon draws pictures to illustrate the various ways of getting from A to B.
- A note pinned to the fridge has a hen and a pan on fire drawn on it.
- Next, the children drew pictures to represent some signs of spring.
- You can ask the children to create a different ending to the story or draw different pictures to illustrate what they have read.
- This incongruity revealed a much deeper problem than inconsistency in drawing racial lines between North and South.
- Rege drew a diagram to illustrate body placement and its effect on decreasing speed rapidly.
- Please indicate italics by underlining and indicate boldface by drawing a wavy line beneath the affected characters.
- He's an independent filmmaker now working for a Manhattan advertising firm, drawing animated tacos and hating on his boss every chance he gets.
- In one of his last cartoons for the paper, Sherffius drew a Republican elephant riding a pig representing pork-barrel projects.
- The main problem is a disagreement about where to draw the boundary lines between the camps.
- She could never draw properly when she knew someone was watching.
- It is not be the first time these areas have become part of this zone; in 1997 the line was drawn as far north as Nantes River.
- It doesn't take much to chart really, just a program that lets you draw a straight line.
- It was obvious to me that the woman she'd drawn was real, not just imagined.
- But to understand and analyze the overall debate, it is useful to draw the boundary lines with broad brushstrokes.
- In the 1920s, Ireland had a Boundary Committee that drew the border between North and South.
- Sara watched from her desk as kids chatted with friends, threw paper airplanes, and drew offensive pictures and symbols on the chalkboard.
- Lines are drawn on a canvas, either harmonious curves or cosmic chaos.
- Then yesterday I was drawing wiggly lines in my sketchbook (like you do) and lo - people.
- For example, a comic book character doesn't really come to life until drawn on a piece of paper or whatever.
- This allows the user to draw diagrams or pictures more easily through software commands.
- Thus it is impossible to draw the above picture in one pencil stroke without retracing.
- Pictures must be drawn in pencil, black ink or charcoal so that they can be copied onto the front page.
- He developed the hemicyclium, a sundial which has the hour lines drawn on the surface of a conic section giving greater accuracy.
- If you buy the upgrade package the cartoonist will draw pictures of the characters in your book, talking about you.
- But it is also a very attractive subject in itself, since its basic ideas can be understood very easily, and involve drawing colourful pictures.
- We held a competition to see who could draw the best picture of the world showing the links between all the countries of the UN.
- The embodied capacity to write and draw seems to rule over the languid group of objects underneath.
- Peels were put in slide frames and studied under a binocular microscope and drawn using a camera lucida.
- I started drawing and a piece of paper landed on my desk.
- My guess is that is he is a good observer who draws what he sees.
- He was drawing lines and putting numbers on various areas.
- Sometimes I go through spells when I just draw, when I just write, when I just paint.
- An informal boundary line has been drawn between these armed camps.
- This time around, you are older, and you probably do not have the desire to draw, nor post your personal art on the family fridge.
- However the map was drawn in pencil, it had no towns, no villages, no roads, no mountain names, no river names.
- This is part of the Swindon Music Festival and children taking part have been asked to design and draw a picture that represents the festival.
- He drew a line indicating the limit of the rainfall which coincided with the southern boundary of saltbush country.
- All 280 pupils at the school drew self-portraits in coloured pencil and showcased them in a special exhibition in the school hall.
7.2(describe)pintara well-drawn character — un personaje bien perfilado
9Nauticalthe ship draws 25 feet of water — el barco tiene un calado de 25 pies
1(move)to draw close to / near (to) sth/sb — acercarse a algo/algn
- she drew close to him — se acercó a él
- to draw to an end / a close — finalizar
- as the year draws to an / its end / to a close — al finalizar / concluir el año
- the train drew out of/into the station — el tren salió de/entró en la estación
- to draw ahead of sb/sth — adelantarse a algn/algo
- to draw level with sb/sth — alcanzar a algn/algo
- the visiting team drew level after 15 minutes — el equipo visitante empató en el minuto 15
- But the only moral conclusion we can draw from this is that we shouldn't be cloning humans yet.
