Draw in - definition, transcription

Amer.  |ˈdrɒ ɪn|
Brit.  |drɔː ɪn|


- pull inward or towards a center (syn: retract)
- direct toward itself or oneself by means of some psychological power or physical attributes (syn: attract, draw, pull)
- shape one's body into a curl (syn: curl)
- advance or converge on
- of trains; move into (a station)
- draw in as if by suction


If prices continue to rise, we shall have to draw in our spending even further.

It's your private quarrel, don't try to draw me in.

The days are drawing in now that it is autumn.

Close the curtains, the evening is drawing in.

The afternoon was drawing in and the water was choppy under the keen wind.

The train drew in (to the station) and all the passengers got off.

The bus drew in to let the cars pass.

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