- ■ draw down
- ■ draw down
v. t. + avv.1 attirarsi (fig.); provocare: to draw down sb.'s anger on oneself, attirarsi le ire di q.; to draw down a lot of criticism, provocare (o attirarsi) molte critiche2 esaurire; utilizzare interamente: (fin.) to draw down gold reserves, esaurire le riserve auree; to draw down a line of credit, utilizzare interamente una linea di credito.
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draw down on something — ˌdraw sthˈdown (from sth) | ˌdraw ˈdown on sth derived (especially NAmE) (BrE usually draw) (finance) to take money from a fund that a bank, etc. has made available • … Useful english dictionary
draw|down — «DR DOWN», noun. 1. the lowering of a fluid level by pumping, as in a well. 2. the extent of such lowering. 3. U.S. a reduction; cutback: »In what may be the beginning of a worldwide drawdown, the President announced that 14,900 troops will be… … Useful english dictionary
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draw down — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms draw down : present tense I/you/we/they draw down he/she/it draws down present participle drawing down past tense drew down past participle drawn down business to reduce an amount of money by using it Some… … English dictionary
draw down (to)/drawdown — Reduce; amount that has been borrowed under a loan agreement. ► “In boom times, business adds to inventories at an increasing rate, which aids gross domestic product growth. But in recession, inventories start looking menacing. They are the… … American business jargon
draw down — /drɔ: daυn/ verb to draw money which is available under a credit agreement … Dictionary of banking and finance
draw down — transitive verb Date: 1949 to deplete by using or spending … New Collegiate Dictionary
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Draw down — An ISO term. An instruction to reduce the balance of the sender s account serviced by the receiver by a payment to the sender s account at another financial institution … International financial encyclopaedia
draw — [drɔː ǁ drɒː] verb drew PASTTENSE [druː] drawn PASTPART [drɔːn ǁ drɒːn] [transitive] BANKING 1. also draw out to take money from your bank account … Financial and business terms
draw something down from something — ˌdraw sthˈdown (from sth) | ˌdraw ˈdown on sth derived (especially NAmE) (BrE usually draw) (finance) to take money from a fund that a bank, etc. has made available • … Useful english dictionary