English: draw

English verb 'draw' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to draw
Participle: drawn
Gerund: drawing

Indicative

Present

Idraw
youdraw
he;she;itdraws
wedraw
youdraw
theydraw

Perfect

Ihave drawn
youhave drawn
he;she;ithas drawn
wehave drawn
youhave drawn
theyhave drawn

Past

Idrew
youdrew
he;she;itdrew
wedrew
youdrew
theydrew

Pluperfect

Ihad drawn
youhad drawn
he;she;ithad drawn
wehad drawn
youhad drawn
theyhad drawn

Future

Iwill draw
youwill draw
he;she;itwill draw
wewill draw
youwill draw
theywill draw

Future perfect

Iwill have drawn
youwill have drawn
he;she;itwill have drawn
wewill have drawn
youwill have drawn
theywill have drawn

Subjunctive

Present

Idraw
youdraw
he;she;itdraw
wedraw
youdraw
theydraw

Perfect

Ihave drawn
youhave drawn
he;she;ithave drawn
wehave drawn
youhave drawn
theyhave drawn

Imperfect

Idrew
youdrew
he;she;itdrew
wedrew
youdrew
theydrew

Pluperfect

Ihad drawn
youhad drawn
he;she;ithad drawn
wehad drawn
youhad drawn
theyhad drawn

Conditional

Present

Iwould draw
youwould draw
he;she;itwould draw
wewould draw
youwould draw
theywould draw

Perfect

Iwould have drawn
youwould have drawn
he;she;itwould have drawn
wewould have drawn
youwould have drawn
theywould have drawn

Imperative

youdraw
weLet's draw
youdraw

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

Iam drawing
youare drawing
he;she;itis drawing
weare drawing
youare drawing
theyare drawing

Perfect

Ihave been drawing
youhave been drawing
he;she;ithas been drawing
wehave been drawing
youhave been drawing
theyhave been drawing

Past

Iwas drawing
youwere drawing
he;she;itwas drawing
wewere drawing
youwere drawing
theywere drawing

Pluperfect

Ihad been drawing
youhad been drawing
he;she;ithad been drawing
wehad been drawing
youhad been drawing
theyhad been drawing

Future

Iwill be drawing
youwill be drawing
he;she;itwill be drawing
wewill be drawing
youwill be drawing
theywill be drawing

Future perfect

Iwill have been drawing
youwill have been drawing
he;she;itwill have been drawing
wewill have been drawing
youwill have been drawing
theywill have been drawing

Conditional

Present

Iwould be drawing
youwould be drawing
he;she;itwould be drawing
wewould be drawing
youwould be drawing
theywould be drawing

Perfect

Iwould have been drawing
youwould have been drawing
he;she;itwould have been drawing
wewould have been drawing
youwould have been drawing
theywould have been drawing

Verbs conjugated like draw

draw, overdraw, redraw, withdraw,

Additional Information

Etymology

O.E. dragan "to drag, to draw" (class VI strong verb; past tense drog, pp. dragen), from P.Gmc. *draganan "carry," from PIE base *dhragh- (see drag). Sense of "make a line or figure" (by "drawing" a pencil across paper) is c.1200. Meaning "pull out a weapon" is c.1200. Colloquial n. sense of "anything that can draw a crowd" is from 1881 (the verb in this sense is 1586). To draw a criminal (drag him from a horse to place of execution) is from c.1330. To draw a blank "come up with nothing" (1825) is an allusion to a lottery. Drawback "hindrance, disadvantage" is from 1720; drawbridge is 14c. A drawer (1580) is a box that can be "drawn" out of a cabinet; drawers (1567) are garments that are pulled on. Drawing room (1642) is short for withdrawing room, into which ladies would go after dinner.