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'Plans have been drawn up' means 'Plans have been created'?



 
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'Plans have been drawn up' means 'Plans have been created'? #1 (permalink) Tue Jan 04, 2005 9:58 am   'Plans have been drawn up' means 'Plans have been created'?
 

Test No. incompl/advan-1 "Code of Practice", question 3

Plans have already been drawn ......... to deal with such situations.

(a) over
(b) through
(c) up
(d) into

Test No. incompl/advan-1 "Code of Practice", answer 3

Plans have already been drawn up to deal with such situations.

Correct answer: (c) up

Your answer was: incorrect
Plans have already been drawn through to deal with such situations.
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Hello teacher,

Please explain the meaning of drawn up

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Drawn up #2 (permalink) Tue Jan 04, 2005 10:11 am   Drawn up
 

Plans have been drawn up = plans have been created.

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