- It depends upon inferences to be drawn from various circumstances.
- Let me detail this a little, and then draw some broader conclusions at the end.
- However, William James also drew a further distinction which is not strongly represented in modern studies of attention.
- In my view, the law draws a clear distinction between fiduciary duties and other duties that may be owed by a person in a fiduciary position.
- The Court's opinion draws no such distinction.
- Firstly, there must have been some overt act by the land owner or some demonstrable circumstances from which the inference can be drawn that permission was in fact given.
- I can see that there could be circumstances where one would draw that conclusion.
- No distinction will be drawn between the commercial and leisure sectors and the limits will apply to anyone who is flying or working with aircraft in their free time.
- For the writer, there's a fine distinction to be drawn between caption text and speech bubble.
- A crucial distinction has been drawn between reproductive and therapeutic cloning.
- The Committee supports the need for a distinction to be drawn between such party-political activities and other types of lobbying activity.
- It is too late to point all this out now that the distinction has been drawn.
- In the circumstances, a negative inference cannot be drawn against the Bank as a result of its failure to produce the transaction slips.
- A distinction might be drawn between a culture and a belief system (religious or otherwise).
- Some Western leaders are drawing a sharper distinction in the debate of freedom of speech.
- The Court drew a somewhat uneasy distinction between documentary evidence and oral explanations.
- Current research also confirms that important distinctions are to be drawn among different suicide criteria.
- What conclusions could we draw under these circumstances?
- I am wholly unable to draw any such inference or conclusion.
- A distinction can be drawn between ‘superstitions’ and other kinds of folklore belief.
- I do not think there is any distinction to be drawn between these different categories (nursing care and child-minding).
- This involves a consideration of the reasonableness of the inferences to be drawn from the circumstantial evidence.
- It's a fine distinction to be drawn, clearly - but we know that governments have more information than the general public.
- Theres a moral or parable or some sort of conclusion to be drawn from that there…
- So Rushton's use of this data to draw the conclusions he reaches about hereditability is sound in my opinion.
- A broad distinction may be drawn between interpretive and non-interpretive approaches to ethnographic inquiry.
- That case which was Weisensteiner, the court said that in the circumstances of the case, an adverse inference should be drawn.
- To make it clear, South Australia draws no such distinction.
- Putting it that way, of course, would have made it far more difficult to draw simplistic moral conclusions.
- Now, it is our submission that the conclusion which the trial judge drew based upon those inferences was a proper one and well open to him in the circumstances.
- I can see the reasoning, but don't think it draws clear enough distinctions.
- There is as much a need to remind the jury of the circumstances in which a proper inference may be drawn under section 34 as under section 35.
- Third, if a distinction is to be drawn between the law as it applies to packaging and to advertisements, precisely where does one end and the other begin?
- But there is a distinction to be drawn after you have proceedings on foot.
- Vessels drawing 22.5 feet of water have also come direct to the quay.
- A Viking ship typically drew only about three feet of water and they were experts at sailing on rivers.
3BritishSport Gamesempatarhacer tablasArsenal drew with Spurs — Arsenal empató con Spurs
- they drew three all — empataron a tres
4(take in air)(cigar/chimney) tirarthis pipe draws well/badly — esta pipa tira bien/mal
1(raffle)sorteo masculinea prize draw — un sorteo de premios
- when will the draw take place? — ¿cuándo se efectuará el sorteo?
(tie)empate masculinethe game ended in a draw — la partida acabó en tablas
3informal(attraction)gancho masculine informalatracción feminine
4US(on cigarette, pipe)chupada femininepitada feminine Latin Americacalada feminine Spain
5(of handgun)he had / was the fastest draw in Texas — era el pistolero más rápido de Texas
- to beat sb to the draw — sacar / desenfundar (la pistola) antes que algn
- to be quick on the draw — (with quip, retort) pescarlas al vuelo
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.