draw up

draw up
draw up [vehicle] accostare, fermarsi; [boat] accostare; draw up [sth.], draw [sth.] up
1) redigere, preparare, stilare [contract, report, programme, proposals, questionnaire]; preparare, compilare [list]; preparare [plan]
2) (pull upwards) tirare su [bucket]
3) (bring) accostare, avvicinare [chair] (to a)
4) (gather up) tirare su [thread]; draw oneself up tirarsi su, drizzarsi
* * *
1) ((of a car etc) to stop: We drew up outside their house.) fermarsi
2) (to arrange in an acceptable form or order: They drew up the soldiers in line; The solicitor drew up a contract for them to sign.) allineare, schierare; stendere
3) (to move closer: Draw up a chair!) avvicinare, avvicinarsi
4) (to extend (oneself) into an upright position: He drew himself up to his full height.) alzarsi
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1. vt + adv
1) (formulate: will) redigere, (contract) stendere, (plans) formulare, (document) compilare

she drew up a list of priorities — compilò un elenco di priorità

2) (chair) avvicinare, (troops) schierare

to draw o.s. up (to one's full height) — raddrizzarsi (con tutta la persona)

2. vi + adv
(stop) arrestarsi, fermarsi

to draw up (beside sth/sb) — accostarsi (a qc/qn)

* * *
draw up [vehicle] accostare, fermarsi; [boat] accostare; draw up [sth.], draw [sth.] up
1) redigere, preparare, stilare [contract, report, programme, proposals, questionnaire]; preparare, compilare [list]; preparare [plan]
2) (pull upwards) tirare su [bucket]
3) (bring) accostare, avvicinare [chair] (to a)
4) (gather up) tirare su [thread]; draw oneself up tirarsi su, drizzarsi

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