Detailed Translations for draw from English to Spanish


to draw verb (draws, drew, drawing)

  1. to draw (portray; depict; paint; sketch)
  2. to draw (delineate)
  3. to draw (drag along; pull; haul; lug)
  4. to draw (derive)
  5. to draw (close; shut)
  6. to draw
  7. to draw (scrabble; doodle; trace out; scrawl)
  8. to draw
    – To prepare a bill of exchange or a promissory note. 1

Conjugations for draw:

  1. draw
  2. draw
  3. draws
  4. draw
  5. draw
  6. draw
simple past
  1. drew
  2. drew
  3. drew
  4. drew
  5. drew
  6. drew
present perfect
  1. have drawn
  2. have drawn
  3. has drawn
  4. have drawn
  5. have drawn
  6. have drawn
past continuous
  1. was drawing
  2. were drawing
  3. was drawing
  4. were drawing
  5. were drawing
  6. were drawing
  1. shall draw
  2. will draw
  3. will draw
  4. shall draw
  5. will draw
  6. will draw
continuous present
  1. am drawing
  2. are drawing
  3. is drawing
  4. are drawing
  5. are drawing
  6. are drawing
  1. be drawn
  2. be drawn
  3. be drawn
  4. be drawn
  5. be drawn
  6. be drawn
  1. draw!
  2. let's draw!
  3. drew
  4. drawing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

draw [the ~] noun

  1. the draw (attraction)
    la atracción; la diversión
  2. the draw
    el sorteo; la rifa

Translation Matrix for draw:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
atacar affecting; assault; attack; attacking; defamation; impairing; imputation; injuring
atracción attraction; draw allurement; appeal; attraction; attractiveness; charm; delightfulness; enchantment; enticement; fascination; loveliness; lure; magnetism; notice; power of attraction; seductiveness; splendidness; temptation
atraer enticing; luring; tempting
cerrar blocking; closing
deber being forced to; being obliged to; duty; having to
diversión attraction; draw absentmindedness; amusement; banter; brightfulness; cheerfulness; distractedness; distraction; diversion; entertainment; folly; fun; good spirits; happiness; high jinks; hilarity; joking; joy; joyfulness; lightheartedness; lunacy; lust; madness; merriment; mirth; nonsense; passion; pleasure; relaxation; revelry; silliness; waggery
extraer draining; pull
pintar painting; portraying; staining
retratar painting; portraying
rifa draw gamble; lottery; raffle; redemption drawing; tombola
sorteo draw lottery; lottery draw; raffle
suceder happening; taking place
- attracter; attraction; attractor; draw play; draw poker; drawing card; haul; haulage; hook; hooking; lot; standoff; tie
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
acarrear drag along; draw; haul; lug; pull
arrastrar drag along; draw; haul; lug; pull bring up; drag; get through; haul; lug away; pull; pull up; raise; tow; trail; tug
atacar close; draw; shut assault; attack; besiege; challenge; contest; desecrate; dishonor; dishonour; dispute; force; lay violent hands upon; question; raid; rape; ravish; storm; strike; use force; violate
atraer draw drag; draw new members; entice; haul; lure; pull; pull towards oneself; recruit; tug
celebrar close; draw; shut be correct; celebrate; conclude; end; feast; finish; party
