the final result of a game or competition in which both teams or players have the same number of points [= tie]:
The match ended in a draw.
an occasion when someone or something is chosen by chance, especially the winning ticket in a lottery, or the teams who will play against each other in a competition:
England has been selected to play Germany in the draw for the first round of the World Cup.
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a competition in which people whose names or tickets are chosen by chance win money or prizes:
Congratulations! You have been entered into our £100,000 prize draw!
a performer, place, event etc that a lot of people come to see:
It is hoped that the new art gallery will be a big draw for visitors.
when you breathe in smoke from a cigarette [= drag]:
Maltravers took a long draw on his cigarette.