draw\ out

draw\ out
1. I
1) the train is drawing out поезд отходит
2) days begin to draw out дни начинают увеличиваться
2. III
1) draw out smth. /smth. out/ draw out a purse (a watch, a gun, etc.) вытащить кошелек и т.д.
2) draw out smth. /smth. out/ draw out information (the whole truth, etc.) добывать информацию и т.д.
3) draw out smth. /smth. out/ draw out a discussion (a speech, a meeting, a parting, suffering, etc.) затягивать обсуждение и т.д.
4) draw out smb. /smb. out/ I cannot draw her out я не могу вызвать ее на разговор /вытянуть из нее хоть слово, расшевелить ее/
3. XI
be drawn out the battle was drawn out бой затянулся; be drawn out in some manner the play (the third act, the tale, etc.) is terribly drawn out пьеса и т.д. очень затянута
4. XXI1
1) draw out smth. /smth. out/ from smth. draw out a handkerchief from one's pocket (a cigarette from the pack, one's revolver from the holster, etc.) вытаскивать носовой платок из кармана и т.д.
2) draw out smth. into smth. draw out heated metal into a wire тянуть проволоку из раскаленного металла; draw out the story (the subject) into three volumes растянуть повествование (тему) на три тома

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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