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be drawn against somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe drawn against somebodybe drawn against somebodyBritish EnglishDSO to be chosen by chance to play or compete against someone England have been drawn against France in next month’s game. draw
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be drawn against somebodyWindow shades were drawn against the afternoon sun and the light in the house had an amber cast.The curtains, so blue that they were almost black, were drawn against the view.
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