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drawer noun

ADJ. deep, shallow a desk with two deep drawers either side | open | locked | bottom, middle, top | kitchen | desk, dresser, dressing table | cash, cutlery, filing | secret

VERB + DRAWER open, pull open/out, slide open She pulled open the second drawer down to find the money had gone. | close, push in/shut, shut He pushed the drawer shut with a bang. | reach into She reached into the drawer and found the key to the safe. | go through, look through, ransack, rummage in/through What do you think you are doing, rummaging through my drawers?

PREP. from/out of a/the ~ She took the gun from the drawer. | in a/the ~ He put the letters in the drawer.