Definition of 'drawer'
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So what does it mean for your underwear drawer? The Sun (2016)As usual, top drawer ingredients from this brand with the comforting scent of rose. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But don't leave their favourite childhood teddy glowering out from atop the chest of drawers. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Unsurprisingly, the shop grasped her point quickly and pulled out a drawer of suitably empowering finger candy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I found them underneath his underwear drawer. The Sun (2016)As temperatures drop, people are opening drawers and cupboards to find that their best woollen jumpers are full of holes. The Sun (2016)But City are just top drawer. The Sun (2016)I've considered buying some climbing rope and keeping it in my desk drawer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'd sit on the floor, pull the drawer open slowly. The Sun (2016)Just take a sneak peak in her underwear drawer at something you know she wears often. The Sun (2015)Most of us have got or written drawers full of them. Vanity Fair (1837)It has three cupboards and four drawers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Will almost certainly end up in the bottom drawer within a week. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We had a laugh about it and the man is top drawer. The Sun (2008)See if your dad has one in his sock drawer. The Sun (2012)This spring a splash of colour will add oomph to your knicker drawer. The Sun (2015)Instead she witnessed a chest of drawers sliding across the room. The Sun (2015)One pair built its nest in an open drawer in a table in an attic. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You could make a lucky find in a drawer you rarely open. The Sun (2011)But there was a drawer full of the proper sensible stuff. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Forget about finding the perfect drawers or cupboards. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These are all displayed in giant bottom drawers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The result is that some of the people he mixes with are not exactly top drawer. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He kept it in a sock drawer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The thing buried in the knicker drawer could end up on the coffee table. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But he managed to climb on to a chest of drawers pushed under a window. The Sun (2012)All my bits and pieces in my desk drawers were thrown out. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She ran downstairs as the raiders flung open drawers and sent furniture flying. The Sun (2008)There were so many things stuffed in drawers and boxes that we didn't know about. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I reached into the open cutlery drawer and pulled out the carving knife. Behind Closed Doors - advice for families with violence in the home (1988)The changing table had drawers. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'drawer'
British English: drawer /ˈdrɔːə/ NOUN
A drawer is a part of a desk or other piece of furniture that is shaped like a rectangular box. You pull it towards you to open it.
She opened her desk drawer and took out the book.
- American English: drawer
- Arabic: دُرْج
- Brazilian Portuguese: gaveta
- Chinese: 抽屉
- Croatian: ladica
- Czech: zásuvka nábytku
- Danish: skuffe
- Dutch: lade
- European Spanish: cajón
- Finnish: pöytälaatikko
- French: tiroir
- German: Schublade
- Greek: συρτάρι
- Italian: cassetto
- Japanese: 引き出し
- Korean: 서랍
- Norwegian: skuff
- Polish: szuflada
- European Portuguese: gaveta
- Romanian: sertar
- Russian: выдвижной ящик
- Spanish: cajón
- Swedish: låda
- Thai: ลิ้นชัก
- Turkish: çekmece
- Ukrainian: шухляда
- Vietnamese: ngăn kéo
Definition of drawer from the Collins English Dictionary
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