cerrar close; draw; shut be correct; bind; clearly define; click shut; close; close down; close tight; confine; cut back; define; demarcate; dismiss; drop; end; fence; fence in; fence off; fill in; fill up; lift-lock; limit; lock; map out; mark out; outline; partition off; plug; pull shut; pull to; put under seal; quell; reduce; screen; seal; shut; slam; stop up; switch off; tie up; trace out; turn off; turn out
cerrar con llave close; draw; shut be correct; click shut; close; lock; pull shut; pull to; shut
cerrar de golpe close; draw; shut click shut; close; pull shut; pull to; push closed; push shut; push to; shut; strike
cerrarse close; draw; shut become overgrown; click shut; close; pull shut; pull to; shut
concertar close; draw; shut conclude; correspond to; fit; harmonise; harmonize; match
concluir close; draw; shut bring to a close; bring to a conclusion; bring to an end; button up; come to an end; conclude; decide; deduce; deduct; end; finish; finish off; stop; supply with poles; terminate; wind up
cuadrar close; draw; shut button up
deber derive; draw be obliged to; ought to; owe; shall; should; will
dejar prestado derive; draw
dibujar delineate; depict; draw; paint; portray; sketch trace
extraer derive; draw alter; change; conceptualise; conceptualize; create; design; excerpt; extract; gain; get undone; interchange; invent; make; pull; pull out; switch; tap; transform; unpick; untie; vary
garabatear doodle; draw; scrabble; scrawl; trace out doodle; scrawl; scribble; whitewash
guardar close; draw; shut conserve; cover; don't let go of; fence in; fence off; guard; guard from; herd; hide away; hoard; hold; keep; keep and eye on; keep at home; keep up; keep watch over; lay up; lock up; look on; maintain; monitor; observe; patrol; pot; preserve; protect; put away; put in safety; put up; restrain; retain; safeguard; salvage; save; seclude; secure; separate; set apart; shield; stash away; stock; store; stuff away; supervise; tuck away; watch; watch over
importar close; draw; shut import
librar draw free; liberate; release; relieve someone of an obligation
pasar close; draw; shut arise; be on one's deathbed; blab; call at; call on; come past; come through; cross; decease; decline; deposit; die; drop by; elapse; expire; feed; go across; go by; go over; happen; happen to; look for; look up; move over; move past; occur; overtake; pass; pass away; pass on; pull over; remit; ride past; sail past; seek out; send; swipe; take place; tell; transfer; visit; walk across; walk past
pintar depict; draw; paint; portray; sketch advise; depict; describe; dye; impersonate; interpret; paint; personify; picture; portray; represent; suggest
prestar derive; draw allow; borrow; donate; give; grant credit; lend; lend out; loan; loan someone something; pawn
retratar depict; draw; paint; portray; sketch
sacar de derive; draw clear out; empty; extricate; lift out; pull out; take out
suceder close; draw; shut arise; comply; follow; happen; happen to; have room; heed; imitate; listen; obey; occur; pass; take place
tomar de derive; draw
- absorb; attract; cast; delineate; depict; describe; disembowel; drag; draw and quarter; draw in; draw off; eviscerate; force; get; get out; guide; imbibe; line; make; pass; puff; pull; pull back; pull in; pull out; quarter; reap; run; soak up; sop up; string; suck; suck up; take in; take out; take up; thread; tie; trace; withdraw
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- sketch

