- draw something down from something
- (especially NAmE) (BrE usually draw) (finance) to take money from a fund that a bank, etc. has made available
The company has already drawn down €600 million of its €725 million credit line.
They can draw down on the loan at any time.related noun ↑drawdownMain entry: ↑drawderived
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