draw up

This page is about the phrasal verb draw up.

Meaning: to prepare and write a plan, a contract, guidelines or a list of some sort

For example:

  • draw up sth We need our lawyer to draw up a new distrubution contract.

  • draw sth up Linda's proposal sounded good, so I told her draw it up and present it to the members.

Nouns often used as objects with draw up: contract, proposal, plan, guidelines, schedule, itinerary, timetable, list, budget

Quick Quiz:

Every year our club's treasurer draws up the annual

a. picnic

b. budget

c. general meeting

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Contributor: Matt Errey