Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Drawing"

The meaning of "Drawing" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does go back to the drawing board mean?
A: @Ri-na begin again, start again...

It's from 'go back to the design and draw a new plan.'
Q: What does ‘ back to the drawing board’ mean?
A: It is said when your first solution fails, so you “go back to the drawing board” or think of something different. You start over or try to come up with new, better ideas.
Q: What does “I’m drawing a blank. “ mean?
A: if someone asks you a question and you should know the answer or used to know but are unable to think of it when asked.
Q: What does What do you enjoy most about drawing mean?
A: うん、「絵を描くことは、一番楽しいことは何だと思いますか?」って感じです!
Q: What does on a full-scale drawing mean?
A: For example, you're drawing a map of your city and the map has to have the same measure as the reality

Example sentences using "Drawing"

Q: Please show me example sentences with “Those drawing” which one is more exactly meaning for? “those drawing people?” or “those drawing things?”.
A: Ex: Those utensils are use for drawing, 'Those' is better use for things. For people you'll say "That group of people over there are artists, they like to draw"
Q: Please show me example sentences with drawing conclusions example.
A: It's too early to draw conclusions.
Stop drawing conclusions! We don't have enough evidence yet!
I've drawn several conclusions from our interactions.
Q: Please show me example sentences with drawing .
A:

I am drawing a picture. (Verb)

The children are drawing in art class.

There is a beautiful drawing on my paper. (Noun)

I really like that drawing.
Q: Please show me example sentences with go back to the drawing board.
A: That plan didn't work? Better go back to the drawing board.

Synonyms of "Drawing" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between i have been drawing landscapes for 5 years. and i have drawn landscapes (for 5 years.??) ?
A: In this particular example you've given, there is no practical difference between these two grammatical constructions.

Someone might say, "I have been drawing landscapes for 5 years" to emphasize the fact that they've done this activity, but otherwise these can be used interchangeably.

In the English language, we use more words than necessary when we are trying to emphasize a point.

Therefore, "I have been drawing" can seem to have more emphasis than simply saying "I have drawn."

Q: What is the difference between drawing and drafting in architecture field ?
A: The only one we don’t really say is ‘draft a draft’, although it’s possible.

Architectural drawings and designs are often called drafts, and the person who makes them is a draughtsman.
Q: What is the difference between i like drawing and i like to draw ?
A: It would be “I like to read” and “I like to study”, and yes, it is the same way with those words as well. It is your preference on whichever one you would like to say.
Q: What is the difference between drawing room and living room ?
A: Drawing room actually refers to a room that was common back during the Victorian age where people would entertain guests, play music, or learn about common school subjects.
Q: What is the difference between drawing and painting ?
A: drawing is usually done with pencils pens colored pencils markers crayons etc. painting is strictly just paint nothing else usually done with paint brushes

Translations of "Drawing"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? It would be so nice if drawing could came to life / sería tan bonito si los dibujos pudieran cobrar vida. / can you tell me a better way to say that?
A: It would be so nice if the drawing could come to life.
(This one you are wishing it was possible by including "could")

It would be so nice if the drawing came to life.
(This one, you are simply wishing it would happen.)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? drawing
A: draw, drawing
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 너의 그림은 언제나 따뜻함을 느끼게 해 (your drawing always makes me feel the warm heart.???)
A: Do you want to say that this person's drawings move you, they make you feel comforted? If yes, you could say "Your drawings always warm my heart"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? drawing laisens ke liye from kaha milega
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "drawing something to order" as artist's terms?
A: thanks.

Other questions about "Drawing"

Q: The technical drawing for the latest bicycle model is complete , but production/product will not begin until August.

both are nouns. but why should I use 'production'?? (production is the correct answer.)

help me ..
A: Production is 생산
Product is 제품/생산물

Production is the process of manufacturing something from components or materials.

Product is the result of that manufacturing. The thing that is being produced.

Q: I've been drawing picture since I was small. does this sound natural?
A: このままだと、小さい頃から今まで1枚の絵を描いているという意味になっちゃいます。
I've been drawing pictures since I was little. かもしくは、I have been drawing since I was little.
年齢のこと表したい時、little/young は使えますが、small は体が小さいという意味になりますから使えません。
Good luck!
Q: I will drawing once I am free in daily life
does this sound natural?
A: "I will draw once I'm free," sounds better.
Q: In this drawing, the right indicates the north of Japan, and the left indicates the south of Japan. does this sound natural?
A: I would include 'side' after 'right' and after 'left'. And I wouldn't say "drawing" rather "map". And "the north of" sounds a bit weird. I would say: On/In this map, the right side indicates the northern part of Japan and the left side indicates the the southern part of Japan. Or simply: On/In this map, Southern Japan is on the left and Northern Japan is on the right.
Q: I am grateful to you for drawing my attention to this nuance. does this sound natural?
A: It's perfect English, but very formal.

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