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drew

[ droo ]
/ dru /
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verb
simple past tense of draw.
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Other definitions for drew (2 of 2)

Drew
[ droo ]
/ dru /

noun
Charles Richard, 1904–50, U.S. physician: developer of blood-bank technique.
Daniel, 1797–1879, U.S. financier and capitalist.
John, 1827–62, U.S. actor, born in Ireland.
his son, John, 1853–1927, U.S. actor.
a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “trusty.”
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British Dictionary definitions for drew

drew
/ (druː) /

verb
the past tense of draw
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Medical definitions for drew

Drew
[ drōō ]
Charles Richard 1904-1950

American physician who developed in 1940 a method of efficiently preserving blood plasma for transfusion. He organized and directed blood-plasma programs in the United States and Great Britain, becoming head of the first American Red Cross Blood Bank in 1941.
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