draw up

[drɔ ʌp]


  • to compose a document, a contract, a plan, etc.;
  • to complete a ride on a vehicle.

Examples 👇

Germany and Austria draw up plan to reopen border. The Local Germany

The Chinese city of Wuhan is drawing up plans to test its entire population of 11 million people for Covid-19, state media report. BBC News

City Manager Gary Bradley said he could draw up a resolution to that effect for action at the council's May 26 meeting. Canton Daily Ledger

Japan's Defense Ministry plans to draw up procedures in the event Self-Defense Force pilots encounter unidentified flying objects, or UFOs. NHK WORLD

Connecticut restaurant owners draw up plans to reopen. The Real Deal

Group Seven Junior Rugby League draw up plans to return to the field. South Coast Register

BCCI needs to draw up a compact and manageable plan to salvage its domestic cricket. Firstpost

TWF is pushing for nearly $40 million more to draw up a plan and implement new containment practices. WVLT.TV

US debt obligations and drawing up new trade policies, to make clear to China, and to everyone else, where they feel the responsibility lies. CNN

Government to draw up comprehensive strategy on appropriate price for farmers' produce. Special Correspondent. The Hindu

... many cities are tentatively preparing to ease lockdowns, but governments have a tricky balancing act as they draw up exit strategies. Net Newsledger

Building chiefs draw up 'Normandy' battle plan in joint-venture to get the industry back to work. Telegraph.co.uk