drawn

drawn(
dran
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (haggard)
a. demacrado
The train arrived and off stepped hundreds of tired refugees with drawn faces.El tren llegó y se bajaron cientos de refugiados cansados con caras demacradas.
b. macilento
When he finally came to after his seven-hour operation, he looked drawn and barely alive.Cuando por fin se despertó después de la cirugía de siete horas, se veía macilento y apenas vivo.
c. ojeroso
Her normally joyous countenance had become drawn after her long night of studying.Su semblante normalmente alegre se había tornado ojeroso después de su larga noche de estudio.
2. (tied)
a. empatado
Neither team earns a bonus point in a drawn match.Con un partido empatado, ningún equipo gana un punto extra.
3. (culinary)
a. derretido
Would you like some lemon and drawn butter with your lobster?¿Quieres limón y mantequilla derretida con tu langosta?
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drawn
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (general)
a.
to look drawntener aspecto demacrado(a)
drawn featuresfacciones demacradas
drawn [drɔːn]
verb:participle:past
adjective
1 (haggard) (with tiredness) demacrado; ojeroso; (with pain) macilento
2 (with no winner) [+game] empatado
3 (prolonged)
long drawn out larguísimo; prolongado
4 (unsheathed)
with drawn sword con la espada en la mano
modifier
drawn butter (n) (US) mantequilla (f) derretida
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