Deep-drew

deep-draw

[deep-draw]
verb (used with object), deep-drew, deep-drawn, deep-drawing. Metalworking.
to form (tubing, containers, etc.) by pulling strip or sheet metal between suitably formed and spaced dies. Compare cup ( def 22 ).

Origin:
1920–25

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