A boxlike storage compartment without a lid, made to slide horizontally in and out of a desk, chest, or other piece of furniture
A person who draws something, in particular
A person who writes a check
A person who produces a drawing or design
a boxlike container in a piece of furniture; made so as to slide in and out
the person who writes a check or draft instructing the drawee to pay someone else
draftsman: an artist skilled at drawing
(drawers) underpants worn by men
A drawer is a box-shaped container that fits into a piece of furniture in such a way that it can be drawn out horizontally to access its contents.
The Jaquet-Droz automata, among all the numerous automata built by the Jaquet-Droz family, refer to three doll automata built between 1768 and 1774 by Pierre Jaquet-Droz, his son Henri-Louis and Jean-Frédéric Leschot: the musician, the draughtsman and the writer. ...
An open-topped box that can be slid in and out of the cabinet that contains it, used for storing clothing or other articles; Agent noun of draw; one who draws; An artist who primarily makes drawings; One who writes a bank draft, check/cheque, or promissory note; A barman; a man who draws the ...
(drawers) Long underpants; Any clothing covering the legs, such as shorts, trousers, underpants or breeches
(DRAWERS) nether garment worn by women in 16th century; men wore linen or hide drawers beginning in 17th century.
(Drawers (or underdrawers)) an article of clothing, worn as underwear by either males or females, which covered the individual from the waist down and usually covering the legs as well as, e.g., "on hot days his young boys would strip down to their drawers and jump into the pond to cool off."
(Drawers) It’s hard to know what you have in your kitchen drawers if everything is tossed in together — spoons, chop sticks and masking tape. Stop the madness! ...
(Drawers) a pant-like garment worn during the 19th century for modesty and warmth. Some drawers were split-leg, in that the crotch seam was left open
(drawers) The storage areas on the right side of the sim window. Click on the yellow tab on the right side of the sim window to hide or display the drawers. Click on a drawer or on its yellow tab to open it.
(drawers) an undergarment, shorts, for women made in two halves with an open crotch seam
(drawers) from 16th century on - male and female underpants usually made of linen (4)
Drawers are manufactured to size using high quality materials and high weight capacity ball bearing drawer slides. The drawer interior can painted black or lined with carpet or foam.
A drawer is a sliding extension to a panel that you can open or close from a drawer icon.
The individual or firm that issues or signs a draft and thus stands to receive payment of the stated amount from the drawee. Compare Drawee. Also see Draft.
The exporter, who draws the Bill of Exchange/draft which in itself is a claim for payment.
The person or corporation who writes a cheque or note for payment to a third party. In the case of a bill of exchange, the drawer is the creditor and is usually the payee.
A container view that slides open and closed at the bottom of another container view. Source: NUIG
An open top box or compartment for storage that slides in and out in a cabinet.
either a mining industry worker who moved mining carts, or a machine operator producing wire to make it suitable for use in the clock and watchmaking industries.
A person who orders a bank to withdraw money from an account to pay a designated person a specific sum according to the term of a bill, a check, or a draft. An individual who writes and signs a COMMERCIAL PAPER, thereby becoming obligated under its terms.
One who "draws" a draft, and receives payment. See "Draft."