Does 'tegner' have two meanings like in English or just one and if so, which one?
Well, I'm Dutch and there are two different words that mean to draw. I don't really know how to explain, but you can use it as making a picture/painting or moving an object (maybe something like to pull?)
Never mind I think "drawing" has 3 meanings in English as well. Ex: "The object was drawing nearer" or "They are drawn together". The former=object is getting closer, and latter=brought together. Although the former is primarily found in literature, while the latter is somewhat colloquial.