(third-person singular simple present draws up, present participle drawing up, simple past drew up, past participle drawn up)
- To compose a document, especially one having a standard form.
- I asked my lawyer to draw up a new will.
- To arrange in order or formation.
- Sergeant, please draw the men up in ranks of three.
- Cause to come to a halt.
- Draw up the carriage just around the corner!
- (intransitive) Come to a halt.
- The tractor drew up alongside the haystack.
- To withdraw upwards.