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Related Definitions for "draw":

  1. the act of drawing or hauling something2
  2. poker in which a player can discard cards and receive substitutes from the dealer2
    • he played only draw and stud2
  3. (American football) the quarterback moves back as if to pass and then hands the ball to the fullback who is running toward the line of scrimmage2
  4. a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer2
  5. a playing card or cards dealt or taken from the pack2
    • he got a pair of kings in the draw2
  6. anything (straws or pebbles etc.) taken or chosen at random2
    • the luck of the draw2
  7. the finish of a contest in which the score is tied and the winner is undecided2
    • the game ended in a draw2
  8. a gully that is shallower than a ravine2
  9. an entertainer who attracts large audiences2
  10. cause to localize at one point2
  11. flatten, stretch, or mold metal or glass, by rolling or by pulling it through a die or by stretching2
    • draw steel2
  12. remove the entrails of2
    • draw a chicken2
  13. steep; pass through a strainer2
    • draw pulp from the fruit2
  14. reduce the diameter of (a wire or metal rod) by pulling it through a die2
    • draw wire2
  15. contract2
  16. bring or lead someone to a certain action or condition2
    • She was drawn to despair2
    • The President refused to be drawn into delivering an ultimatum2
    • The session was drawn to a close2
  17. select or take in from a given group or region2
    • The participants in the experiment were drawn from a representative population2
  18. make, formulate, or derive in the mind2
    • I draw a line here2
    • draw a conclusion2
    • draw parallels2
  19. give a description of2
  20. choose at random2
    • draw a card2
  21. finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc.2
  22. suck in or take (air)2
    • draw a deep breath2
    • draw on a cigarette2
  23. pass over, across, or through2
  24. move or pull so as to cover or uncover something2
    • draw the shades2
    • draw the curtains2
  25. stretch back a bowstring (on an archer's bow)2
    • The archers were drawing their bows2
  26. thread on or as if on a string2
  27. cause to move by pulling2
    • draw a wagon2
  28. direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes2
  29. take in, also metaphorically2
  30. make a mark or lines on a surface2
    • draw a line2
  31. earn or achieve a base by being walked by the pitcher2
  32. engage in drawing2
    • He spent the day drawing in the garden2
  33. represent by making a drawing of, as with a pencil, chalk, etc. on a surface2
  34. write a legal document or paper2
    • The deed was drawn in the lawyer's office2
  35. elicit responses, such as objections, criticism, applause, etc.2
  36. take liquid out of a container or well2
  37. bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover2
    • draw a weapon2
  38. move or go steadily or gradually2
  39. cause to flow2
  40. cause to move in a certain direction by exerting a force upon, either physically or in an abstract sense2
  41. get or derive2
  42. remove (a commodity) from (a supply source)2
  43. pull (a person) apart with four horses tied to his extremities, so as to execute him2
    • in the old days, people were drawn and quartered for certain crimes2
  44. require a specified depth for floating2
    • This boat draws 70 inches2
  45. allow a draft2
    • This chimney draws very well2
  46. To prepare a bill of exchange or a promissory note.1

Wiktionary Translations for draw:

  1. poker: a situation where a player has four out of the five cards for a straight or flush
  2. tie as a result of a game
  1. cardgames: to take the top card of a deck into hand
  2. to end a game with neither side winning
  3. to rely on
  4. to deduce or infer
  5. to pull out
  6. to extract a liquid, or cause a liquid to come out
  7. to produce a picture

Cross Translation:
draw tablas RemisUnentschieden, bei Sportwettkämpfen und beim Schach
draw sorteo ZiehungErmittlung der Gewinner bei einer Lotterie durch Ziehen einzelner Lose oder durch automatisierte Zufallsauswahl der Gewinnzahlen
draw correr; mover rückenHilfsverb haben: die Position eines Gegenstandes verändern, ohne ihn hochzuheben
draw aceptar la responsabilidad; de; algo; asumir la responsabilidad verantwortlich zeichnenAmtssprache, verantwortlich zeichnen für etwas: die übertragene Verantwortung ausübend seine Unterschrift unter etwas setzen
draw delinear; dibujar zeichnen — (transitiv) eine bildliche Darstellung mittels Stift, Kohle, Kreide und Ähnlichem oder mittels stiftbasierter Eingabegeräte (Touchpens), virtuellem Stift beziehungsweise Mausklick vornehmlich in Linien und Strichen von etwas oder jemandem (künstlerisch) anfertigen, welche sich letztlich
draw tirar ziehen — mit Anwendung von Kraft auf sich zu bewegen
draw sacar; extraer ziehenZahn, Probe, Karte, Los: entnehmen
draw trazar ziehenStrich: malen, zeichnen
draw bajar; inclinar abaisser — Mettre en position plus basse, faire descendre, diminuer la hauteur.
draw atraer; seducir; cautivar allécher — (figuré) Attirer par le plaisir, par l’espérance, par la séduction, etc.
draw atraer; seducir; cautivar appâterattirer avec un appât.
draw atraer; cautivar attirertirer, faire venir à soi.
draw dibujar dessiner — Reeprésenter par un dessin
draw entrenar entraînertraîner avec soi, après soi.
draw empate match nul — (sport) pointage désignant une égalité entre deux opposants à la fin de la rencontre.
draw sacar; extraer puiser — Prendre de l’eau dans un puits, dans une rivière, à une source, etc.
draw solicitar; suplicar; atraer; seducir; cautivar solliciterinciter ou exciter à faire quelque chose.
draw estar en contacto; conmover touchermettre la main sur quelque chose.

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